Paul Albert Funk
1945 ∼ 2020
Kena rogers of Rocky mount North Carolina wrote:
To the funk family so sorry for your loss. He will be missed
Eduardo J MacDonald of Brewster wrote:
I didn't really know Mr. Funk that well, but the people who I knew that knew and/or worked with him had nothing but good things to say about him. He made a difference! My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends who are hurting and saddened by his loss and because they are and will continue to miss him dearly!
Bob McArdle of Woburn wrote:
I was so very sad to hear about Paul, I had the opportunity to work along side him in Woburn and the pleasure of his friendship for many years. I was also very fortunate to work with his wife Marie in Stoneham they were both committed compassionate professionals. I looked forward to seeing Paul every year at the Paul Andrews Institute each summer and when I did he would fill me in on his children and his many grandchildren, he was so very proud of each of you. My deepest sympathy to his family and his children.
Patricia Grenier of Orleans wrote:
To Paul's Beloved Family, The years that I spent working with Paul were filled with laughter, joy, creative work and respect. He was an outstanding colleague and a truly kind man. His passing will be such a loss to his beautiful family - that he loved so very much. My thoughts are with you. Patti Grenier
Paul Swartzwelder of Yarrmouth MA wrote:
Paul and Heather Jean and Paul So sorry to learn of the passing of Skip. Thoughts and prayers to you and your families. Deepest condolences, Paul and Jeanne
Beth Needel of Mashpee, MA wrote:
I am so sorry for your loss. I only had the pleasure of working with Paul for two years and he was kind and helpful whenever I had a question or problem. He will be missed here in Mashpee.
Doug Stead of Parkton, MD wrote:
Paul-So sorry to hear about your Dad. Had no idea he was ill. Only met him a couple times but know how proud he was of you and how much he loves his grandkids. Appreciate all the time you spent with my dad over the years and know you will greatly miss spending time with yours
Jamie & Kevin Meeker of Andover Ma wrote:
We are so very sorry for the loss of such a wonderful man. We will never forget him and will especially remember him on the 4th of July!❤️ Sending lots of love.
Michael McGreal of Swampscott MA wrote:
God Bless you my friend!!! May you Rest In Peace!!!
Roger Young of Sagamore Beach MA wrote:
Paul was a trusting friend, steady colleague and skilled mentor- I will always be grateful for his commitment to education and support
Anastasia Welsh Perrino of SOUTH DENNIS wrote:
Dear Paul and Family, We are very sorry for the loss of your Father. We are thinking of you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Anastasia Welsh Perrino and Family
Bill Burkhead of Plymouth wrote:
I have the utmost respect for Paul Senior and his 51 years dedicated to education. I was fortunate to meet him a few years back and will remember our talks about education, football and life. The football talks were usually about DY football :) - Thoughts and prayers to Paul's family.
Chris Brenner of West Dennis, MA wrote:
Fair winds and following seas, shipmate. Rest in peace, Paul.
walter radulski of lynnfield, ma wrote:
Paul and Jean, very sorry to hear about your dad. Lot of great memories with your family.
Gregory Rush of Wakefield wrote:
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Funk Family. Greg & Michelle Rush
Ellie Freedman of East Dennis, MA wrote:
My late husband Joe Casey and I had the pleasure of knowing Paul and Marie in both professional and social contexts. Our visits to their home on the Cape definitely influenced our desire to relocate there from Wakefield. Sincere condolences to the entire family.
Mary Walsh of SanDiego CA wrote:
Prayers for the Funk Family. Always enjoyed Paul and Marie, especially at the Business Managers conferences yearly at Cape! Always had a good laugh! Great guy!
Richard J Hoffmann of BREWSTER wrote:
So sorry for your loss. Paul was such a wonderful, gentle, happy man. I so enjoyed working with him as a member of the Cape Tech School Committee. I was Superintendent of the Nauset Regional Schools retiring in 2015 and Paul and I always had some fun "behind the scenes" stories to share. I will miss his warm smile and laughter but won't ever forget him as a talented colleague! RIP Doc (his friendly nickname for me).
