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Paul Walter Consentino

San Jose, California

1936 - 2020

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Paul Walter ConsentinoJune 3, 1936 - July 31, 2020Resident of San JosePaul Walter Consentino was born at home in Methuen, MA on June 3, 1936 to Santo J and Stella Consentino. His family moved to Menlo Park CA in 1951. He was a long time resident of the Bay Area, living in Willow Glen, San Jose...

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Nancy, I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. Ed just told me. I always loved seeing Paul. He turned me on to Puttanesca at Ballagio, and Les and I bumped into him at Gunther's occasionally B.C. (before COVID). Paul was always jovial and smiling. We will always hold him high in our hearts. Blessings to you and your family.

Paul was one of my father's best friends for decades in Rotary, those boys had great times together at your place in South Lake Tahoe. Paul was one of the most likable, friendly, genuine old school guys from the greatest generation. Sorry for your loss. Fred Lester

Paul, you were always so full of life, you loved living. You made people happy when they were around you. I will keep you in my heart forever.
I will remember when you would introduce me as your baby sister when I was 50. It was a little embarrassing.
The one thing that has always been so special to me and always will be, is when you called me Joanie.
You would call me on the phone and I would here Joanieeee. This will stick in my head always. I can hear you say it...

Always a joyous man with a wonderful smile and a big hug! He had a lovely gift of making every one feel special. Rest In Peace Paul....

Paul was a close friend to our family for many years. I have many memories of his family and the Rocco Genovese families coming up to our cabin for fun times. There would be big crawdad feasts with our catches from the river. Always laughter when our families were together. Paul was a sweet man, and I am so sorry for your loss. My parents,(Pete and Josie), Rocco and Joy, and Paul and Karen, party again together. Nancy, I am so sorry for you loss. How lucky for Paul to have found you, and...

My friend for more then 30ty years. I will miss him ! He was a kind and generous and loyal friend. My wife Louise and I had the pleasure of many dinners and travels with him.

Grandpa was a true gem, such a dapper gentleman. He always had a warm hug and a joke, I'll miss seeing him at the office, love that he never minded that I called him Grampa. Pauline