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Official Obituary of: Paula Simoni, 61, on March 24, 2023

Paula Simoni, 61, on March 24, 2023

NORTH ATTLEBORO – Paula Simoni, 61, of North Attleboro, passed away March 24th, 2023 at the Faulkner Hospital in Boston, after a short illness. She was the loving and devoted wife of Christopher Simoni for 23 years.

Paula grew up in Walpole and was a 1980 graduate of Walpole High School. After graduating from Massasoit, in 1982, she worked 35 years at the VA – West Roxbury as a Respiratory Therapist, dedicating her life to helping veterans in need.

Paula loved all flowers and animals, sunsets and thunderstorms, and the Weather Channel. She was a sports fanatic and loved her Patriots.

In addition to her beloved husband, Chris, Paula is survived by her one sister, three brothers, one niece, five nephews and numerous friends. She was loved and will be missed by all.

She was predeceased by her parents, William and Margaret Ronan.

Her funeral, to which relatives and friends are most kindly invited to attend, will be held on Saturday, April 8th, 2023, beginning with a time for visitation from 1:00 to 2:00 PM in the Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro, followed by a prayer service at 2:00 PM in the funeral home with the Reverend Marek Chmurski officiating.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Paula’s name can be made to the MSPCA by sending a check or money order to MSPCA-Angell, Attn: Donations, 350 South Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02130 or by visiting

https://www.mspca.org/adoption-centers/boston-adoption-center/

Rest in Peace, My Love.

To sign an online guestbook, please visit www.sperry-mchoul.com.

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  • Chris, we are so saddened by the passing of Paula. We fondly named her our ‘garden fairy’, we would come home and there were baskets of veggies & herbs and bunches of beautiful flowers on our doorstep and I would say our ‘garden fairy’ was here again! So thoughtful and generous of her. When I called to thank her she always giggled. Our neighborhood will never be the same without her.
    I imagine her in her garden hat tending to all the pretty flowers in heaven.
    Rest In Peace Paula
    Cindy & Steve Wise

  • My condolences to all. Paula was the best thing to happen to my brother Chris. She was always laughing and had a positive attitude to life in all ways. She really enjoyed working with those vets. She would say that all the time: “Love those vets, Love those vets”. She will be missed.

  • I worked the night shift as well. I always remember Paula for her friendliness and giggles.  She would bring a big box of her garden vegetables to share with us at work.  She was a kind soul!  So sorry for your loss!  RIP Paula❣️

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  1. I worked the night shift as well. I always remember Paula for her friendliness and giggles.  She would bring a big box of her garden vegetables to share with us at work.  She was a kind soul!  So sorry for your loss!  RIP Paula❣️

  2. My condolences to all. Paula was the best thing to happen to my brother Chris. She was always laughing and had a positive attitude to life in all ways. She really enjoyed working with those vets. She would say that all the time: “Love those vets, Love those vets”. She will be missed.

  3. Chris, we are so saddened by the passing of Paula. We fondly named her our ‘garden fairy’, we would come home and there were baskets of veggies & herbs and bunches of beautiful flowers on our doorstep and I would say our ‘garden fairy’ was here again! So thoughtful and generous of her. When I called to thank her she always giggled. Our neighborhood will never be the same without her.
    I imagine her in her garden hat tending to all the pretty flowers in heaven.
    Rest In Peace Paula
    Cindy & Steve Wise

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