Bill Hurley of Lexington, Ma wrote:
Paul’s was a life well lived. Paul cherished his family. For me he was a loyal,loving friend. He was warm, funny, welcoming, and a master story teller. He was a. great host and being with him made you feel good.That was his gift to us. I am fortunate to have had him in my life.
Spanky Demanche of Centerville wrote:
Paul, My condolences to you and your family. I just lost my mom recently so I do have a sense of what you are going through. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Spanky
Tom Lopez of Sudbury, MA wrote:
Paul was one in a million, always had a big smile on his face, always will to talk about his family, and always willing to talk football. We would joke about bus and transportation issues in Sudbury for hours. A terrific man who will be dearly missed by many. My sincere condolences.
Tony Gonnella of Apex wrote:
My prayers and thoughts are with the family, thinking about you all
Linda M. Sorrentino DeBenedictis of 177 Central Avenue, Needham, MA 02494 wrote:
Janet & I went to Wakefield High School with Paul and he also lived in the same neighborhood as Janet & I. His mother and father were friends with my parents and attended many church functions together. Paul was a great guy and very friendly. He will be missed.
John and Mona Antonuzzo of Truro, MA wrote:
Dear Paul, Heather and Family. My wife and I send sincere condolences on the recent loss of Paul's father. My wife and I know what it like to both lose a father and know it is not an easy time for you now. Paul had lived an amazing life of 51 years in public education and the people he inspired in his 22 years as an educator is immense. I am sure someone owes a lot of who they are today to Paul's father's tutelage. Paul will live on not only in your thoughts, but in the memories of those he helped inspire too. God Bless.
Richard and Lucy Dominguez of West Harwich wrote:
WIth our deepest sympathy to the Funk family, Lucy and Richard Dominguez
Jason Moniz of Mashpee wrote:
I met Paul 20 years ago because of his boat! He was a great guy and became a great friend You will be missed.
Gary Hawkes of Wakefield, MA wrote:
My sincerest best wishes to the Funk family. I knew Paul ( Skippy) as a coworker for Crystal Pharmacy in Greenwood way back in the early 1960s. Lots of good memories.
Darlene Phelan of Mashpee, MA wrote:
Dear Funk Family, I have had the privilege of working with your dad for many years. The Mashpee Superintendents Paul will forever be in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Michael Looney of Centerville, Ma. wrote:
To Betsy and the Funk family, I have always valued the personal and professional conversations Paul and I have shared over the years. He loved talking about his family and how proud he was of everyone. I will miss Paul dearly as he truly was one of the most genuine souls I have had the pleasure to know.
Kevin Thomas Plodzik of Concord, Massachusetts wrote:
My condolences go forth to the members of the Funk Family. I enjoyed a distinct privilege of working with Paul for a considerable length of time in the Sudbury Public Schools. Consistently he was committed to what we were all about, and doing so in collaboration with those of us who had expanded responsibilities. His quality manner of approach - cannot diminish his humor ! -combined with his evident skills made him a true delight with whom to plan and carry out tasks. May he now know - deservedly -the rewards of a life thus lived. So be it. And may all of you come to know an abiding peace, for in its own time and pacing it will be yours. Cordially, Kevin Thomas Plodzik
Rita Skog of holliston wrote:
Paul and Jeannie, I am so sorry for your loss. Last time I spoke to your dad was end of May. We had a long conversation and planned to go to lunch when the pandemic was over. I became ill and lost track of him over the summer. He was a great friend to me. Always sharing grandchildren stories. with love Rita 508-298-4343
Cathy Loyko of Mashpee wrote:
Thanks Paulie for all you taught me about busing. I’ll always remember you saying “you call we haul” We will all miss you. Forever in my memories