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Paul John Bielunis
1956 - 2021
Graham Funeral Home
18 Adams Street
Easthampton, MA
Paul John Bielunis, age 64, a life long resident of Hatfield, died on Friday evening February 26, 2021, surrounded by the love and comfort of his family at his residence after a period of failing health. He was born in Northampton, MA on September 17, 1956 and he was the son of Constance "Connie" Rita(Thibault) Bielunis and Adam Edward Bielunis.

Paul was educated in Hatfield Public Schools and graduated from Smith Academy with the class of 1975 and attended Greenfield Community College for a period of time. Paul worked for many years at Diamond RV in Hatfield as Recreational Vehicle Technician until his retirement. In the past he also worked for the National Felt Company in Easthampton.

For many years Paul served as a volunteer member of the Hatfield Fire Department and he enjoyed landscaping and watching Cowboy shows on TV. During his high school years at Smith Academy, Paul was member of the boy's varsity soccer and basketball teams.

Paul is survived by his parents; Connie and Adam Bielunis, loving children; Christy Bate and her husband Judd of Eliot, Maine, Jared Bielunis and his wife Brianna of Hatfield, Hilary Bielunis of Hatfield, and Alex Morris of Hatfield, six cherished grandchildren; Jacob, Eleanor, Cameron, Callie, Johnathan, Colby, sisters and brothers; Alan Bielunis and wife Pam of Richmond, NH, Judy Dunn and husband Bob of Goshen, Diane Talanca and husband Peter of Newton Falls, OH, Karen Pedruczny husband Leon of Hatfield and a multitude of extended family members and cherished friends.

Services for Paul will be private and at the convenience of the family. Memorials in Paul's name in lieu of flowers are requested to: Hatfield Donations, C/O Fire Department, 59 Main Street, Hatfield, MA. 01038

The GRAHAM FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES, 18 Adams Street, Easthampton has honorably and proudly been entrusted with providing for Paul's care and services. For online condolences, please visit
Published by Daily Hampshire Gazette on Mar. 3, 2021.
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Hi Paulie. Sorry, I know you hate that but it always did make you laugh anyway. Last I saw you was maybe 6 or 7 years ago riding your bike home from work in a pouring rain so I pulled over and made you let me drive you the rest of the way. Funny you didn't want to but I made you. I get it. Hadn't seen you in quite a few years but that 15 or 20 minutes was like no time had passed at all. We talked and laughed about the old days. Might have cried just a little too. You were Paulie, the Prince of Mischief, all over again. I will miss you my friend and classmate.
Curt Quinn
March 8, 2021
Karen so very sorry to you and family. Husband Wayne worked with Paul at the felt.
Wayne and Helen torrey
March 8, 2021
Karen, so sorry to hear of Paul's passing My condolences to you and the rest of his family. I always remember him of being that all-around good guy . He will be missed.
Jeff Lizek
March 5, 2021
Joanne and I send our condolences to Paul's family. We were always proud to say Paulie was a member of our Diamond RV family for all those years . Our thoughts and prayers go out to you all. God speed Paulie !
Marc LaBrecque
March 5, 2021
Sending our condolences to Paul’s family.
Karen (Omasta) Fitzgerald
March 4, 2021
Thoughts on Paul Bielunis:

I cannot think of ANYONE who was 'like' Paul!


Years ago while reading about Mt. Everest, a story was told about an Australian who summitted the peak without the help of Sherpa's, or oxygen...or any of the other necessary protocols to reach it. He simply hiked to the top, turned around and hiked down. THATS as close a person I can think of to match Paul. Paul could have done THAT!
He ran with a tireless long stride that didn't seem to affect him.
I remember doing sprints gasping for air, and Paul barely breaking a sweat, turning his head towards me, while seemingly casually sprinting, curious what the big deal was.

He drove his station wagon full (at LEAST 6 of us) to Ocean Beach Park, coolers of beer on board, screeching out his drivers window at passersby in downtown New London, arms crossed on the door, WHILE driving. AHHH
HAAAAA!!!(Super LOUD and high pitched like a siren).

Kind of nuts, but mostly kind!

He taught me that even the grizzle/fat on a steak was delicious to eat. (from our post Basketball season [email protected] Hatfield Club/Barn.)

Or how about his days on the muster team, where he would run UP the ladder like a squirrel?

Just a really unique human that we will never meet the likes of again.

At 63.5 years old, all will have lived 2 billion seconds since birth...while my contact with Paul was only really a FEW seconds relatively...they were a blast!

A true pleasure to have such wonderful memories of him.
Thank you Adam and Connie and Alan and Judy and Diane and Karen et al, for great memories from so long ago!

Chip Szych
March 4, 2021
To Connie, Adam, children and all. Please accept our deepest sympathy and condolences. Paul will be in out prayers.
Tom & Doreen Bassett
Richmond, KY
Tom Bassett
March 3, 2021
Paul had a heart of gold. He was so much fun. Never said a bad word about anyone. We all just try and be the best we can. May you fly with all the angels above.
Robert Szumowski, Jr.
March 3, 2021
Paul was a larger than life character. He was a hard worker, an amazing athlete, a team player and a classmate whose fun personality was contagious. He was friends with everyone. I’m proud to have known him. God Bless him.
John Filipek
March 3, 2021
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