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Paul R. Cullinane
March 22, 1959 ~ November 29, 2023 (age 64) 64 Years Old
Paul Cullinane, born on March 22, 1959, in Bayshore, NY, peacefully passed away, leaving a legacy of warmth and dedication. The beloved son of John and Ruth Cullinane, Paul was a cherished brother to John (deceased) and Monica Cullinane, Pat and Ibrahim Monem, and Thomas Cullinane.
A proud uncle, Paul found joy in the lives of his niece and nephews, Janet Monem, Adam Monem, Joseph Monem, Noah Cullinane and Sasha Cullinane. He also reveled in the role of a great uncle to A.J. Monem, creating lasting bonds with the younger generation.
Paul graduated from North Babylon High School in 1977, setting the foundation for a life marked by hard work and commitment. For an incredible 41 years, he served the Islip School District as a custodian. Paul not only excelled in his profession but also formed deep connections with his colleagues, fostering a sense of camaraderie that made his workplace feel like a second home.
Devoted to his job, Paul's dedication went beyond the call of duty. He loved the daily challenges and found fulfillment in the friendships he forged over the years. His positive attitude and infectious spirit endeared him to everyone he encountered.
Outside of work, Paul had a passion for fishing and spent countless hours enjoying the tranquility of the open waters. He took pride in his boat and cherished the moments of peace and connection with nature that fishing brought him.
Additionally, Paul had a love for football, with a special place in his heart reserved for the NY Giants. He would enthusiastically cheer for his team, turning every game into a joyous occasion.
Paul Cullinane's departure leaves a void that will be deeply felt by family, friends, and colleagues alike. As we remember him, let us celebrate a life well-lived, filled with love, laughter, a commitment to making a difference, and the simple joys of fishing and football. May he rest in peace.