Paul J. Ciccio
1955 - 2020
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– Paul J. Ciccio, 65, of Attleboro, passed away on Saturday, October 10, 2020 at the Sturdy
Memorial Hospital, Attleboro.

Born on March 6, 1955 in Boston, MA he was a son of the late Salvatore and Rose (Arrigo) Ciccio.
Paul resided in Attleboro. He was a graduate of New England Tech where he received his Associates

Paul enjoyed fishing, hunting and American Muscle Cars. He especially loved playing the drums for his
band, the Country Mile.

Paul is survived by his three children, John Ciccio and his wife Aliza of North Andover, Elizabeth Hefner
and her husband Michael of Pawtucket, RI and Michelle Leach of Seekonk; his grandchildren, Jacqueline
Leach, Abigail Leach and John Ciccio; his brother, Christopher J. Ciccio and his wife Brenda of Attleboro
and their children, Brielle and Bryant; his sister, Donna Bryant-Durand and her husband Kenneth of

He was the brother-in-law to the late Peter H. Bryant.

Funeral services will be held privately by the family.

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Published in Sun Chronicle on Oct. 17, 2020.
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October 24, 2020
My condolences, I grew up on Heritage Drive and stood on the corner of Hitchcock and Wilmarth streets waiting for the bus as I watched a gorgeous Gen1 red Camaro drive by each morning which was Paul.
I now have a 68 Camaro with a 327 because of Paul's car and the spark he created in my interest of muscle cars.
From the Bourgeois family now in NH and RI, our sincerest sympathies
Jerry Bourgeois (young Jerry that is).
Jerry Bourgeois
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