In Celebration of

Paul Likuski

January 24, 1964 -  August 25, 2023

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our brother, son, and father Paul Likuski much too early at the age of 59.

A force of nature, generosity and huge heart, Paul was well known in the Oakville, Burlington and surrounding areas as the owner of a highly successful painting company.

Paul was all about maintaining close relationships with family and friends often finding a way to support them when needed. His loss will be far reaching. He was a loving, proud and devoted dad to his son Adam and was great companion and care giver to his fur babies Hapi and the (late) Phoenix.

Paul grew up a dedicated and thoughtful son to Henry and (late) Betty Likuski, attending Gracedale P.S., G.B. Warren J.H., and Emery Collegiate before graduating from York University.

There is nothing like losing a father or a son, at any age, and our hearts go out to his son Adam and his father Henry Likuski during this sad time. Paul will be dearly missed by his siblings and their spouses, Joe (Patty), Patrick (Lynn), and Roanna (Robert) along with Adam’s mother Diane.

His nieces and nephews will greatly miss their much-loved Uncle Paul – Heather, Ian, Robin (Chris), Rose (Fernando) as well as great niece Evelyn, and honorary nieces Grace and Katy along with uncles, aunts, cousins, and many others with whom he shared his love and called family.

We would like to thank all his many loyal employees and friends who have supported Paul over the years.

The Toronto Maple Leafs have lost one of their most devoted fans. Whether his passing will cause the Leaf’s to win the cup in his honour or result in another close call because he is missing in the stands, only time will tell.

At Paul’s request, there will be a private funeral held in his memory. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Paul’s name to your nearest Animal Shelter.


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Jennifer Brownson (Friend)

Entered August 30, 2023 from Burlington

Condolences and appreciation to Paul’s family, who made him the living person he was. The world has lost some colour for those who knew Paul, he is irreplaceable.

Tricia Rakos (cousin)

Entered August 30, 2023 from High River

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Paul. Although we never met - my mom (Joy Croteau) had spoken of him many times and shared life happenings over the years. My thoughts are with the family at this hard time. It is never easy to lose a loved one - especially so young and so sudden. Sending hugs to everyone out east.

Glenn Fedoruk (Friend (west coast family ))

Entered August 30, 2023 from Langley BC

I was fortunate to have Paul come out and stay on the west coast a couple of days just before his passing . Paul and I go back msny years and to see him it’s as if time stood still and felt like yesterday. He considered my family and myself to be his west coast family and we felt the same about him . We will miss you Paul . I know you will find peace . Save me a spot on that cloud bro .

Dianne Eilertsen (Friend)

Entered August 30, 2023 from Tappen B.c.

I met Paul 40 years ago in Langley b.c. I kept informed about Paul through my nephew Glenn. They gave been friends for many years. Wishing the family my condolences.. .. he was much too young

Ian Cuthbert (friend)

Entered August 30, 2023 from Mississauga

Sorry for your loss


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