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Visitation

DiStasio Funeral Home Inc.
Wednesday April 29th, 2015
4:00pm - 8:00pm

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Funeral Mass

St. Mary's Church
Thursday April 30th, 2015
10:30am

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Paul E Wells

Paul E. Wells, 90, of Cattaraugus, New York passed April 26,2015

He was born December 20, 1924 in Persia, New York the son of Fred and Genevieve Wells.  Paul served in the Marines during World War II having attained the rank of Corporal and retired as a postal clerk for the US Postal Service.  

Devoted husband of Avis (Pennington) Wells; Loving brother of Helen Heide and Mary Matthews

He was preceded in death by his father Fred Wells, his mother Genevieve Bottom, his brother Charles Wells, and his sisters Laura Pritchard and Margaret Pritchard.

A mass of Christian burial will be held Thursday, 10:30AM at St. Mary’s Catholic Church 36 Washington St. Cattaraugus.  Burial will be in the Liberty Park Cemetery in Village of Cattaraugus.

 

 

 

 

 

 




Guestbook

Uncle Paul I will miss you so much. You were always so much fun to be around when I visited. You and Aunt Avis have always been so loving and kind to all of us kids. It's not going to be the same without you. I only wish you had hung on a little longer so I could have said goodbye in person. Love you Uncle Paul.

Karen Heide Milby Apr 28 2015 12:00 AM

Aunt Avis you are in our prayers, Uncle Paul will be missed very much, we are so sorry we were unable to get there , he was a very sweet man, and now God has a very special Angel with him.

Timothy and Janie Pritchard Apr 28 2015 12:00 AM

Uncle Paul will be missed by many. He was such a loving and fun person. I'm sorry I was unable to be there Aunt Avis.

Mary Ann Matthews Falcone Apr 28 2015 12:00 AM

Aunt Avis, Uncle Paul will indeed be missed. Many great memories were shared because of this great man. Here is one: it was on the hill in your yard that our daughter skied for the very first time 18 years ago at age 2, on my skis even... And, oh, the stories this man would tell. We love you Aunt Avis and we love Uncle Paul.

Mike Campbell Apr 28 2015 12:00 AM