Obituary for PAUL ALFONSO

Paul Alfonso was born in Tampa, Florida on January 25th, 1955 along with his twin brother Philip, and passed on March 8th, 2020 in Wesley Chapel, Florida

Paul enjoyed spending time with his family. Cook outs and get togethers. As a musician, he loved playing bass guitar with the church band and playing in his home studio with his friends. He loved music that would lift his spirits high and praise The Lord. He enjoyed wood working and building things. A great afternoon was sitting on his front porch admiring God’s creations. He was always there to lend a helping hand to so many. In the evenings he enjoyed watching old Western movies and shows on tv. He had a great sense of humor and loved making people laugh. He was an amazing Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother, Uncle, and Son.
Paul was preceded in death by his Mother Margaret, his father Peter and his brother Peter.

Paul is survived by his wife Debbie, daughters Tonya and Natasha, his grandchildren Brianna, Dustin and Johnathan, sisters Katie, Patricia, and Pauline and another brother Philip.

Services and Celebration of Paul’s life have been postponed due to the Corona Virus. We will notify all when we can schedule

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Paul was a great man he was so nice to me when I met him for the first time at his house at band practice with my ex Wesley so glad I got to meet him and have many years of knowing him God bless you and your family


Mark and I loved talking to you both. You made ys feel like family. He loved playing music on his guitar. Always had a twinkle in his eye when he smiled. Always making us laugh. Always doing something for others alongside his wife Debbie. He will be greatly missed. Glad we got to come out to the house and see you guys. Love you. No


Wow everything this said about my brother Paul is true I’m one of his sister’s Pauline and he had helped me in many ways and he was funny miss my brother


Love my cousin ❤️ RIP Paul no more pain. Your cousin solia