Paul Lee Bournazian Sr

Paul Lee Bournazian, Sr., 66, of Avon, entered into eternal rest on August 30, 2022. Paul was a devoted and loving father to his sons Eric Bournazian of Avon, and Paul Lee Bournazian Jr. of Boston, and his daughter Geena Savage and his son-in-law Jonathan Savage of Scituate. Paul is survived by his nine siblings. Through them he became a beloved Uncle to many nieces and nephews. Paul also leaves behind many other family members, cousins, and dear friends who will miss his exuberant energy.

Paul was a memorable person who always valued his family above everything else. From a young age he took his role as eldest son in a family of 10 very seriously. From his formative years on, he served as an ASL interpreter for his family as well as his many friends. Over the course of his life, he worked in many professions, but his true passion was to work on cars. He could tell you the year a car was made just by looking at it, and enjoyed fixing up older vehicles. He also enjoyed renovating older homes, with Victorian style houses being his favorite. He was a “do it yourself” type of person.

Paul served as a father figure to many over the course of his life, and always put the best interests of others before himself. He enjoyed spending time with his children, and visiting with his granddogs. He was best known for his booming voice and charming sense of humor. Always friendly, no matter where he was, he would strike up a conversation with a stranger and make a new friend. In his later years he embraced a drama free lifestyle, and maintained a positive attitude. He was an avid fan of WCW wrestling, and also enjoyed supernatural themed shows and movies.

A Celebration of Life will be held at the Avon VFW on September 10, 2022 from 1-5 PM, where family and friends are welcome to honor Paul’s life with the wonderful community he built over the course of his life. A Blessing will be followed by words from his family and friends. An ASL interpreter will be available.


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