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Paul A. Dechiario
Paul A. Dechiario of the Bronx New York passed away on September 13th 2021. He was 83 years old. Born in Manhattan to Joseph and Mary Dechiario, Paul was one of four children. He was raised in Manhattan while attending elementary school.
Paul loved watching all the old movies. Although he was intellectually challenged he had a great memory for movies and dates. He enjoyed family and always remembered everyones birthday. He could talk up a storm and loved having people visit him. In spite of his challenges he had a strong faith which his mother instilled in him at a very young age.
Paul will be remembered as one of the happiest people around. He never had a bad word to say about anything or anybody. He was very loving and will be missed by everyone who knew him.
Paul is survived by his brother Sebastian (Joy) Dechiario, his sister Maryann (Donald) Tucciariello, his many nieces, nephews and extended family.
A celebration of Pauls life will take place at the Pelham Funeral Home located at 64 Lincoln Avenue, Pelham, New York on Wednesday, September 15th from 4-8pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church located at 575 Fowler Avenue, Pelham Manor, New York on Thursday September 16th at 10:00am. Interment will be at St Raymonds Cemetery in the Bronx. For more information or to leave condolence please visit www.pelhamfuneral.com
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My sympathy on the passing of your brother, Joy. He sounds like a wonderful man. Sincerely, Maryl Turchi
Maryl Turchi Sep 17 2021 8:43 AM
The world was a better place having Paul be a part of it. Genuine, loving, funny, laughter, many many friends and the happy wanderer. Paul will be missed. My brother said something today, that reminded me of Paul. Paul had told me that he lost so much weight that he had to make his belt tighter so his pants would stay up. Donnie said almost the same thing and it brought me back to that day at West Point.
Laura Abbate Sep 13 2021 8:15 PM