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Paul Henry Leeman

January 23, 1945May 15, 2020

Paul Henry Leeman, 75, of Centerville, MA passed away Friday, May 15, 2020 at Cape Cod Hospital. He was the loving husband of 51 years to Linda Lee (Smith) Leeman.

Paul, the son of the late Toivo Mathew and Lillian Violet (Piekainen) Leeman was born at Cape Cod Hospital and raised in West Barnstable, MA on the Leeman family farm. Later in life, he lived in Falmouth before moving to Centerville 46 years ago.

Paul was a graduate of Barnstable High School, Wentworth Institute of Technology and the University of Connecticut. Before his retirement, Paul was a civil engineer for the Town of Falmouth and later started his own landscaping company. He was active in his community and was a member of the Hyannis Elks Lodge #1549 and West Barnstable Deer Club.

In addition to his beloved wife Linda, Paul is survived by his daughter Rebecca and husband Thomas Sullivan of Melrose, MA and their children Lillian, Randall and Nathan; daughter Brenda Hendricksen of Huntington Beach, CA; daughter Bonnie and husband Jerry Hickey of Marstons Mills, MA and their children Carter, Riley and Grayson; son Scott and wife Kara (Niemi) Leeman of West Barnstable, MA and their children Robert, Thatcher and Aliina; and his sister Virginia Johnson of Hyannis.

Due to the current health crisis and restrictions, a private family service will take place laying Paul to rest in the family plot at Beechwood Cemetery in Centerville, MA.

Arrangements are under the direction of Doane, Beal & Ames in Hyannis, MA. To share a memory or leave an online condolence, please visit www.doanebealameshyannis.com.

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Janet McAree

May 23, 2020

To the Leeman family & Pauls sister, my neighbor Virginia Johnson , I am so sorry for your loss. Sincerely, Janet McAree

Malcolm Chase

May 19, 2020

Paul was the brother I never had. The miles that physically separated us never diminished my love and respect for him. My visits back to the Cape became less frequent as the years rolled on...going on 13 years now since I last saw Paul. In my mind's eye I see Paul as the physical giant he once was, full of fun and energy. I could never get the best of him whether in basketball or handball or any physical activity. He was the loyal friend I could count on when I needed a friend the most. He was an honest man and said what was on his mind. He loved his family and the Cape. The memories I have from 60 years of knowing Paul will keep me smiling whenever I think of him. I was fortunate to have Paul as my friend and will always cherish the times we shared. I will miss him dearly.

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