Paul E. Charon


Paul Edward Charon, 62, passed away into the loving arms of his Lord and Savior on June 5, 2020 after a valiant battle with complications from the COVID-19 virus.

Paul was born on November 20, 1957 to Frederick and Esther (Armstrong) Charon. He was the youngest of the five siblings. Paul graduated from Saratoga Springs High School in 1975. Paul was always in pursuit of a higher education and it took him across the U.S. He received an Automotive Engineering degree from HVCC, a Multidiscipline Engineering degree from the University of Portland, and a Human Relations degree from FMCC as well as many certificates. His love for higher education continued into his adult life and he pursued a degree from South College in Tennessee to become a Radiology Technician which he graduated with in 2013. He relocated back to New York and spent his days going from nursing home to nursing home as a traveling X-Ray Technician. He loved his work helping people.

In his free time Paul enjoyed being in the outdoors; whether he was hiking trails, hunting, fishing or grilling. He spent time volunteering for both the Red Cross and the Adirondack Mountain Club. He always enjoyed hosting Easter dinner in his home with family and friends.

Paul was predeceased by his parents Frederick and Esther Charon, his brothers Frederick G. Charon and Eric R. Charon.

He is survived by his sister Faith Feathers (Carl) of Ballston Spa, NY, his brother Gregory Charon (Mary Ann) of Mechanicville, NY, his sons Kyle Charon (Liz) of Burnt Hills, NY and Ryan Charon (Bailey) of Hartford, NY; nephews Peter Charon (Heather) of Warrensburg, NY, Nathan Charon of Albany, NY; nieces Charon Feathers (Scott Jacob) of Galway, NY and Jennifer Charon of Albany, NY; and his close friends Wilma Bandt, Carol Howell, Robin and Fred Schwedt.

The family would like to include a special thank you to the wonderful staff at the ICU in Saratoga Hospital for their hard work and dedication caring for Paul during his stay with them.

Services will be held on a later date.

In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation to the American Red Cross in honor of Paul Charon.

Guest Book

Rich Schultz

So sorry to hear of the passing of your brother Greg. My most sincere condolences to you and your family.

Colleen Adair

My dearest Paul
I am so thankful for the life we had and all of the crazy adventures. Memories I will always treasure. I will love our boys for you and tell our future grandchildren all about your giving loving soul. Miss you dearly❤❤
Love you and shine down on us with your love and protection
Colleen

Robin Schwedt

As Pauls friends and family we’ve all had the pleasure of knowing and loving an extraordinary person.
We’ve shared his compassion, generosity and zest for life...sadly now we share the sadness of his loss. A love like his will live on through all of us, let’s pay it forward and live out his legacy.
We will all miss you Paul. Rest easy good friend. Love always, Robin and Al

Dawn and Lee Kosiba

Sending our sympathy and thinking of you all.

Michael Murphy

He was a fun loving man. He surely will be missed. Sending thoughts and prayers to the whole family.

Ardella Baxter Hutchins

Thoughts go out to Paul's family. This is so sad. I remember Paul well from BSHS. May the memories that you have of Paul sustain you during this difficult time.

Dane Elwell

Rest easy uncle Paul, say hi to my pops for me.., you were there for me a lot when I was young..
And for that I am grateful.

Elizabeth Hanna Kaplan

I will always remember Paul as a nice person with a kind heart. My sincere condolences to the family.

Wayne and Lynn White

We met Paul right before Bailey and Ryan's wedding. Seemed like a very quiet and gentle man. I won't forget his great smile. He will be missed.

Carol Howells

We love you and will miss you greatly. You brightened our day's and gave us sleepless nights at times.
That was just you!!
Love ya bunches,
Carol

Gregory L Charon

Rest In Peace Brother❤️