Condolences for Paula E. Kaisler

Lynn Stanton posted on 7/28/17

i admired Paula for staying true to herself. She was a very strong willed, intelligent and kind lady. I remember one day she called me to come visit her. She had bought something and I just had to come see it. It was her first orchid. She kept it alive for quite sometime with an ice cube to keep it properly watered. She enjoyed her sleep, privacy, didn't gossip, liked to try new snack foods, good pizza and watching tv news, QVC and sports. She reminded me a lot of my mom who I had lost. They had April B days and were both strong loving woman. She was a great person and friend. I will miss her. My sympathy to her dear granddaughter Kris.


Hartland Fire Chief Dave Dean posted on 7/13/17

What a wonderful and classy lady. She could always bring a smile or a chuckle to your face. We will miss her at HFD. Rest in peace


Melissa, Pierre and Paige Rhynes posted on 7/13/17

Kris, your grandmother was lucky to have such a caring and dutiful granddaughter like you. She will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. Our most sincere sympathy.


Mary Ann Grabmeier posted on 7/12/17

Kris, please accept my greatest sympathy again, for the loss of Paula. She was a great friend & neighbor & I know she loved you a lot.



Mary Ann Grabmeier posted on 7/12/17

Paula wasn't just my neighbor, she was a spunky lady who sometimes had a way of keeping us from getting to involved in her personal affairs. She became a great friend over the years. I will miss her a great deal, however I'm glad she is now at peace and reunited with family.