Paul Walden
1930 - 2020
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WALDEN, Paul Paul W. Walden, 90 of Stockbridge, passed away on September 19, 2020. A private graveside service will be on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at Eastlawn Memorial Park. Born on January 18, 1930, in College Park, Paul was the son of the late Ben Henry and Charlie Edith Blankenship Walden. He was drafted into the Army in 1951, two weeks after his marriage to Joyce Rainwater Walden. Following his time in the military, he spent 32 years with Delta Airlines. Paul and Joyce spent time traveling around the world by plane and RV. Paul was steadfast in his love for the Lord and his church, Bethany Baptist Church. He was a committed member of the Seekers Sunday School Class until the past few years. He was a resident of Benton Manor Senior Living Home where he was very active and his days were happy and full of life. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ben and Charlie Walden, sisters Lillian Walden, Frances Walden, Lucile Wilson, Margaret Williams and Merdene Zbinden. Also preceded in death by his brother J.B. Walden. He is preceded in death by his wife Joyce Rainwater Walden and daughter Melinda Walden. He is survived by his daughters, Sharon Tils (Kelly) of Brooks, Paulette Henderson (Wayne) of LaGrange and Robin Murphy (Mike) of Braselton. Grandsons, Michael Tils (Christina) of Vineland, NJ, Joey Boswell (Missy) of Williamson and Mathew Murphy (Pam) of Gainesville. Great-granddaughters, Addison Nebel (Ray) of Sharpsburg, Emma Tils of Peachtree City, and Kylee Huggins of Peachtree City. Sisters, Dorris Orr, and Ruby Mann. He is also survived by a dear friend Bettye Cochran. Those who wish may sign the online guest registry at www.cannonclevelandfunerals.com. Cannon Cleveland Funeral Directors, 770-914-1414.


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Published in Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Sep. 21, 2020.
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September 26, 2020
You are Truly going to be missed.
You and your Wife were not only my Clients , but also my friends. All the BDay cakes and the delicious breakfast were find gestures and Dear to my heart.. I pray that you reached your destination with your Lovely Wife .
Angela
Friend
September 23, 2020
Uncle Paul was such a sweet and loving man. Although it has been many years since l last saw him, I will never forget his smiling face. I have fond memories of him when I lived with the family when I was young, and he always treated me as if I was a part of the family. Sharon, Paulette and Robin, I send my sincere sympathy and pray God will give you comfort.
Phyllis Davis
Family
September 22, 2020
Mr. Paul was one of the sweetest and kindest men I've ever known. We were blessed to be neighbors of he and Joyce for several years. He was a good neighbor and a good friend. Our sympathy to those who loved him and will surely miss him.
Ron and Susan Frederick
September 22, 2020
Prayers for the family. We knew Joyce and Paul while at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Jonesboro. Great, sweet man. Condolences to the family.
Gene and Annette Phillips
September 21, 2020
Paul was one of the kindest people I have ever known. Always so pleasing and respectful. We loved he and Joyce so much. They were such an asset to Bethany Baptist Church. Now they are back together and we know they will enjoy their eternal home.
Patricia Rosser
September 21, 2020
Our deepest condolences on your family’s loss.
Penny Walters
September 21, 2020
Mr. Paul was a JOY to everyone who knew him. Best pound cakes around. I was blessed to have him as a neighbor. He use to stand in the door waiting for me to bring him his paper. Lifting all of you up in prayer. He loved his girls.
Kathy Alexander
Friend
September 21, 2020
Sharon, Paulette, Robin .... We miss him terribly, but rejoice that he is in Heaven in the presence of Jesus. He was such a unique and special man. It was a real pleasure to know and be loved by him.
Bettye Cochran
Significant_other
September 21, 2020
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.
The Staff of Cannon-Cleveland Funeral Directors
September 20, 2020
Grief can be so hard and we will miss him so much, but our special memories help us keep his memory alive. So thankful I got to join and be apart of his family —he was a very special man and a wonderful grandpa —his life and testimony was one to look up to—we love you Matt and Pam Murphy
Pamela Murphy
Family
September 20, 2020
Paul, you will be missed, i always loved seeing you at the reunion, with your beautiful smile. Lily's daughter Patsy
patsy newell
Family
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