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Paul Parrillo

Paul Parrillo passed away unexpectedly on August 25th, 2019 at the age of 46.

Paul was born April 18th, 1973 in Encino California to Victor and Karen Parrillo. He graduated from Simi Valley High School in 1991. On October 11, 2010 he married his wife Crystal Parrillo. Paul is also survived by his brother Chris Parrillo & his sister Sherry Thomas. He enjoyed a long career in the newspaper industry. Paul worked for Simi Valley Enterprises before moving to Arizona in 1992 where he worked at Mohave Valley News from 1992-1998. He also worked for the Arizona Republic from 1998-2006 and then the East Valley Tribune from 2006-2008.

Paul was a devoted husband and a loving son. He enjoyed baseball, traveling, & camping. He was also a problem solver who often took on difficult projects at work and around the house but he always enjoyed the challenge. He will be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who knew him.

8 Comments

  • Andrea Posted August 27, 2019 1:26 PM

    Paul, you most definitely will be missed. You were more than just a coworker, you were a friend. Your early departure from this life has left a huge void with the team at WHPDA. Rest easy buddy.

  • Skip Posted August 27, 2019 4:38 PM

    Paul – gonna miss you buddy. I always felt you and I were always on the same page.

  • Heidi Posted August 27, 2019 4:59 PM

    My sincerest condolences to Paul’s wife and family. I have only worked with Paul a short time but in the short time Paul was always someone I could count on for a smile! Paul was a dedicated and loyal person with everything he touched. He will be missed by all that is for sure!

  • Prayer Beasley Posted August 27, 2019 6:18 PM

    Paul, you were a great boss and always went above and beyond the call of duty, you will truly be missed, go Dodgers!!!!!

  • Anthony Samaniego Posted August 27, 2019 7:17 PM

    Paul I can’t believe you’re gone so soon. Seems like just yesterday we were shooting the breeze about GoT and how Manny ruins all the work trucks with food items. I’ll never forget you Paul, we had some fun times at WHPDA! Rest Easy Brotha!

  • george taggart Posted August 28, 2019 6:55 AM

    I was very fortunate to have lunch with my friend Paul just about everyday. He will be sorely missed. my heart goes out to his good wife and family. God bless him and keep him. my condolences to his family. We’ll meet again my friend…

  • Denise Pfaff Posted August 28, 2019 10:56 PM

    Paul- I never got the pleasure of meeting you but feel like I knew you through all the stories Crystal has shared. It was clear that you are the love of Crystal’s life and were a loving, exceptional husband. You have left too early but I promise you that I will watch over Crystal until you meet again.

  • KT Thompson Posted August 29, 2019 10:12 AM

    My sincerest condolences to Crystal & the Parrillo family. While I never had the pleasure of meeting Paul, it is evident from these posts that he was a wonderful man & friend to so many. May the times spent with Paul be remembered fondly by the people who cared so deeply for him.

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