Paula Day
1944 - 2021
BORN
1944
DIED
2021
FUNERAL HOME
Eline Funeral Home-Hampstead
934 S Main St
Hampstead, MD
Paula M. Day, 76, of Manchester, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and friend departed this life for the next peacefully Saturday, June 12, 2021 after a brief illness. Born December 15, 1944 in Bridgeport, CT, and raised in Stratford, she was the daughter of the late Paulo DeBernardo and Dorothy (Puffer) Fellowes. She was the wife of Raymond A. Day. Paula lived most of her adult life in Milford, CT. She worked for many years as the Assistant to the Registrar at Housatonic Community College, retiring in 2007. She was an active churchgoer, and a dear friend to all who knew her. Upon retiring, she moved to Manchester to assume her new role of full-time grandmother. She was a loving and enthusiastic grandmother, a devout member of St. Bartholomew Church in Manchester, and was very active in her community. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are her son, Brian Rink and his husband Ben; her granddaughters, Elizabeth and Margaret Rink; and her daughter-in-law, Louisa Sabatino. Services will be private. Arrangements are entrusted to ELINE FUNERAL HOME, Hampstead. In lieu of flowers, memorials donations in her name may be sent to St. Bartholomew Catholic Church, P.O. Box 448 Manchester, MD 21102.
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Published by Carroll County Times on Jun. 16, 2021.
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Thoughts & prayers go out to Paula's family. I got to know her at St. Bart's Care & Share group where we spent many hours creating crafts for the church's Winterfest. She was a fun-loving member and will be greatly missed.
Karen Young
Friend
July 8, 2021
RIP Paula. You was like my mother when I worked as student at Registrar's office. You gave me great advice to continue my education. We used to eat lunch together and you loved everything I cooked especially beef pie. Thank you for everything you did for me . My deepest condolences to Brian, Family and friends.
Enila Magazin
Work
July 6, 2021
RIP Paula. You were more than my coworker at the Registrar´s Office. Thank you for being my friend and for all the good advice you always had for me. Ray, Brian, Family and friends, my deepest condolences.
Milagros Gonzalez (HCC) Bpt, CT
Friend
June 29, 2021
We feel so blessed to have been able to visit with Aunt Paula in May. Although she was feeling tired and weak, she was still the gracious, warm and often funny woman that we remembered. I will always be grateful for the love and support that she gave to my uncle, Raymond Day and the life they made together. She lives on in the crafts she made, the granddaughters that she cherished and all the lives she lovingly touched.
James and Patricia Prue
Family
June 21, 2021
We feel blessed to have been able to visit Aunt Paula in May. She has always been warm and gracious and although it was obvious she wasn’t completely healthy during our visit, she was still the loving, generous and often quite funny person that we remembered. She played a special part in our wedding preparations and I will always be grateful for the love and care she gave to her husband, my Uncle Ray.
James and Patricia Prue
Family
June 21, 2021
We feel blessed to have been able to visit Aunt Paula in May. She has always been warm and gracious and although it was obvious she wasn’t completely healthy during our visit, she was still the loving, generous and often quite funny person that we remembered. She played a special part in our wedding preparations and I will always be grateful for the love and care she gave to her husband, my Uncle Ray.
James and Patricia Prue
Family
June 21, 2021
We feel blessed to have been able to visit Aunt Paula in May. She has always been warm and gracious and although it was obvious she wasn’t completely healthy during our visit, she was still the loving, generous and often quite funny person that we remembered. She played a special part in our wedding preparations and I will always be grateful for the love and care she gave to her husband, my Uncle Ray.
James and Patricia Prue
Family
June 21, 2021
I have known Paula at least 50 years & cherished our friendship deeply. I will remember wonderful memories & will miss her so much. Sadly, you were taken so suddenly. May you Rest In Peace. Till we meet again. To her family & loved ones my condolences❤
Donna Leehy
Friend
June 19, 2021
Paula was my dear friend for 50yrs since I came to this country from Scotland . She was a terrific friend we had so many good times together. Paula used to have us in stitches telling jokes when we worked together at Dictaphone Co in Bpt Ct . Paula I'll miss all our phone calls so much . God Bless you rest in peace .
Kathy Chilson
Friend
June 16, 2021
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