Paul Richard Grenier Sr.
January 25, 1959 – April 1, 2021
Paul Grenier Sr., 62, of Old Town Maine, passed away April 1st, 2021 peacefully in his sleep due to a heart attack.
Paul was born in Bangor Maine on January 25, 1959 to Father Richard Grenier Sr., and Mother Rita Gallant, who predeceased him. He will be fondly remembered as a loving and devoted father that was charismatic and courageous. He was a selfless and loyal friend with a boisterous voice that loved every moment he spent with his grandchildren. He was an avid outdoorsman and cherished his land in Greenbush Maine where he taught his children about traditional family values.
He leaves behind his children, Natasha Grenier, Sharlene Grenier, Ashley St. Peter, Paul Grenier Jr., Kristen Porter and Scott Steele. Brother Richard Grenier Jr., sisters, Paula Hoagland, Cindy Fournier, Jackie Navarro, Martina Anderson and Marie Bouchard Caliandro, 16 grandchildren, 1 great-grandchild, many nieces, nephews and other relatives. He is preceded in death by his parents and sisters, Sonya Barclay and Anne Grenier.
A Celebration of Life service will be held at the Birmingham Funeral Home in Old Town on Saturday, May 15th at 2 p.m., all are welcome. Paul Grenier, from all you have touched we truly will miss you and you are always in our hearts.
Celebration of Life Gathering
Birmingham Funeral Home
Paul Richard Grenier Sr.
George and Wanda Grenier
April 8, 2021
Paul, I am at loss of what to say, we have been out of touch for so many years. It seems the only time we would see each other was when someone died, that is so sad. I remember you when you were born and would just run right into my arms, you had such a happy face, beautiful eyes and the biggest smile ever! Uncle George and I are having a very hard time to think of you passing, you were to young, Paul. You will be up there with your parents giving big hugs and please give them one from us. Will always love you.
Uncle George and Aunt Wanda
April 6, 2021
Preston Stuart, I do not know if we have met but am gracious for your memory! Thank you for sharing your with us. ❤❤
April 2, 2021
I hadn’t seen cousin Paul in some time but I have never forgotten about him. I remember getting to spend some time with him and cousin Rick out to Pushaw working on some old motorcycle. We had a great time goofing around and teasing cousins Marie and Sonya. I cherish those times and will always remember cousin Paul for his incredible laugh. When Paul laughed, it made you laugh! Now he has joined those of our family that have gone before us and I’m sure his heart, strong spirit, and laugh are going to shine on forever. RIP cousin.