Paul Michael Vaillancourt
May 27, 1947 – June 1, 2020
Paul M. Vaillancourt Old Town-Paul M. Vaillancourt, 73, husband of Sandra (Thibodeau) Vaillancourt passed away peacefully June 1, 2020 at his residence with family by his side. He was born May 27, 1947 a son of Harry and Leona (Levesque) Vaillancourt. Paul life revolved around his family especially his grandchildren who were all very special to him. He enjoyed fishing and spending time at camp, gardening, cooking and baking. He will be remembered for his sense of humor and his ability to make people laugh. He graduated from Old Town High School and was one of 19 from the Class of 1965 that enlisted in the US Army and served in Viet Nam. Following his return from the service, he worked for Roy Brothers, owned and operated Paul’s Store, and retired from the Old Town Mill. Paul is survived by his wife of 50 years, Sandra; two children Ryan Vaillancourt, Tonya Doucette and her husband Mark; six grandchildren Andrew, Alyssa and Rylee Vaillancourt, Logan, Jacob and Emma Doucette; four brothers Johnny Vaillancourt and his wife Theresa, Jimmy Vaillancourt and his wife Doreen, Gene Vaillancourt and his wife Sheila, Ronnie Vaillancourt and his wife Brenda; three sisters Maria Young and her husband Skippy, Helen Bosse and her husband Greg, Mona Martin and her husband Donnie; special niece Jan Talcove who was amazing with her care and support for the family and special friend Bonnie Garceau; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents and a brother Tommy Vaillancourt. A graveside service, with military honors will be held 1PM Friday at the St. Joseph Cemetery. Due to current restrictions during this Covid 19 pandemic, social distancing rules apply and attendance is limited to 50 people. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Alzheimer’s Association www.alz.org Notes of condolence and memories for the family may be left at www.birminghamfuneralhome.com
Friday, June 5, 2020
Paul Michael Vaillancourt
June 14, 2020
I am so sad to hear of Paul’s passing. I always admired the way the two of you stayed so young at heart and so much in love. My heart goes out to you and your family.
Lisa (Sockbeson) Garrett
June 11, 2020
Sandra and family, I am so sorry to hear of Paul’s passing. May God comfort you all during this difficult time.
June 5, 2020
I'm saddened.. Hardest part today is to meet up with my family and lay my brother-in-law to rest .is that I'm not able to give my family a hug & a kiss... so here is all I have for now..XOXOXOXOXOXOXOX
June 5, 2020
I'll never forget the time I took Paul hunting at my camp in Greenfield . I don't think he was'nt expecting to see anything ..when we got to the place were I saw them last,I let him go in front of me .I told him to get low to the ground.. Ten minutes later one blew at us.. he turn with that big smile on his face..it was priceless..then one crossed & he put up one finger, then another passed ..two fingers went up ,then three fingers went up...the road was very narrow so never got a shot ...he turns & looks at me and said ..Ok that was fun. let's go drink some beer. .Laugh ..We laughed all day...So I took him camp hopping. He saw people he hadn't see in years sence he worked for Roy Brothers delivering gas. We even sent Sandy a picture of someone else's deer to make her think we got one. I will miss that laugh & your smile..but I know that your at peace...love u Brother-in-law.
Mike and Josie Samiya Samiya
June 4, 2020
We remember playing Horse Shoes at Johnny and Theresa's summer outings. Paul was a great player and was always so happy, especially when he was on the winning team.
Sending Condolences to the family . Hugs and Love to all his family.
Mike and Josie.
June 3, 2020
I was so sorry to learn of Paul's passing. My sincerest condolences go out to Sandy and the entire family during this most difficult time. I pray that this tight-knit family will help each other cope with their sorrow and loss. I was so fortunate to get to know Paul and also to work with him at the Old Town paper mill for many years. He was an exceptional man in many ways. He was happy and funny, two traits that most people can only dream of having! I know that he was the ultimate family man and a hard worker also. He was a good man who lived a good life, and I'm sure he's now in Heaven! I know that I am surely a better person from having known Paul, he left a good and lasting impression on me! May God bless his entire family.