September 10, 1955 - April 25, 2020
Paul MacAllister, age 64, of Bear, DE, passed away on Saturday, April 25, 2020.
Born in Wilmington, DE on September 10, 1955, he was a son of the late Russell H. and Mary F. (Maguire) MacAllister. Paul graduated from Newark High School and was a jack of all trades. His latest gig was working in transportation for Kellogg Marine Supply.
In his younger years, Paul was an avid baseball player. He loved driving and building race cars. Paul could always be found in his garage with his friends working on his latest project. He could make anything run better and faster. Much additional time was spent drag racing at Cecil Country Dragway. Even when he could no longer participate, he would watch from the parking lot. When he wasn’t racing cars, he loved riding his motorcycle and could spend hours riding throughout the countryside. Paul also enjoyed fishing.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Patty (Leahy) MacAllister; brother, Stephen J. MacAllister; sister, Joan M. Brockell; and brother in laws, Dick Brockell, Jr. and Scott A. Stone. Paul is survived by his sister, Mary E. MacAllister of Elkton; brother, James M. MacAllister (Wendi) of Elkton; nieces and nephews, Christine, Rick (Carrie), Michael, Caitlin (Corey) and Kyle; and great niece and nephews, Peyton, Ricky and Ryder.
All services and interment will be held privately due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Paul’s name to a charity of your choice.
5 Condolences for Paul MacAllister
Sandy & Trish
Hey Mac & Jimmy we are so sorry for your loss😢 The video is a great representation of Pauly Wally. Rest In Peace Paul and enjoy heaven with Patty❤️❤️.
Beautiful video Mary. He and Patty had a good life together. Thanks for sharing your pictures. I’m sorry for your loss. Sweet, caring man.
Maureen (Leahy) Remedio
Mary Mac and Jimmy,
I am sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. My thought and prayers are with you and your family at this time and I pray that you find peace during this difficult time. Bless you all.
Love, Sue (Susie)
So sorry to learn of this tragedy and also just now learning about the passing of Scott. Know that my heart aches for you.
Much Love and Compassion,
I first met Paul when we were in 7th or 8th grade. I had the biggest crush on him back then & thought he was probably one of the nicest boys I ever met. He had a sharp, dry wit which was utterly unmatched & he used to make me laugh all the the time. I regret I did not know him as an adult. After Newark High School many of us went our separate ways. Salute Paul…….may your gentle & loving spirit be at peace………..