Paul C. Platino

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Paul C. Platino, age 67, of Beacon Falls, passed away at his home on January 21, 2018. Paul was born in New Haven on July 18, 1950 the son of Quinta (DaVia) Platino Raccio of Hamden and the late Charles Platino. A resident of Hamden most of his life, he was a retired electronics repairman. He is also survived by his sister Carla Pascarella and his brother-in-law Ronald Barthel of Hamden; grand-niece Haley Pascarella and grand-nephew Eric Pascarella, both of North Haven; his beloved dog Marlo, and many cousins, including Donald Proto of Cheshire, who deserves a special thanks for all he has done for Paul. He was predeceased by his nephew Eric C. Pascarella. Funeral was private.

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  1. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Paul. He was a great friend and mentor. We enjoyed good times when he lived here in Colorado. He will be truly missed. A very kind and gentle soul.

  2. So very sorry to hear about Paul. I had not seen him for many years but remember Paul as someone who could assemble, build or fix anything!

  3. To Carla, Ron and Aunt Quinta, You all have done a lot to help Paul in his last years and I will always remember our youth on Cherry Hill and the back woods. Paul will live on my heart and memory. God bless all of you and Paul.

  4. We will miss Paul. He was a very kind soul who could fix anything; he would help anyone, we worked as long as his health allowed. He was a dog whisperer. He was intelligent and artistic. We know. He will .hear. our prayers and our sadness. We are so sorry we were not there to support Carla Ron and Aunt Quinta during this sad time.

  5. My cousin Paul, kind, very bright, full of facts and stories, and gifted mechanically. He loved his dog Marlow, and the two of them we’re inseparable. Marlow has a good home again, but there will never be another Paul.

  6. My heart felt sympathy, Paul was a nice neighbor of mine and also my sister. We would chat sometime by the river when he and Marlo were out. He will be missed! R.I.P. PAUL!

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