Mr. P was an icon in my neighborhood. I lived on 4th and Cliff and he was right down the block. Always helping to fix my bike or let me put air in my tires. It was here I met his son Joey and we became friends. As I got older and was driving(poorly) Mr. P fixed up a few dents(some large & small) I created. I was a junior mason and he gave me a chance to build him a deck in his yard and a concrete closet at C&M to store paints. At his home he welcomed everyone. One of nicest people you could ever know and always doing something good for others. May you RIP Mr. P.