Paula Allison Mank
1951 - 2021
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On April 6,2021, Paula Allison Mank (nee Morlock); loving wife of Robert Harry Mank and loving sister of Donna Cromer and George Morlock passed away at the age of 69 at her home in Joppa, Maryland with her loving husband by her side. Paula was born in Baltimore on November 2, 1951 and grew up in the Towson area and attended Towson High School. She spent much of her working career as a settlement officer with Grempler Realty and Sentinel Title. One of her proudest achievements was serving for several years in the US Naval Reserve. Paula met her husband Bob at work in 1990 and they were married on November 2, 1991. Their 30-year marriage was filled with love both for each other and their pets. Paula was an amazing crafts person and did Stained Glass and Wall Stenciling creations not only in her own home but for many friends and clients. She also delighted in card creation and her holiday cards were looked forward to by everyone. But her great passion was gardening where she spent every available day-¬most especially in the past two years rebuilding after her home was consumed by fire. She was a longtime member of the Christian Science Church and she and Bob and their wonderful friends Cathy and Jim Walter went on various trips all over the US, Canada, and Europe. Paula was described by many as the person who lit up the room with her warm laughter and personality, she will be missed by all who met her over the years.

There is no service planned at the present time, but a Memorial Service is planned for the Summer in the Garden that that she loved. She is at rest with God. Online condolences may be left at www.highviewfuneralservice.com


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Published in Baltimore Sun on Apr. 9, 2021.
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