Paul Alexander Norloff

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Paul Alexander Norloff died on Friday, September 19, 2008. He is survived by his wife Millicent Scott Norloff; children Christopher S. Norloff, Peter L. Norloff, & Melissa N. Wagner; eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild; & brother Robert Norloff.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Pete, Chris, Mathew and Amanda. My sympathy on your loss of Paul. The sad part of life is that it is so short and with each death there is a loss of so much history.

  2. Paul and Millicent must have been good parents; they raised good kids. Condolences to Millicent and the family.

  3. Pete, Chris, Mathew and Amanda, Please accept my deepest condolences in the passing of your father and grandfather. I know that his spirit lives on today in all of you and in all of the people that he has touched. He will be missed by all.

  4. Pete, Chris, Matthew and Amanda. Ann and I were saddened to hear of your loss. Our condolences to your entire family.

  5. When you lose your parents, it makes you realize just how fragile life is. We are very sorry that your hearts now know the pain of losing a parent. And, we wish Pete, Chris, Mathew, Amanda and the rest of the Norloff family comfort as they remember all of the love and memories they shared with him.

  6. Mill, Chris, Peter, and Melissa: Susan and I share your loss. Paul was a great friend for many years, both at the Commerce department, and in the sailing arena, racing Thistles against each other, and running PRSA for several years. We shared many wonderful times, including hours of friendly discussion on practically every topic under the sun. Paul was a very special individual, and he will be missed by us all. Peter and Susan Hale

  7. To Millie and Paul Millie is my cousin (whom I’ve not met yet) and we’ve planned for years to get together. Paul, I’m sorry that visit didn’t happen, but I feel as though I know you and your special family.Your son Peter did extraordinary genealogical research on the Scott family about 20 years ago.and I’m trying to continue that project. You’ve left a wonderful legacy and love for Millie and your children and grandchildren. A salute to you. Martine and Dick Scott, Ridgewood, NJ.

  8. Pete, Matt and Mandy, My deepest and most heartfelt prayers are with you and your family during these difficult days. One thing I learned when my Mom died is that God’s timing is always perfect. Love, Nancy

  9. To everyone that is missing Paul Norloff: our thoughts are with you, take comfort in the memories that you have of him. To Grandma and Chris: thank you for giving us the chance to know such a wonderful person, and for letting us briefly experience a truly loving grandfather. Love, Morgan and Stuart

  10. Dear Mil: I loved Paul – loved his sense of humor, his personal style, his grace under pressure, and his willingness to share remembrances of places he and you had been and people met along the way. Many of the lessons I learned from working with him my early years remain alive in me today. I was honored to have shared some of his life. My deepest sympathies to you and your extended family, who I know Paul loved so much! All my best and Hugs, Brenda

  11. Paul will be greatly missed when we stop by for a visit at 430 Ayr Hill Ave. You are in our thoughts and nightly prayers. Dear Mill, so sorry, we will not be with you. Sending lots of hugs and love for all the family we have come to know and love over the many years – a cherished friendship.

  12. Millie, I was saddened at the news of Paul’s passing. He was one of a kind and my life was richer for having known him. Please know that you, Paul and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless +

  13. Pete, Chris, Matt and Amanda: I’m very sorry to hear the news about Paul. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Maria

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