portrait picture for Paul Burriesci

Service:Later date.Contributions:St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

Paul Burriesci

Paul Burriesci of Norwalk, CT went home to his Lord and Savior on December 3, 2018.  He was surrounded by his loving family.

Paul was born in Stamford CT on July 2, 1937 to the late Giuseppe and Frances Burriesci of Holly Place.  He was the owner and operator of Holly Press, in Stamford for over 60 years.

Paul was known for his generous nature, always willing to give a job or helping hand to those in need. He had a playful and mischievous personality and will be remembered fondly by many.  His prized possession was his Candy Apple Red 46 Ford Mercury. Paul loved and enjoyed all gatherings with his family and friends. Since his retirement, Paul enjoyed socializing with his friends on Lafayette and Main, and spending time at Penny’s Diner in Norwalk.  Paul was a member of the Word Alive Bible Church in Norwalk and enjoyed his fellowship with Lead Pastor Artie church community.

He is survived by his devoted wife of 52 years, Marilyn (Carroll) Burriesci, 3 children Maryellen (David) Gurski of New Milford, Joseph (Marianne) Burriesci of Byron, Illinois and Jerry Burriesci of Stamford.  7 Grandchildren: Alexandra (Louie), Amanda (Miniature Paul), Allyson (Queen Bee) and Paul Burriesci of Byron Illinois. Stephii and Taylor Hildebrandt, Natalie Gurski of New Milford and 2 Great Grandchildren Kyler and Daniel. 2 sisters, Mildred Mallozzi of Stamford and Helene Beck of Florida. And several nieces and nephews.

Mr. Burriesci was predeceased by his brothers James, Giacomo (Jack) and Anthony Burriesci, his sister, Josephine Meyers and his beloved grandson Daniel Hildebrandt.

There will be no calling hours. A springtime memorial service will be planned. If you wish to remember Paul a donation can be made in his name to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

RIP Doctor Screwball we will miss you forever!

  1. Marilyn, Maryellen ,Joe, Jerry
    We all will miss Paulie his antics, loud voice, always teasing my kids when they were young. I personally couldn’t ask for a uncle better then him He was always there for me since my father pass so many years ago. He gave me more than I could every return and he wanted nothing back He was truly a great man to have in my life.

    December 4, 2018
    Rick & Nancy Burriesci -
  • Aunt Marilyn, Maryellen, Joe & Jerry,

    My thoughts are with you all at this sad time. But Uncle Paulie was larger than life and I know that his spirit will live on in all of us who knew him. I will never forget his calling Aunt Marilyn Fats as a nickname – which my brother Rick copied by calling Nancy that. And I remember him complaining about my Mom’s coffee and all the teasing that he did. He gave my Mom a job that kept food on our table and for that I will be forever grateful. But there is one special thought that will always be on my mind …..His farewell “toodaloo”.
    Toodaloo my dear Uncle – Maybe Mom’s coffee is better in heaven…

    December 4, 2018
    Dawn Burriesci - Jeffrey -
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