Paul Winiatowski

Paul J. "Pauly" Winiatowski

Wednesday, October 28th, 1964 - Sunday, November 8th, 2020
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Paul J. Winiatowski, “Pauly” age 56 of North Tonawanda died unexpectedly on November 8, 2020. Beloved son of Beverly Winiatowski and the late Frank Winiatowski. Dear brother of Lisa M. Dwyer, and Julie (Daniel) Zellner. Uncle of Jonathan Dwyer, Carla Duchnick (Jason Haskell), Rhonda Van Cleve (Jason), Great Uncle of Harper Haskell, Melina Printup-Haskell.

Paul was loved by many friends. He had a great personality and was known and will be missed by many.
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Barb Saleh

Posted at 11:54pm
I first met you when you dated my sister, and for years I was friends with your sister, last time I seen you you came in the kitchen to say Hi to me. You were a good friend to my son Adam, and I hope you are together now . Blessings to you and your family. I am so sorry for your mother Bev, as I know what it is to lose a son.

Elisabeth Zeis

Posted at 02:55pm
Pauly!!! The nicest man with the biggest heart. You made every shift i worked-memorable. Your jokes without a doubt brought a big cheesy smile on my face! I’m glad I got to see you on your birthday my good buddy. You cared so much about Danny and so many others around you. You’re a legend in my eyes Sir Pauly. I hope you finally get everything you’ve ever wanted and then some!! I will miss seeing you riding along side of the road and me being able to scream I love you out the window!!!! ❤️ Over and out -SCS. Rest In Peace sweetheart. 😓

Colleen Mary Summerville

Posted at 02:24pm
Dear Pauly, I am so saddened that you are gone, I trust in God's graciousness and pray you are at peace in his arms.....
My sincere condolences to Bev, Julie, Lisa, and my husband Danny,
I can still hear Pauly's voice saying "Hey Colleen", and it is very heartbreaking to me. He would do anything for Danny, and was always there to help me too. We spent a LOT of fun moments together, and laughed over the silliest things. Pauly wasn't a big fan of the holidays, but he came to our home for Thanksgiving and Christmas, and was part of our family. The one thing that stands out to me the most is how devoted he was to my husband Dan, he loved him like a brother and trusted him completely. I will miss you Pauly, and you will remain forever in my heart.

Daniel Summerville

Posted at 11:01am
My cousin/ little brother.
We have been in constant contact over the last 40 years ..,
Always available to lend me a hand
I’m heartbroken...

Colleen Mary Summerville Posted at 02:09pm

My darling husband, he always said he loved you like a brother and you were his best friend. We will miss Paul immensely.

Gregory Gillis

Posted at 07:25pm
Paul was a good guy. He knew everyone, had an infectionous, laugh, a thousand stories and hundreds of jokes. He was a bit ocd and was compelled to pick up all the sticks in our yard whenever he visited. He loved his Harley he inherited from his friend in Canandaigua. He had a vast knowledge of little known facts and trivia. You left too soon pal, Greg Gillis.

Lisa Dwyer Posted at 08:10pm

I loved my brother and one of the last things I told him on a text , is I love you and Im so glad I did. He was my goomba many years ago in our early years and I wish he just knew how many people truly cared for him. RIP my little brother, Pauly Wog. Until we meet again someday. Say hi to "Joe" for me.

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