elevated JB6eY September 8, 1945 ~ May 19, 2021
elevated JB6eY Due to Covid-19 restrictions there will be a private family service.
elevated JB6eY Memorial Funeral Service
Thursday, May 27, 2021
Click here to watch a livestream of the Funeral Service will begin at 11:00 a.m.
elevated JB6eY Inurnment
Assumption Catholic Cemetery ~ Section 5
elevated JB6eY Donations
In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Paul’s Memory to the Heart and Stroke Foundation
Deepest condolences to the entire Leon Family!
So sorry for your loss.
I am so sorry for your loss.
So sorry to hear about your fathers passing. Our deepest regards from the Radley family
Deepest Condolences to the whole family. Paul was an incredible man and the ways he helped myself and my family as well as just some of the examples he provided I Copy to this day are absolutely immeasurable. I will be in attendance at the online ceremony.
So sorry to here of Paul’s early passing. So many fun times in his company. Our thoughts are with Susan and the family.
My deepest condolences to the family. He was such a nice man, he always made me laugh. I will miss him dearly. Rest in Peace Paul🙏
Yes, he was a nice man. Always wanted to help people. I saw Nembardt today at Park ‘N Fly and he told me.
Was at PNF because my wife and I came back from visiting my soon-to-be 112-year-old great-aunt in Minneapolis.
Condolences. He was a wonderful man and will be missed.
Heartfelt condolences to the family.
Dear Aunt Susan, John-Paul, Julie and family,
I am very saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Uncle Paul. He was truly a vibrant, fun-loving man who enjoyed living life to the fullest. I have such fond memories of family barbecues in the backyard and Uncle Paul playing with us in the pool and our Christmas dinners around the big table with jello. Take comfort in your memories of how it felt to laugh with your husband/Dad and be loved by him. I hope those memories will bring you comfort in time. Please know that I am thinking and praying for you during this very difficult time.
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts are with you
and your family. It was always a joy when Paul came into town for a work visit. I will never forget his smile and how welcome he always made me feel at the office each time he came by.
Very saddened to learn that I have lost my morning workout buddy.
Mornings at the gym will never be the same!!
We have so many great memories of Paul, such an unforgettable character! Our deepest condolences to Susan and the family.
Dear Sue and family. The world has lost a most loving positive man. He always brought a smile to your face with every meeting. So loved somissed but remembered fondly. Prayers to you all at this difficult time!
My deepest condolences to the Leon Family, Paul had a huge personality and was a great guy to be around, i looked forward to seeing him at the gym in the mornings. He will truly be missed.
Uncle Paul was deeply loved by many and his unexpected passing has been felt by many more. You were a remarkable human being who stood tall, had a heart made of gold and a laugh that bellowed in every direction for miles. We will miss you, but we are thankful for the memories and the times shared (and there were lots of them!) Our thoughts and prayers are with Aunt Sue, JP, Julie and her family.
Dear Sue and family,
We are sorry for your loss. Murrie and I are sending hugs and love to all of you. It is so easy for me, Judy, to remember when I first met Paul and the Leon clan. Paul, like his siblings, carried on the warmth, laughter and love found in their home. He made people welcome and comfortable.
We have been so saddened by the sudden passing of Uncle Paul. It caused us all a moment of pause. We feel so blessed to have so many memories of our time together. He was always open to an unplanned visit with the door open, arms stretched out with a hug, a smile on his face and the fridge/bar always open.
Although we cannot be there on Thursday together, please know you are supported by a community of family, friends who are like family and so many others touched by Uncle Paul and your family.
Aunt Sue, JP, Julie and family we love you and are so very sorry for your loss. May your memories carry you through this extraordinarily difficult time.
Sending big, long, awkward hugs to you all
Val, Doug, Emily, Allyson and Noah
So sad to learn about Paul’s unexpected passing. Paul had an amazing spirit and energy. His sense of humour and positive outlook on life was appreciated by all he encountered. He will be sorely missed. Our sincere condolences to Sue, JP and Julie.
We were so very saddened to learn about Paul’s passing. We shared so many great times, memories and laughter over the years. A larger than life personality that no one will forget. The twinkle in his eye captivated everyone. Our deepest condolences to Susan and the entire Leon family.
My deepest condolences to everyone in the Leon family.
