In Memoriam : Michael Paolino
Michael J Paolino - age: 73
(March 13, 1947 to May 01, 2020
Family gathering is planned for this summer.
For those wishing to make memorial contributions in his memory please consider the Dyer Library 371 Main St, Saco.
Dennett, Craig & Pate 365 Main St. Saco are entrusted with his arrangements.
Condolences maybe be posted to www.dcpate.com
Saco, Michael J. Paolino, 73, of Lincoln Road passed away May 1, 2020 at his residence with his family by his side. He was born in Portland, Maine March 13, 1947 the son of Joseph and Shirley Newcomb Paolino.
He attended local schools and graduated from Portland High School.
Michael served in the Maine National Guard from 1966 to 1972.
He was first employed by Allied Construction. His later employment included Hub Libby, Morin and Sons and Yarmouth Lumber.
Michael then operated his own trucking company called Special Services hauling Lift Trucks and equipment. He then purchased his own 18-wheeler and several other trucks throughout his lifetime.
His most recent employment was with Portland Air Freight which he retired from, due to ill health.
Michael enjoyed camping, fishing, crossword puzzles, reading and spending time with family and friends.
He could be found many times at the Dyer Library reading the newspaper.
Michael is survived by his wife of 12 years Kerry Paolino of Saco, a daughter Michelle Anton and husband Eric of St. Paul, Minnesota, a son Michael J. Paolino Jr. and wife Kate of Columbia, SC, one brother Joseph Paolino and wife Lori of Windham, and two sisters Marysue Thompson and husband Alton of Longs, SC and Donna Kelsen and husband Ronald of Portland, ME and 5 grandchildren Isabella, Alyssa, Ava, Lillian and Hunter and his dog Zelda, who was his comforter and companion.
George Libby - May 6, 2020 Contact this person
Bulkie sandwiches on Sunday nights, pushing the 57 up the driveway in the Winter, The Attic, 5-6 guys riding bicycles in your cellar at the same time, really? syphoning gas from the TOPS women when your mother had a meeting, Evergreen, Moosehead, Cheverus dance, Blueberry Hill. What else can I say? Save me a seat.
Susan Wilder - May 7, 2020 Contact this person
So sorry for your loss Mike was one of my favorite drivers at PAF
Eric Anton - May 7, 2020 Contact this person
I've never met a friendlier, more welcoming man in my life! He accepted me immediately when I was a young punk dating Michelle 20+ years ago. Mick had a gift for telling stories and made me laugh every time he told them. I could not have asked for a better Father in law!