Paul A. Belisle
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Paul A. Belisle, 65, of Chicopee, passed away peacefully at home on February 24, 2021. Son of the late Richard and Theresa (Schunemann) Belisle of Ludlow, MA, Paul was a graduate of Ludlow High School and worked for a number of companies throughout Western Mass over the years including Friendly’s, State Auto Trim, Smith and Wesson, Red Barn Speed, and the Eastern States Exposition. In addition to his parents and grandparents, Paul is predeceased by his brother Raymond Belisle of Ludlow. Paul leaves behind his sister Danette Chorney and husband Chris of Meriden, CT, and also leaves many loving extended family members and friends. Burial will be private and at the discretion of the family and Ludlow Funeral Home has been entrusted with his arrangements. Paul’s family has asked that memorial donations be made in his memory to: New England Motorcycle Museum, 200 West Main Street, Vernon Rockville CT. Please visit Ludlowfuneralhome.com for additional information.


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Published in The Republican from Feb. 26 to Feb. 27, 2021.
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March 5, 2021
Paul was always a really decent guy and a good friend.
I remember riding around in his souped-up Chevy van that everybody was jealous of.
And talk about somebody who could ride a motorcycle, many hours spent riding out in the woods in the trails. going to miss you Paul.
bill stoner
Friend
February 28, 2021
Paul man or as I would call you "Big Bad Paul" , when I was growing up you were the coolest cat around. Rest in peace my friend

Murel Gover
Murel Gover
Friend
February 27, 2021
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Jon Boucher
Friend
February 27, 2021
It’s been many many years since I seen Paul. But I have very many membranes as a teenager. May the family find peace in their hearts and souls. My sincere condolences. Rest in peace Paul
Cindy
Friend
February 27, 2021
Paul worked for me at the Ludlow Friendly. He was a really nice kid and very dependable. I remember a funny story about him: Paul was dating a girl who lived in a mobile home in Belchertown. One day, he seemed a little sad; When I asked him if anything was going on, he replied that he went to see the girl and her home was gone. He then vowed to never date any girls whose homes were on wheels.
Rest in peace Paul, You left too soon.
John Sullivan
Acquaintance
February 26, 2021
I worked with Paul at Tower Square and enjoyed having lunch together and breaks. He had a great personality and was always helpful when needed. My condolences to his family.
Michael Sheehan
Coworker
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