Mildred Millie' Paul

mildred paul
Mildred “Millie” Paul, 95, of Hamden, CT, formerly of Milford, CT, passed away peacefully on January 29, 2018 at Hamden Health Care Center. Mrs. Paul was born in Racine, Wisconsin on February 3, 1922 to the late Joseph and Francis Stastny. Much of her childhood was spent in Chicago, Illinois until she met and married the late James Paul on October 3, 1941 in South Bend, Indiana. Eventually settling in the town of Milford, she and her husband of 45 years raised two children. Mildred was gregarious, an avid reader, had a passion for chocolate, loved to shop, and was always eager to try everything “new” on the market. She worked at Sunrunner Transport in North Haven for many years and was appreciated by all of her coworkers. Mildred is survived by her two children; a son, Donald Paul, and a daughter, Linda Montauti; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. One of Mildred’s favorite prayers reads as follows: For food and all the gifts of love, we give thee thanks and praise. Look down oh Father from above, and bless us all our days. Mildred was loved immensely and will be missed more than words could ever convey. May she rest in eternal peace. At her request, no services will be held. If you wish to send a gift of remembrance in Mildred’s name please visit the First Church of Christ in Milford, or Connecticut Hospice,

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  1. All of Millie’s friends at Sunrunner send our condolences to her family. She was truly our mother hen during her many years of employment with us . She is very special and will always be remembered for her caring kindness.

  2. I know your hearts are heavy . May the Lord lighten them and keep wonderful memories fresh in your minds. Our Prayers and thoughts are with you. The Pfohl family

  3. I know you will miss Grandma, but with time the pain of losing her will lessen and you will remember all the sweet memories made with her. May God Bless you Millie!

  4. Many loving thoughts go out to you and your family today- And many hearts are hoping you’ll find strength and comfort in knowing that Grandma is resting peacefully in God’s arms.

  5. .Thoughts of you are gently wrapped in little prayers. So very sorry for the loss of your Grandmother. She is now your BEST angel watching closely as you move through each day. May Heaven smile on you . God bless!

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