Paul Mayo

Paul Mayo, 70, of Pinellas Park, passed away peacefully in his sleep at home on September 25 after a short battle with lung cancer. He was born on October 18, 1950, in Queens, NY to Dave and Carole Mayo. Growing up, Paul moved to several different states following his father’s career.  As a young adult he settled in Washington D.C. where he met and married the love of his life, Donna in 1979. They moved to Florida shortly after where they started their family. Paul always had a knack for fixing, tinkering and building. He worked as an Automation Engineer with BIC Corporation for more than 30 years. Throughout his career he had great accomplishments, built strong friendships, and traveled the world. Paul achieved his goal of receiving his Master’s in Business from the University of Phoenix in 2005.

Paul was a devoted family man, husband to Donna for 42 years, and loved spending time with his 3 children; Larkin (Barry) Stetler, Paul (Cathy) Mayo II, and Brittany (Grant) LaDuke. "Pap" leaves behind seven grandchildren; John and Barrett Stetler, Paul III and Jackson Mayo, and Grant, Sadie and Isla LaDuke. He loved baseball and was an active part of the Pinellas Park National Little League. He volunteered for years as coach and president of the little league, devoting many hours to coaching, guiding, and sharing his love for the sport. Later in life, Paul loved to spend time traveling with Donna and his grandchildren in their RV. He enjoyed exploring Florida and fishing with his family.

Paul will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who knew him. A Funeral Mass is scheduled for 11:00 am on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at Saint Matthew Catholic Church. All are welcome to join the family for refreshments in Bethany Hall after the service.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Paul’s name to the American Cancer Society.           

St. Matthew Catholic Church is located at 9111 90th Ave. N., Largo, FL. 33777.

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Kathy LaDuke
1 month ago

Paul was a caring and devoted man where his family was concerned. My husband Scott and enjoyed sharing family parties with him. He usually had spent many hours assembling some play equipment for his grandkids or running for more ice for the cooler. Whatever anyone needed, he was happy to take care of it.
We are sorry to see him go so soon and we know his family will have a hard time adjusting to their loss.
With our sympathy,
Kathy LaDuke

paul j Hicks
1 month ago

Our heartfelt condolences to all the Mayo family, may Paul rest in eternal peace. We will keep you all in our prayers ,
Love to you all, the Hicks family

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