JoAnne and I would like to extend our deepest sympathies to you on the passing of Paul. It was a pleasure to have known him and we considered him and you part of our Florida family
Peace be with you always
Nancy, so sorry to hear this news. So many memories of Paul with our slo-pitch bal team old timers hockey and Kinsman times. I will miss miss him for his friendship, his honesty and our business endeavors!. I only know Billy, David and Christie but our condolences to you, you children and their families. We will look forward to a get together in Paul's memory in the future...Nancy, stay well, sane amd sanitized...i know you know the drill
Marv and Judy MacDonald
My condolences to Paul's family, especially Georgia and Harriet. I was born in Durham to Rev. Gordon & Anne Hamill. My Dad was the minister of Durham Presbyterian Church. We lived around the corner from Bill & Gertrude and their family. Our parents were good friends. I have a vivid memory of their beautiful home and of Gertrude's charming house that she later moved to. We lived in Durham for 10 years, but we came back to visit and the families kept in touch. My Dad died about 4 years before Bill.
The people and the experiences in Durham helped to shape me. I will always remember the kindness that the Hewitt family always showed to us.
Liz (Hamill) Westgarth
I have many fond memories of Paul , in our younger years. We had a brief time in Toronto where we got together every Thursday night to have a meal together, he with his two friends from out east, and us girls all from Durham and Priceville. We laughed told stories and sang some songs to the two boys from out east. We loved those times and still it brought us all together in friendship and a bond we often talked about when we got together. I will always consider him my friend. I will miss you Paul. Love Joyce macmillan
The Snowbird meetings were just not the same without Paul's renditions of both the Canadian and the American national anthems. He sang both equally with so much gusto you couldn't help but try and sing along with him. Rest In Peace Paul. Edward & Linda Zukonik Snowbirds
Nancy and family - we are so sorry to hear of Paul’s passing. Lloyd was happy to have been able to include Paul in the men’s outings into Owen Sound for hockey games. Condolences to you as you say your final goodbyes to a much loved member of your family. Remember that sadness will fade, but your memories will be with you forever. Sincerely Lloyd & Jo-Ann (Sauble Beach United Church)
Just wanted to share our sincere sympathies to Bill, Trina and the rest of the Hewitt extended family. That lovely photo makes it clear why this was a man who will be missed by so many!
The staff at Collingwood Collegiate.
Deepest sympathy to the Hewitt family on the passing of Paul. He was a truly nice person - always so friendly and warm - and a wonderful community member. He will be missed and fondly remembered by all who knew him.
Carolynne (McKechnie) and Bill Trbovich
A wonderful caring person , long time friend and roommate.. i will miss your roaring laughter though it is solidly instilled in my memory.
Thank you Paul for being my friend.
Farewell and so long " TRAPPER "