Slowly realizing that Paul is no longer among us makes me incredibly sad. I was honored to work with him for many years on Sennheiser’s Executive Team and Management Board, back in those days. Customers, the industry and everybody in the organization could then feel what was called the “Sennheiser-Spirit”, and Paul was certainly one of the people who created that special sense of togetherness as a team and as a global company. It almost felt like family.
Working together through good times as well as pretty tough periods, Paul was the one to always openly share his insights and perspective. As much as he was able fight hard in those endless cookie-nights around budget, when the only food available was sweets, he was able to settle for a good solution and support it, once the discussion was over. His emphasis on the joint effort and on being successful together was an important part of the magic glue that kept the team together. So, I am thinking of him with the greatest respect. He was a very important person in my life and -after all- a friend. The wonderful memories of singing together late at night bring back the great moments of passion and togetherness
–and yes-, Angels…
As many others I am missing him badly and his passing feels completely wrong to me. My thoughts and hopes are with Sue and the family, may you find peace and strength to go through this.
Sincere condolences from