Streets lined with people to bid farewell to lollipop man Paul Maasz

Paul Cockington
(Last Updated On: January 6, 2017)

Over 100 people lined the Street today to pay respect to Paul Maasz as he made his final journey today.

Parents, staff and some of the older school children, along with members of the public lined the street outside of Cockington School where Paul was a lollipop man for 25 years.

Lollipop man and women lowered their stop signs as the hearse passed by.

Paul, who passed away on 13th Decemeber was escorted by bikers from bikers make a difference.

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Many people attended the service at All Saints Church in Torre.

Paul Maasz worked as a lollipop man for 25 years

A gofundme page to help with the costs of the funeral raised over £1300 https://www.gofundme.com/funeral-for-paul

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