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Paul John Sebastiano

December 8, 1977January 10, 2021

Paul John Sebastiano was born on December 8, 1977 and passed away on January 10, 2021 and is under the care of Aycock Funeral Home.

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Gail Johnson

January 17, 2021

Paul where do I start....we've known each other for so many always had a heart of gold and such compassion for everyone....there are no words for this sudden loss....I'll definitely miss our texting conversations and your sense of my heart always and you and miss you

Toni Freda

January 16, 2021

Paul, I don’t know you or your mom other than from Facebook.
Many years ago I needed prayers for my older sister and your mom reached out to me, a complete stranger and prayed for us.
She sent me beautiful gifts to give to my sister and we became friends on Facebook and realized we were both from Brooklyn and had a few mutual friends as well.
I feel I know you and your brother from all the bragging she has done over the years on Social Media. Boy, was she proud of you. Of both her boys. I can’t imagine how she feels, but I know you will continue to hold her up as you have done for many years. May you Rest In Peace in the most beautiful of Heavens. ❤️❤️❤️

Danielle BRADY

January 16, 2021

There are too many memories to pick just one. You were so kind hearted and would do anything for anyone ! So many fun times with you and Peggy . I am truly heartbroken 🥺 May you fly high and please give my best friend a hug ❤️❤️

Tamika Warren

January 16, 2021

Paul we shared sooooo many fun times during our time together at Aaron’s.... Marcus and I simply have no words and our hearts has been broken since We heard the news! I’m sure you’re already up there cooking up some of your infamous Italian food that we loved so much ❤️ Until we meet again my friend until we meet again !

Keith Prosser

January 16, 2021

Dear Paul,
I was blessed when we met in Wilton Manors , 2018.
We both had our ups and downs but the one thing I can say is that you were truly one of the dearest friends I could have ever imagined.
Being able to hangout and chat about what was ever on our minds made life so much brighter.
For me that LIGHT will never extinguish.
I know your family is devastated
and I am thinking about them constantly with all my heart and soul.
Rest in Peace my dear friend until we meet again.
All of my love
Sincerely Keith

Karen Potoczki

January 15, 2021

My Dearest Paul,
I don’t know what to say I don’t have the words I will miss you and I know I will see you again when I enter paradise. This past week I am remembering all the good times from when I met you as a child of 8 years old till present. How you made us laugh and remembering when we took you to see rocky 4 you loved all the rocky movies all much as me. The dancing and laughing with uncle John. Although I don’t quite understand why you were taken from us so soon the only answer is god needed another angel and maybe you have work to do. So Paul I love you and you will live in heart now till we meet again.

Linda Hannam

January 15, 2021

Words will seem meaningless so please know that I’m thinking of you constantly. You have my deepest sympathies.
(Wesley Chapel)

Maria Bertino

January 15, 2021

PJ, you have been on my mind all week, I just can’t believe this is real. I will always remember you and the happy and fun times we shared with David when we were younger. Quoting Vacation, Austin Powers, Ace Ventura and Elf movies. Our nights out dancing. Driving around in your Cadillac with “Jack”. Late night walks to the bagel store. You were such a very good friend and a big part of my life. Always dependable, fun, hilarious and warm. I hope you and David are up in heaven together cracking each other up. Rest In Peace my friend. Until we meet again. Love Always, Slim

Renee Wrede

January 15, 2021

I sit here, thinking of the many memories I have of you. I still remember the day of your christening, I was so nervous holding you. I remember the fun times we had when you’d spend summers in Oregon with me, learning to swim, ride horses, drive mini race cars (you were so proud of your “drivers license”), batting cages and watching “Young Frankenstein.” You loved my “Italian rice,” which I made up because I didn’t cook much. I loved the trips we took, the time we spent together, lovingly laughing at our family, knowing we all loved each other. I feel grateful we had the last trip to Seattle to spend time together just before the pandemic. You were smart, caring and dedicated. You were a wonderful brother to Stephen, son to my sister, Cher, nephew to Tara, stepson to Kenny, and grandson to my parents. It’s so hard to say goodbye to you, but I know someday we will get to laugh with each other again. I’ll cheer for the Mets in your honor.

Tara Ciabattari

January 14, 2021

I still can’t believe this is true and I never want to. So many things that I want to say and I can’t, because you aren’t here. You made us so happy when you moved back to Florida and I’m so happy that we all got to spend as much time together as we did. I just don’t know how to move forward, mostly because of your Mom, Stephen and Nanny and Pop. Who will understand our jokes? Who’s gonna drive the ambulette? I’m trying but this is the most difficult thing ever and it still hasn’t sunk in yet. You are so loved, not only loved deeply by your family, but by so many friends and people whose lives you touched. I remember when you were “this big”. “Don’t fuhget me”. My heart is forever broken but that pales in comparison to how your mother feels and Stephen, oh Stephen....💔

Love always, Tara