Guest Book for Paul Roger Dion

Provided by South Coast Chapel Mortuary LLC.

Posted by: Muriel
Thu March 12, 2015
Paul why did you do this to me?  You have made me very sad.  

Love you,   Muriel

Posted by: Richard Turgeon
Thu March 12, 2015
My dear uncle Paul, I will miss you greatly. You were a man's man, and you taught me a lifetime worth of things, you were gruff but kind in so many ways. To the rest of my family, I wish you peace and happiness. Rick

Posted by: Michael
Thu March 12, 2015
Paul, I'll always remember you riding your motorcycle in the parades around New Bedford.  You're in my prayers.  May you rest in peace.

Posted by: Jean Armstrong
Thu March 12, 2015
Paul. I did not have the privilege of knowing you very long, but I will always remember your smile.  We will miss you at the Senior Center and the Bingo games.

I hope you have found peace.

Posted by: Bruce E. Speed
Thu March 12, 2015
I’m sorry for your loss Muriel. To a fellow Seaman -- “Fair Winds and Following Seas” Cousin Paul.

Bruce E. Speed

Posted by: robert rulison
Thu March 12, 2015
I have known Paul for most of my life. I have so many great memories of my time with him, hunting, fishing, on patrol as Rochester Police Officers, and just hanging out. It's difficult for me to comprehend that he is really gone. I considered him a brother. May he rest in peace.
  Gone, but not forgotten.
  A friend, Rabbit.

Posted by: barbara araujo
Fri March 13, 2015

Such terrible stunning news.  May the Lord embrace Paul in Heaven, and may the Lord give peace to Muriel and her remaining family.

Deepest condolences,
Barbara and David

Posted by: Paul Bisson
Fri March 13, 2015
Such a tragic ending to such a good hearted man whom we all loved and respected. Words cannot express how much you will be deeply missed my dear friend. You left me with years and years of wonderful, happy memories. Your smile and sense of humor will forever be cherished. Why you never shared your pain and trials with us is beyond me. There was nothing we wouldn't have done for you to get you beyond this. Our heart and prayers go out to Muriel at this time and may the Good Lord grant her peace. Rest in peace my dear friend and may God be with you always.

Posted by: diane rego
Sat March 14, 2015
My prayers are with you my friend, i'll miss you.

Posted by: Cathy Mendoza
Sat March 14, 2015
Our deepest sympathy to you, Muriel. Paul was very special to us, as you know. He was always so kind, generous, and willing to lend a hand no matter what. I will always remember him as a surrogate grandfather to Alex and Stephen. They adored him and are so heartbroken, as am I. Your brother was a gentle soul who will be remembered with love.

Posted by: Herb Souza
Sat March 14, 2015
Muriel, you have my deepest sympathies.  He had breakfast with Wilkie and I every morning. We had some great times hunting up in Maine together at Harry's camp.  I'll never forget that impish grin he always wore.  Paul, you never said good bye. You'll be sorely missed.

Posted by: Paul E Bonville
Sat March 14, 2015
Paul's family, thank you for sharing him with us! Paul brought us joy, happiness , and a friendship that will continue forever! We all shared a love for the FinFur&Feather club that knew no bounds! He was a role model, Friend, kind person who shared his knowledge Willingly. We shared many stories as he drove To the County league dinners. I am very happy to say that over approximately 20 years we helped each other and helped others. Paul you are know with other good friends, Gordon, Burt, Oscar & Rita, Gilly, Bill, George H, George B, George H, and many others. May you all Rest In Peace for your legacy lives on! Paul, may His face shine upon you! God Bless.

Posted by: Robert L. "Wilkie" Wilkinson
Mon March 16, 2015
  I'm very sorry for your lost. Breakfast just won't be the same. He trusted everyone and sometimes that trust hurt him. My you find peace and forgiveness someday.

Posted by: John and Liz Silva
Tue March 17, 2015
We are saddened to hear of this news... We loved his smile, and such a good person he was.. we will always remember him and miss him.  May God grant peace to you and your family.

Posted by: Pauline Dube
Tue March 17, 2015
My deepest sympathy to you, Muriel.  I will always remember his wonderful
smile and he will be missed by a great number of people.  Muriel, your road
ahead has just begun and my prayers go out to you at this time.

Posted by: David Peltier
Thu March 19, 2015
Murial, I am so sorry you lost Paul. He will never be forgotten. We have been friends for over 40 yrs. I will certainly miss him every day. Fishing with Paul were some of my best days. He was always so happy and never refused an opportunity to go. God bless him.

Posted by: Ken and Diane Halstead
Sat March 21, 2015
Our "bingo buddy".  You will be greatly missed.  We will always remember your infectious smile and laughter.  The world has lost a good man. May you rest in peace.

Posted by: Ray and Barbara deterra
Sun March 22, 2015
We have know Paul for a long time being his neighbor. We are heart broken over the loss of such a kind hearted man. May you RIP Paul.

Posted by: Sue Fernandes and Jim Monk
Thu March 26, 2015
Muriel, we are so sorry for your loss - he was a great guy. Although we were "new friends" of his from the FFF club we will miss his smile, kindness, sense of humor, and great stories. He made everyone feel special and was so generous with his time and "little gifts." We so wish we would have known of his problems - like everyone else, we would have been glad to help. His friends and family have suffered a great loss and the Fin, Fur and Feather Club will not be the same without him.

Posted by: Fin, Fur and Feather Club of Mattapoisett
Tue March 31, 2015
Even though many individual members have sent condolences we wanted to take this opportunity as a group to let you know how much Paul contributed to the Club and its membership. Paul was always present at Club functions either to contribute his skills, participate in a contest or just be there for support. He gave instructions and aid to any who asked and frequently sold items at way below their costs because he wanted to encourage people to get involved in archery, black powder, rifle, pistol and fishing. he was a true outdoorman who could regale everyone with his many stories. He lived life to the fullest and shared as much of himself as he could and he will be greatly missed by all

Posted by: Rick Medeiros
Sun April 05, 2015
Paul was a good and kind person I was lucky to be able to call him a friend I will miss him and I will pray for him.