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“MR.B ... it was an honor to know such a good person for so many years. He was firm but fair, and earned and gained the respect of many. I know he has...Read More »
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“Paul was loved by all at the Clawson Senior Center. His friendship, kindness and wit will be missed by all who knew him. He loved his children and...Read More »
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“Paul was the best exhusband anyone could have!!! We communicated all the time regarding the twins, even though the twins are 40 yrs old. He came to...Read More »
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Paul Joseph Briguglio, age 87, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan. Paul was born March 13, 1932 in Detroit, Michigan, son of the late Joseph Briguglio and the late Antoinette (nee: Cusimano) Briguglio.

Paul was raised in Detroit and later served in the United States Army during the Korean War. With thanks and praise from a grateful nation, Paul was welcomed home following his service in the military and returned to the workforce.

Paul worked as a truck driver for Uniroyal Tire, then later in delivering Hi-Lo vehicles for Huntoon Equipment in Detroit. His last job, before completely retiring, found Paul working as a custodian for the American Red Cross.

When Paul was not working, he enjoyed fishing with his son Paul, along with just being in the great outdoors. Paul was truly one of the finest gentleman of our Greatest Generations. He believed in working hard and taking care of your family. Paul was also a extremely selfless person...he would literally give the shirt off his back for someone in need. Paul never let anyone down who needed help.

Paul cherished his family, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and his many friends. He spent many hours socializing at the Clawson Senior Center and seemed to outlive many of his male counterparts. He will forever be remembered as a man who cherished his family and gave to many.

Paul was the beloved husband of Roxanne Fisher, and formerly of the late Helen Boris. He is survived by his dear children, Paul R. Briguglio, Tennille (Jason) Judson, Brandon Briguglio, the late Anthony Briguglio, and the late Karen McCoy. Paul was the cherished grandfather of Amanda (Brian) Wolfe, Paul (Sarah) Briguglio, Ryan (Renee) Briguglio, Samaria Briguglio, Lucas Judson, and great-grandfather of Shane, Shealyn, Nevaeh, Brian, Aidan, and Vivian.

A Memorial Mass along with military honors will be held April 17th at St. Rene Goupil Catholic Church, 35955 Ryan Rd, in Sterling Heights. Paul's family will receive guests from 9am until the time of the Funeral Liturgy at 9:30am. Celebrating the Liturgy will be Reverend Steven Kohler. Following Mass military honors will be presented.

Please share memories of Paul at his memory book above.