We were very saddened to hear of Paul’s passing. He was a great guy, always had a smile and a twinkle in his eye.
He is gone too soon. Our thoughts and prayers are with Sue, and family.
From the entire Temple family our love and support to Sue, John-Paul, Julie and family. So many happy memories of thanksgiving day celebrations together to give us comfort at this time. Paul was always the life of the party.
Paul and Cathy Temple and family.
It was with great sadness that we learned of our Skålleague Paul Leon passing. Sonia and I extend our sympathy on the death of your loved one. Although we knew Paul mostly through the Skål stories and photographs shared with us, we sense the loss you are experiencing. God bless his soul and may he rest in peace. Please accept our heartfelt condolences.
I’ll be half of my sister my mom and myself like to thank you for all the kind words I’ve been saying and that we are reading all of them on a daily basis.
So sad for your loss. Murrie and I send our love and hugs to all. Paul carried on the warmth, laugher and love of the Leon clan. He made people welcome and comfortable.
So sad for your loss. Paul carried on the warmth, laughter and love of the Leon clan. He enjoyed people and made them comfortable. We send our love and hugs to all.
Dear Sue and family: So sorry for your loss. Paul and his smile welcomed many people and made them feel welcome. Murrie and I send our love and hugs to all.
Helen and Gary Leon
So sorry for the sudden loss of a great person. Wish we had spent more time together our prayers and thoughts will always be with you.
To the entire Leon family. We are devastated by the loss of Paul. He was one of the funniest, kindest men we have ever met. He always lightened up the room when he entered and was lived by both young and old. We will never forget him. The Nolans.
Sadden by the loss of such an incredible individual. His laughter, smile and blue eyes will be missed. He was a great friend to many and was kind and generous.
Always had a kind word to say and was ever caring. He will be missed but not forgotten!
Sincerest sympathies go out to the family! Frank DeCesare
Rest In Peace my friend!
Heart felt condolences to the Leon family.
Paul was one of the first people to welcome me into the Toronto Skal club and I well remember his warm smile and thoughtful words. His presence was larger than life – always a jester and fun to be around. My heartfelt condolences to Paul’s family. He will be so much missed.
My deepest condolences. Paul was a mentor, friend and a great person. Many memories in many different places and will never forget how he made me and many others feel. Once you noticed Paul come in the room it is hard not to crack a smile and hear his latest joke! What an amazing heart he had. He will be missed greatly. RIP, my friend.
Paul was an icon of the industry who took such a genuine interest in everybody. He was one of the first people I met in travel when I had just joined Regent and was tasked with negotiating a parking deal at YYZ and a true character, so fun and full of life who I was able to keep in touch with over the years through Toronto SKAL. My sincere condolences to his family – he will be sorely missed.
My condolences to the family. Paul was a great man, and he always brightened up my day after working a long shift. My thoughts and prayers are with you today.
Remembering Uncle Paul today with a smile. He was always such a positive and kind energy, with a big laugh that I will always think of when I think of him. Sending you all good thoughts and healing vibes to move through this hard time with.
Paul was always a great gentleman and wonderful person to chat with. Funny, Smart, Entertaining are just a few words to describe him. Will definitely miss speaking with him. Send positive vibes to the entire Leon family
I worked with Paul for a number of years, He never failed to bring a smile to my face each day. A wonderful man he will be missed.
A very beautiful service for a very caring and generous man.
Julie’s words said it all…he will be missed by all.
Paul’s deviled eggs from the FREEZER will be missed.
Our thoughts are with you all, Margo & Walter
Julie …. you spoke beautifully at your dad’s funeral today. He would be very proud. Thank you!
Just watched service and prayed along with you. We were blessed to have known Paul. He will be missed by so many. We all watched today not because Paul died but BECAUSE he lived. And our lives were enhanced having known him.
Dear Susan and Family; It was a privilege to have known Paul and to have worked with him when I was at Air Canada.
Paul was one of those individuals that exuded warmth and who I really enjoyed working with. He was such a friendly and positive person and you always really enjoyed being in his company. Through SKAL he made a huge contribution to the travel industry and he will be missed.
A little bit late I’m sorry but truly shocked and saddened. How is a wonderful man and I enjoyed every moment that I got the opportunity to spend with him all the very best to you and your family I know you will miss him. Yvonne Wood