Paul Sarty

REVERE – Paul Leon Sarty, 77, passed away peacefully on November 14, 2017, after a long battle with a blood disease.

Paul was born in Everett MA., and is the son of Leander and Elizabeth (Mangan) Sarty. He is survived by his only brother Don. He grew up in the family home in Revere and was graduated from the Revere school system. After graduation he joined the Air force and spent four years in Europe. Upon returning home, he used his Air Force experience working for Eastern Airlines and Logan Airport in a variety of capacities. Paul was an avid motorcycle rider and owned many motorcycles. He was known to hop on his motorcycle and visit his friends, locally and across the country, touring most, 33, of the Northern states. He loved dogs and always had a dog in his life. He was especially fond of Jennifer, his present dog.

Visitors are welcome from 10 AM – Noon on Tuesday, November 28, 2017 at Boston Cremation, 287 Main Street in Malden MA.


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  1. Tom Ricci on November 28, 2017 at 11:40 am

    God bless you, Paul. A real gentleman and a great friend. You will be missed but never forgotten.

  2. Robert Norsworthy, USAF SMSgt retired on December 25, 2017 at 5:59 pm

    Paul, my friend for the past 58 years. I will miss our conversations and your visits to my home in Maine, our tales and laugh about our early Air Force days at Otis AFB and all the great times with our friends! I can never ever thank you enough for getting me back to painting picture again when I was in Thule Greenland, and you asked me to paint a picture of one of your dogs. That brought me back to something you knew I enjoyed. I would not have done that for any other friend. God is now having the joy of your presence as you return to our true home! Wait for your old military friends and make a place for us!

  3. Andrew Maloney on July 21, 2021 at 1:17 pm

    So very sorry and saddened to learn of Paul’s passing. He was a great friend over the years, we worked together at Easter Airlines and would ride together when we could. Sometimes years would go by, and one of us would tract down the other to reconnect. This time it was me looking for Paul, and I learned of his passing. You will never be forgot, god bless you my friend…….

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