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Paula Fay Chester

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1939 – 2018

Paula Fay Chester “Ms. Paula,” 79, went home to heaven on Friday, December 14, 2018, surrounded by family in her final days at her home in Roswell, NM. Please take a moment and share a fond memory or kind expression of sympathy for Paula’s family at www.andersonbethany.com.

Services: A Memorial Service will be held at the Unity Center, 108 E. Bland, in Roswell, NM, on Sunday, December 23, 2018, at 11:00 AM.

Paula was born on Sunday, October 29, 1939, to Malcom and Fay Eudy in Dexter, NM. She graduated from Dexter High School and went on to become a waitress. Paula loved everything about the restaurant business, and new early on that was what she wanted to do. She said she believed everyone should do what they loved, so she did. Paula worked at Pepper’s Grill & Bar, even before they opened she worked for the Roe’s, David Roe, and Neil and Adam Roe. The party season was her favorite, and she loved being busy and all the decorating. Paula was a very sweet, kind, strong, and loving woman who was very proud of her family. They meant the world to her.

Survivors: Paula is survived by her sister, Addie Bell Freeman; daughters, Terina Groslouis, and Peggy Eudy Jackson; grandchildren: Monte and Tracy Clements, Annette and Javier Gaytan, Randy Clements and Noel Roybal, Melodie Jackson and Daniel Guerrero; great-grandchildren: Shad and Kayla York, Shylynn York, Austin York, Breanna Brown and Damian Maxwell, Meaghan Brown and Joseph Sanchez, John T. Brown, Randy Jr. Clements, Isaiah Clements, Elijah Clements, Alexander Clements, Nathaniel Jackson, Josiah McDonald, Salyssia McDonald, Zayden Albert, Catalina Roybal, Zoey Roybal; great-great-grandchildren: Jace, Blake and Baby Frank York, Kristopher, Jimmy, and Shad Jr. York, Xavier, Lilith, Godric Maxwell and Azalynn Sanchez; and numerous nieces and nephews.

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Preceded: Preceding Paula in death were her parents, Malcom and Fay Eudy; sister, Essie Nye; brothers, Gerald Thomas Eudy and Edwin Lee Eudy; and oldest daughter, Twylla Kay Brooks.

Paula was so happy and proud of her five generations.

Paula’s tribute was lovingly written in her honor by her family.

God Saw You

God saw you were

getting tired

and a cure was not to be,

So He put His

arms around you

and whispered,

“Come with Me.”

With tearful eyes

we watched you

And saw you pass away,

And though we

love you dearly,

we could not

make you stay.

A golden heart

stopped beating,

hard working hands

were put to rest.

God broke our hearts

to prove to us…

He only takes the best.

– Author Unknown