Paul Donahue Obituary, Death – On Wednesday, December 7th, 2022, Paul “Paulie” Michael Donahue, who was 19 years old and lived in Mullica Hill, New Jersey, passed tragically unexpectedly. Paulie was educated in the Clearview Regional School District and received her diploma in 2021. Paulie grew raised in Mullica Hill, New Jersey. It was around middle school that he discovered his love for jogging. Throughout his four years in high school, he maintained the same level of dedication to the sports of cross country and track. He was so good at these sports that the school awarded him varsity letters, and the 4×400 relay squad he was on set new records for the school. Because he wanted to pursue running as a career, he decided to enroll at Widener University. Paulie’s grade point average was a 3.75 and he was a history major. His instructors, teammates, and coaches all praised him for the work ethic he exhibited and the unflagging dedication he had to every task that was presented to him.
The folks who were closest to Paulie and had the most experience with him were the ones who admired him the most. From the moment he entered the world, he exemplified the qualities of a kind, humble, and loving human being. He was the type of person who was always prepared to lend a hand. He had a deep affection for his family and friends, was concerned about the state of the environment, and worked hard to show others respect at all times. He enjoyed going to Ocean City, New Jersey, going jet skiing or just hanging out on the beach, hanging out with his friends, laughing and listening to stories with his family, playing with his dog Lucky, and making sure to spend time with all of us in his own unique way during the time he had available to do so. He passed away on April 15, 2018.
Paulie Donahue was the cherished son of Deborah (Carr) Donahue and Paul Donahue. He was also a devoted brother to his sisters Kaitlyn (Donahue) Knauer and Brianna Donahue, brother-in-law to Anthony Knauer, and uncle to Anthony Knauer and the “anticipated baby” Knauer. Paulie’s best friend was his dog Lucky. Deborah (Carr) Donahue There are no adequate phrases to describe the irreplaceable loss of this wonderful young man. The day he was born, our family was eternally changed, and now that he is no longer with us, we are also permanently altered. Despite the fact that he was only here for a little period of time, the imprint he left on each of our lives will live on in our hearts forever.
Mass will be celebrated at 12 noon on Monday, December 19, at the Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit Parish Center, which is located at 17 Earlington Avenue, Mullica Hill, New Jersey 08062. Visitation will be held on Sunday, December 18, from 6 to 9 pm, and on Monday, December 19, from 10 to 11:30 am. The visitation will be followed by a eulogy. Interment private.