Paul passed away at Selkirk Senior Village on Aug.24th, 2023. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He is survived by his wife May of 65 years; son, Nelson (Daisy); grand daughters, Amanda and Kimberly; stepmother, Yuen Yee; siblings, Loretta and William (Gerri); sisters-in-law, Mary, Dorothy and Dawn and many nieces and nephews and their families. He is predeceased by his daughter, Paula; siblings, George (Lillian), Noreen (Wallace), James (Beverley), Wilfred, Gilbert, Alfred and brother-in-law Ken.

Paul was born and raised in Victoria where he lived all his life. He worked for 39 years at the BCFP sawmill before it closed in 1989. Paul and May traveled to many faraway places and enjoyed cruising with friends and relatives. He loved to bowl, fish, ballroom dance and golf. Paul spent much of his time tending to his lawn and backyard garden.

On behalf of the family, we would like to thank his family doctor, Dr. Benjamin How, urologist, Dr. Jeffery McCracken, attending physician, Dr. Harley Syyong and the staff at Selkirk Seniors Village (Gladstone and Bolton) for the kindness, care and support that they showed Paul.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society or Canadian Cancer Society.

Condolences may be offered to the family below.

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  • Marilyn and Randy Law

    Randy and I are so sorry to hear about Uncle Paul. We always enjoyed our conversations with him.
    Condolences to Auntie May, Nelson, Daisy, Amanda and Kimberly.
    Thinking of you, Marilyn and Randy

  • Lorne Chan

    I will always remember Uncle Paul greeting me with a friendly hello and a great smile. He always asked how I was doing and had such a positive way about him. My condolences go out to the family for your loss.

  • Arlene & Rob Blackwell

    We are saddened by the loss of Uncle Paul. His infectious laugh will always be remembered.
    Condolences to Aunty May, Nelson, Daisy and family.
    Sending our love,
    Arlene & Rob

  • Ian and Carol Haynes

    Ian and Carol Haynes

    Carol and I were saddened to hear of Paul’s passing. I have many good memories of golfing with him at Prospect Lake Golf Course. Our condolence’s to his Family.

    Ian and Carol Haynes

  • Trevor Coad

    I am sorry to see that Paul is gone. I worked with him at the sawmill for my 15 years there before it closed. He always had a kind word and was one of the friendliest guys to be around. My condolences to his loved ones.

  • Greg & Toni Chow

    Remembering his laugh will always bring smiles.

  • Barry and Becky Lowe

    What a lovely photo of Uncle Paul! We miss his friendly and warm hearted greeting, his smile and his laugh.

    We are saddened by his death and offer love and hugs to Auntie May, Nelson and family.

  • Lynn and Ross Chow

    We are saddened by the loss of Uncle Paul. His smile and laughter will be missed by all.
    With love, Lynn and Ross

  • Pat Chew

    We were so sad to hear of Uncle Paul’s passing. He was a fun uncle to visit. He always had a hearty laugh for us Wong kids whenever we visited Victoria.

    We offer our sincerest condolences to Auntie May and to Nelson’s family from Pat and John Chew, Victor and Jenny Wong and family, Mike and Mary and family, Mary-Guy and Thomas and Joe and Doreen and family.

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