Paula M. McCarraher

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Nov 22 1974
Apr 17 2018
43 Years

Paula M. McCarraher, 43, of Westwood, passed away on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at the Garden Spring Center Nursing home in Willow Grove, PA. She was the wife of James E. McCarraher, Jr. Born in Coatesville, she was the daughter of Brenda M. McNutt and Michael R. Sokso. 

Paula was an area resident most of her life and a 1993 graduate of Coatesville Area High School. She was employed by Freedom Village in the dining department.

She is also survived, by three children; James E. McCarraher, III of Folsom, CA, Jessica J. McCarraher of Pottstown and Elizabeth McCarraher of Coatesville and one granddaughter Alaina Miller.

Memorial services will be held on Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 11:00 AM at the Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main St. Parkesburg, PA with visitation from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM. 

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made to the GoFundMe account to help offset the cost of funeral expenses.  Click here to make a donation: https://www.gofundme.com/qwskcx-paula-mccarraher039s-funeral
 
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg.  Online condolences can be posted at www. wildefuneralhome.com 
  

Service Date: 
May 30 2018 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
Wilde Funeral Home

Condolences

I will also be your "brat". You will always have a big part of my heart. You taught me so much. Cooking, driving, music, how to be a great mom, and so much more. I will always cherish our times together with Alaina at the park, shopping, making dinner together. I will forever hold these memories deep in my heart. I love you forever and always. 

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To My Lovely Daughter,  You were always my little angel and always will be.  I love you so, so much and it hurts so badly that you were taken from me, your kids and granddaughter, the rest of your family and friends so soon.  You were always smiling even though bad times you kept my heart going each and every day rather I saw you that day or not. Just knowing I could pick up the phone and call you and you were there. It is so hard to go on but I will be alright because you want me too be.  Fly High Baby Girl and Rest In Peace.  Forever grateful i was given a wonderful daughter.  Love you always and forever. Until we meet again.   Mom

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To Brenda, Charlie and the rest of the family who don't recall me very well. My heart aches for your loss I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers 

 

-SIncerly, MIckee 

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My deepest sympathy for the loss of your mother, daughter, granddaughter and family member. Paula was my daughter-in-law and sadly was taken far too soon from us. She gave me three beautiful grandchildren Jimmy, Jessica and Lizzie who will miss her always. Rest in peace Paula. You will be missed and always in my thoughts.Elizabeth (Betyann) Hildebrand

 

 

 

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Paula,

I do not pretend to understand. I do know that I was always so happy to call you my Niece. You have been in our family for such a long time that I do not know what it feels like not having you with us, until now. I enjoyed times we spent together, our long talks and sharing girl stuff. I can only pray that you are at peace. Please know that you are loved and  missed dearly.

Thank you for giving me such beautiful, smart and kind  great Nieces and a great Nephew. 

Love you and miss you girl!

Aunt Ann

Anastasia Zelek Small

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Dear Brenda and family:  I am so truly sorry for your loss  May God hold you all tightly as you go through this painful period  Remember this isn’t goodbye it is See You Later  

 

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I didn't know you well Paula but you were such a nice girl. I enjoyed working with you. Your Aunt Trina & Uncle Timmy loved you very much. You will be missed. R.I.P. Paula & fly high. Love, Linda Brown

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You have my deepest sympathy for your loss and my heart goes out to your entire family. One day death will be undone and you will embrace Paula again under better conditions. Acts 24:15 & Psalms 37:11,29. I hope these words will bring you a measure of comfort. Wishing you peace at this time.

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