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Earlene Paull

September 10, 1920 - August 19, 2012

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Posted by:
jane lindsey

Posted on:
August 19, 2012

Earline was one of the sweetest and loving ladies i ever met.we sure played a lot of bridge and she taught me to play kings in the corner,then would beat me,and we would laugh.i was in to see her 2 weeks ago and when i touched her ankle ,she turned,and said "well janie" she was always so glad to see me and always asked about the card games.she loved her daughter ,and son-in-law and all the granchildren,as they were in her talk all the time..God has an angel in heaven,but we will miss her so much.Seeing her fail this past year has hurt me ,but i know she is in GODS kingdom,rest assured to her family.

Posted by:
Janis(Campbell) Terry

Posted on:
August 19, 2012

I remember the first time I saw Mrs. Paul at First Baptist. I thought she personified a "REAL LADY". I was 13, a freshman at DHS. That was 58 years ago and over these many years when I would visit First Baptist, she would always speak to me, and always remember my name. Carol and Marty you have my deepest sympathy. But isn't it comforting to know we will see her again with our LORD, Jesus Christ. "Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints".Ps 116;15

Posted by:
Shannon Drennen

Posted on:
August 19, 2012

My fondest Memory of Earlene was I was hosting a Senior Event at the hospital and she came and I found out it was her 90th birthday and I presented her with a birthday crown and we all sang happy birthda to her. Her smile was so bright that day you would have thought she won the lottery. She will be sadly missed by all the drivers and I at Jefferson Regional medical Center Transportation/ VIP Care

Posted by:
Robert Oker

Posted on:
August 19, 2012

Always a smile and a kind, optimistic word. She helped Glenda (Wiley, next door neighbor) and me in our early days of marriage. We enjoyed visiting with them in Florida. We always made a trip to the "Country Club," also known as McDonalds.

Posted by:
Carol (Lorenz) Strever

Posted on:
August 19, 2012

Hello Carrol, I just checked in to the Mothershead site & found your Mom's listing. I'm really sorry for your loss. Bill & I have moved back up by our girls & grand kids. He was seriously injured in an accident last July & the girls talked us into moving bac to be close to them. It was a wise decision. However, now I never get DeSoto information very much. I hope this finds the two of you doing well. God bless you! Carol (Lorenz) Strever