Pauline Elizabeth Paul
1923 - 2021
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Pauline Elizabeth Paul, 98, formerly of Dearborn Heights, went to be with her Lord Wednesday, June 2, 2021. She was born February 10, 1923 in Box Elder, Montana. Pauline married Captain Elmer Paul (US Army) on April 22, 1946 in Ypsilanti. She was preceded in death by her husband. Pauline was a longstanding faithful member of Stephens United Methodist Church. Her strong faith was an inspiration and a positive influence on many lives. Pauline is survived by her son Douglas (Linda) Paul, daughter Linda (Daryl) Amrozowicz, and son Donald (Kristi) Paul; grandchildren Michael, Katie, Jerome, David (Kristin), Elizabeth and Daniel. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 9 at Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, 1570 Monroe St, Dearborn with Rev. Stephen Perrine and Chaplain Daryl Amrozowicz officiating. Gathering from 9 a.m. at the church. Interment Cadillac Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to the Dearborn Chapel of the Howe-Peterson Funeral Home.

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Published in Heritage Newspapers on Jun. 9, 2021.
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June 11, 2021
Pauline was a beautiful Godly woman inside and out. I enjoyed the times I spent with her when she shared stories about her childhood and life with her family . I am confident that heaven has welcomed her with open and living arms.
Gloria Wentworth
Friend
June 8, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Kaitlan Landry
Family
June 7, 2021
What a blessing to know a strong Christian woman like you, Pauline. When I moved to MI and found Stephens UM your smiling face was in the choir, the youth, Sunday school and Bible study. Your calm and steady spirit has filled your life, family and friends. How blessed a person was to have you even say their name. Thank you God for this spirit filled family and woman you shared with the world for 98 years. You knew her before she was born, and I know you must be happy to have her beside you again. Love to your family Pauline. Thank you for sharing her with us.

Sandy and Chris Imboden
Sandra and Chris Imboden
Friend
June 7, 2021
Hugs, love and prayers go out to Linda, Donald and Doug and their families. It saddened me terribly to hear about your mom’s passing. Your mom held a special place in my heart and the hearts of my family. She was a neighbor and friend like no other in her caring and giving ways. I will always remember my childhood days of her making her famous kettle corn for the kids in the neighborhood and her teaching me how to make it. I still make it once in awhile and will make a batch in her memory on Tuesday to celebrate her life. I remember all of my talks with Mrs. Paul over the fence while she was tending to her garden. She was always so generous in sharing her bounty. I remember days as a kid sitting on her front porch helping her string green beans. In my later years while coming back home to visit I couldn’t wait to either see Mrs. Paul by the fence for a conversation or visit her at her house. She was truly a very special woman whom I feel so fortunate to have had in my life. She will be missed deeply. My only regret is that I never got back to Michigan to see her this past year thanks to covid. My heart will be with you Linda, Donald, Doug and all who loved your mom while you celebrate the life of such a kind and loving woman. Rest In Peace Mrs. Paul, you are missed already. Love, Helen
Helen(Budzik)Badarak
Neighbor
June 6, 2021
I'm so sorry to hear about Mrs. Paul. My heart goes out to my childhood friends, Linda, Donnie, and Doug. So many great memories on Clippert Street. Hugs and prayers.
Julie Cutler (Mann)
Neighbor
June 4, 2021
Doug, Linda, Don and the rest of Mrs Paul’s family. I was so sorry to hear of Mrs Paul’s passing. She was the best neighbor that any family could have! Our family lived next door to her, Mr Paul and the kids from the time the subdivision was first built in 1959. There are so many memos that I have of her and the whole family! They were part of my childhood and adult life until I moved into my own home. Things I remember most about Mrs Paul are her kind, loving and giving nature. She would do anything for anyone. When I think of Mrs Paul I think of these things: kind and living neighbor, gardening, raspberries that she always shared with her neighbors, backyard chats over the fence, porch visits and great conversations, the sweet smell of her peonies in her back yard, she and my pops watched out for each other in their later years after their children had left their nests and they each had lost their spouses. Neighbors like Mrs Paul and the Paul family are not very common these days and I will always have wonderful memories of her and her family. I pray that God keep her family in his loving arms as they all grieve her loss.
Cindy Rekowski (Budzik)
Neighbor
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