Paul Bussiere

Born: Fri., Jul. 28, 1967
Died: Mon., Nov. 21, 2016


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Paul Bussiere, 49, of Easthampton, MA died Nov 21, 2016 in his home. He was born in Holyoke on July 28, 1967, the son of Henry and Doris (Kudla) Bussiere.  He attended schools in Holyoke and Westhampton and was a graduate of Hampshire Regional H.S. He was employed in the Food Service Industry for many years.
Besides his parents, Paul is survived by a daughter Sydney Bussiere of MA,  his wife Sonia (Rodriguez) Bussiere of CT, a former wife Heather Vova and their children Quinlyn and Zaidyn of S.C.  and his caregiver and special friend, Linda Quinn of Easthampton.

Funeral arrangements will be private. 

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Louise & Bob Anderson
   Posted Sun November 27, 2016
We were so sorry to hear about Paul.
We can feel your pain at your loss. Life wasn't easy for Paul.
He never found peace though he kept trying. Life can be difficult.
Perhaps he is at rest and has found that peace at last.
My heart breaks for Doris and Hank, his parents. They only wanted the best for him always.
I didn't know Sonia, his wife very well. I heard much about her from Paul's
parents. They only had wonderful things to say about her. I am sorry
for her loss as well.
I hope and pray that time heals some of the pain. You are in my prayers Paul. Louise & Bob

Bob Bussiere
   Posted Mon November 28, 2016
Dear Doris and Hank,

We were saddened to hear about the death of your son, and my nephew, Paul. In this difficult time Pris and I want to let you know that we open our hearts to you and share your grief over the loss of Paul. Though not often said enough, we love you both very much and hope that you are comforted to know that your family is here for you.

Our Deepest Condolences,
Bob and Pris

Lenore Anderson
   Posted Mon November 28, 2016
Blessings of light and love and peace within to Paul. I send my love out to his parents Hank & Doris, may all the wonderful qualities of Paul be in your hearts in a loving and peaceful memory.

Sonia Roche
   Posted Wed November 30, 2016

Words could never explain the hurt I feel in my heart. You were more then just my stepfather you were my best friend. Who will I call now when I am losing my mind??? You never said we were your step children or step grandkids. We were your children. I think of you so much and wish you were here so we can say good bye,, you are missed so much already. That void we feel will never be replaced. Rest easy.. Until we meet again..

Love you always,

Taylah (grand-daughter)

Conie Blake
   Posted Thu December 01, 2016
Just learning about this way of expressing my condolences. Dear Hank, Doris and all those who knew Paul - so sorry to hear of Paul's passing. I was glad to hear that he had a special friend, Linda Quinn, as company thru the last year's of his life. As his Godmother, I don't know what happened there. Paul, wherever you are right now, you were (are) definitely loved. May the Light of God surround you all.

Cheryl Hewes Cranston
   Posted Thu December 01, 2016
I was very sad to hear of Paul's passing. He was my 1st "real" boyfriend and we went to prom together and graduated from high school together. Although we lost touch throughout the years, we did find each other on facebook a couple of years ago it was nice to catch up. I am truly sorry for the loss of your son, husband, father, and grandfather. May you rest in peace. You will always be in my memories

Elaine Tetreault
   Posted Thu December 01, 2016
So sorry for your loss. I can't imagine what it would be like to lose a child.
I remember Paul when we all used to gather at My mother and fathers home on various occasions. Although I hadn't seen Paul recently I remember him as being a likeable and intelligent boy. I will remember him
in my prayers as will my family.

Mark Anderson
   Posted Thu December 29, 2016
I'm so sorry for your loss dear Uncle Hank and Aunt Doris.
Wish things could have been different. I wish life was easier for
everyone. I will remember Paul for all the good things in his life.
Those are the things we should remember.

ken Collamore
   Posted Mon January 02, 2017
Mr & Mrs Bussiere,

I just heard about Paul. Our time together as friends was brief and long ago. But I vividly recall many good memories from skate boarding in your Belvidere Ave driveway to building things with the large bag of orange wood tiles and glue in your basement.
We lost touch after you moved but memories outlast time and space. I only hope you two find peace and warmth in the memories.

Ken Collamore

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