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Ms. Paula L. Clark
Lester Lackey & Sons Funeral Home Inc.
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Lester Lackey & Sons Funeral Home Inc.


Home Going Service


Ms. Paula L. Clark

June 24, 1967~December 21, 2014

Sunday, December 28, 2014

2:30 P.M.

Bethabara Missionary Baptist Church

Hwy. 36

Covington, Ga. 30014

Pastor Carl Jones, Eulogist

Assisted by Others

      Ms. Paula Lorraine Clark was born June 24, 1967 in Monticello, Georgia to the late Mr. Charles Edward Clark and Ms. Barbara Stone. She was also known to family and friends as "Big P".

      Paula attended Jasper County public school. She attended Word of Praise Church, as she gave her life to God in 2000. She was employed with Piccadilly.

      Paula was a bright soul, she was full of life and laughter. She enjoyed making people laugh with all her silly jokes. Paula enjoyed cooking, cleaning and giving a helping hand when and where it was needed.

       Paula departed this earthly life on December 21, 2014. She was preceded in death by her father, Mr. Charles Clark, one granddaughter, Jermaya Wilder, two uncles, Mr. Tommy Hicks and Mr. Nathaniel Hicks.

      She leaves to cherish her memories, her mother, Ms. Barbara Stone, daughter, Ms. Natasha Clark, three grandchildren, Zikiaraua Ellison, Ja'Qug Wilder and China Wilder, five sisters, Ms. Tammy Stanley, Ms. Debra Stanley, Ms. Shereka Clark, Ms. Marquita Therman and Ms. Ketta Therman, three brothers, Mr. & Mrs. Charles (Irene) Stanley, Mr. Stanley Hillman and Mr. Jeremy Therman, two uncles, Mr. & Mrs. Charles (Rubie Smith) Terry and Mr. J.C. Hicks, close cousins, Mr. & Mrs. Antonio (Tricia) Hubert, Mr. & Mrs. Donald (Sandra) Hardwick, Mr. James Clark, Ms. Joann Clark, Ms. Cassandra Clark, Ms. Annie Pearl Clark, Ms. Lanette Clark, Mr. Corey Clark and Mr. Micheal Mathis and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.


Flower Ladies

The family of the late Ms. Paula Lorraine Clark would like to express our most sincere appreciation to all the extended family, friends, and neighbors for all prayers, thoughts and assistance during this time. Your loving kindness will never be forgotten. Thank you and may God continue to bless you.        
                                                             The Family