E. Paynter

E. Paula Paynter

Monday, December 25th, 1922 - Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019
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John and Linda Meckley

Posted at 12:25pm
We have been Paula’s across the street neighbors and friends since 1997. She was very independent, well read and very interesting to talk to. She loved to go to the Aspetuck Valley Club where she and her late husband Tom were founding members. She invited us a number of times to join her for a meal. Paula loved flowers especially when Jack would bring her bouquets on special occasions. We will miss Paula. May she rest in peace. Jack and Linda Meckley

Scott Perry

Posted at 08:13pm
Paula was a dear friend of ours and she will be missed. We visited with her as often as her vanity would permit and she always appreciated the visits, especially when we brought one of our dogs. She was adamently independent, living in her house on Lyons Plain Road until the end. She was also an intrepid bridge player who taught my wife to be brave in bidding and was my wife, Carol's original bridge partner at the bridge club at AVCC. A founding member of Aspetuck Valley Country Club she is known and will be missed by many members of the local club, and community. She had a great sense of humor, an easy smile and a real appreciation for the beauty of our town, the passing of the seasons, and the birds she fed outside her window. god rest her soul.
Scott and Carol Perry
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