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Paul J. Ferraro

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Died unexpectedly at his home in Revere, on Monday, November 1. He was 40 years old.

Paul was a lifelong Revere Resident. He was raised in Revere and as a young boy he was a Boy Scout and rose to become a Star Scout. Paul was educated in Revere Schools and then went onto become an alumnus of Northeast Regional Vocational High School, Class of 1999. Paul was a very artistic & talented young man. He enrolled in The Institute of Arts & Communication and earned a bachelor’s degree in graphic design. He worked diligently as a graphic designer at John Wiley & Sons Publishing in Medford for over 2 years. His creativity was boundless. Paul always gave back to the community by volunteering his time & talents helping the Boys Club, Blessed Mother of the Morning Star Parish – St. Mary’s Church in Revere with their new logo, and with many other companies. He was also a very well-known Boston D.J. in several nightclubs. Paul was also a huge fan of trains. He would enjoy riding on all types of trains and appreciating the design & mechanics. One thing is certain, Paul was a very thoughtful & loving person. He was a friend to so many people and would do anything for those who needed him. His memory will forever be etched in so many people’s hearts.

He is the loving son of Kathleen A. “Kathy” (Ewing) Cid & her husband Manuel G. “Manny” of Revere and Steven P. Ferraro & wife Marie L. of Whitman. Cherished brother of Michelle E. “Shelly” Rankins & her husband Daniel J. of Manchester, NH & survived by his 4 stepsisters. Adored uncle of Elianna M. & Mason D. who was his world, and several other nieces & nephews. Treasured companion of Izabela A. Malinowska of Boston. Beloved nephew of Jeanne E. Conte & husband Richard of Revere, David B. Ewing of Revere & John T. Ewing & companion Michele Winslow of Lynn. He is also lovingly survived by many cousins & friends.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Samaritans, 41 West St., 4th Floor, Boston, MA 02111.

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