Paul Gust Spirelis, 60, went to be with the Lord, after heart complications, on Wednesday, December 28, 2011. Born on November 27, 1951 in Reading, PA, he was the son of the late Gust and Ann Skias Spirelis. He enjoyed sharing God’s word, playing his guitar, singing, and spending time with his family.
He lives on through his loving wife of 24 years, Colleen; a son, Alex; daughter, Haven; and many more family and friends.
A visitation will be held on Wednesday, January 4th, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., at Family Choice Funerals and Cremations, 5401 Indian River Road, Virginia Beach, and the family will receive friends later that evening at 6 p.m. at 328 Sandfiddler Road, Virginia Beach.
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Dearest Colleen and children,
Our hearts are breaking for you at your loss. We are praying fervently for God to encompass you with His peace and love.
Aunt Lora and Uncle Timc
Jim and I are sad to hear of the loss of Paul. It seems too soon and that there was still much more for him to do here on earth.
We will always remember our friendship with Paul during our days at Berklee. He was a good friend. He brought his band from Virginia Beach to the DC area to play in our wedding in 1979.
We extend our love and thoughts to his family and pray that you will feel the comfort of the Holy Spirit during this difficult time. May the memories and the love you shared keep him near you for the rest of your lives.
Jim & Andrea Cannon
Paul was a good friend at Berklee and I spent a summer at his house in VA Beach. Praying for his family that God will surround you with His peace and comfort.
So sorry for your loss. Paul was a patient and caring salesman. We will miss his phone calls
I knew Paul at Berklee. He was part of the Christian group we were all a part of. Now he is home with the One who brought us all together. Peace to your family in these difficult times.
Dear Colleen and family,
I’m very saddened to hear of your loss. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. I hope that the memories that you have are a source of strength as you carry on as Paul’s family.
Colleen, Alex, and Haven,
Mike and I want to send our deepest sympathies. Mike didn’t really have the chance to get to know Paul but I’m happy I have many good memories. I hope you will take comfort in the time you shared together. His love for you will endure.
We are so very sorry to hear of your loss. We came to know Paul through Beach Ford. We had the pleasure of sitting with him for about three hours on our day of closing because the computers were down. He spoke very highly of his wife and mentioned some of his favorite meals that she prepared for him. He also spoke highly of his children. I pray that his family find strength in their time of weakness and I pray that all of your friends and family will lift you up in their prayers. May God be with you all.
Mrs. Spirelis we are sincerely saddened for your family’s loss. I pray that god holds your hearts in his hands and gives your family strength Sam Browns mom and dad.
My “older brother”. You were the first person that I got to “dig into” the bible with. That always meant so much. You grafted me into your family and I’ll always love you and them.
God Bless You And Your Family.
So sorry to hear of Pauls passing. I was his first sale at Beach Ford and enjoyed his calls after the sale. My family was with me at the transaction and we enjoyed our conversation about family and friends.
I knew Paul when he and Renee Broussard use to play at the Christian Coffee House in Norview way back in the ’70’s. My friend, Michael J. Smith, use to play drums with Paul’s band in the early ’80’s. It saddens my heart to know he has passed on but he is with the Lord now. God bless his family and friends.