Paul Stoller

Paul J. Stoller

Friday, April 10th, 1942 - Wednesday, July 29th, 2020
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PAUL J. STOLLER of Brooklyn, New York City, and Lexington Mass. Entered Eternal Rest July 29, 2020 to join his wife Sandra, the love of his life and constant companion at home and around the world. Paul was born in Brooklyn on April 10, 1942, to Helen and Louis Stoller.

Paul’s interest in the environment lead him to study Environmental Engineering at CCNY and SUNY at Stony Brook. He spent over 40 years consulting for governments to structure public/private partnerships. Paul was a Vice President and thirty-year employee at CDM Smith. Paul then did outside consulting with CDM Smith and with his own clients.

Paul engaged in providing practical, environmentally conscious programs for all types of technologies including water and wastewater treatment facilities, solid waste recycling, composting, land fill and waste-toenergy facilities and the purchase of electricity for all step of the above. He provided every step from proposals, though negotiations, construction, operation and service agreements throughout the United States and around the world.

Paul is survived by his many loving family members including his brother Dan, nephews Sam, Ted wife Andrea, grandniece Ariana, and many wonderful cousins, their spouses and offspring. He also leaves behind many local friends in Lexington, especially Gail who was at his bedside to comfort him daily.

Paul chose to be cremated and his cremains will remain at Goldman Funeral Chapel until such time as his wish to be scattered at sea can be safely accomplished. Paul and Sandra spent many great trips around the world, a few to name were India, Egypt and China. Paul left us with the knowledge that “since he had been with Sandra he never had a bad day”!
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Tom Parker

Posted at 02:02pm
I first met Paul in Taipei in the early 90's after he closed a deal on a Waste To Energy project. We celebrated that night!! He was incredibly gifted in combining his engineering and financial consulting expertise on so many large projects throughout the world. I always enjoyed my late night celebrations with Paul at SWANA events throughout the US. He will be missed. Condolences to his family and friends.

daniel Strobridge

Posted at 02:43pm
I worked with Paul since 1985. He was a friend, mentor, drinking buddy, and all around great guy. We had many good times developing procurement deals for public infrastructure. He had a fantastic mind and could think multiple steps into the future. He taught me many skills that helped me throughout my career . So sad to see him go. God bless you Paul.

Tony LoRe

Posted at 02:05pm
I worked with Paul for more than 25 years. He was a great mentor and friend. Paul possessed a unique mix of engineering, financial and legal knowledge that was unsurpassed in the field. I always enjoyed hearing about Paul and Sandy's travels around the world. Heather and I offer our sincere condolences to Paul's family and friends.

Bob Avallone

Posted at 10:52am
I have only known Paul for a couple of years. I met him as part of the Old Res poker group. My wife Jan and I had spent time with him at many of the Old Res events. He had become a good friend in a short time, We were shocked at his sudden passing. We will miss him.

Bob & Jan Avallone

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