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Katie Mae Paul

December 30, 1942 ~ April 4, 2020 (age 77)


Life Summary

Jesus Comforts His Followers

Jesus said, “Don’t be troubled. Trust in God, and trust in me. There are many rooms in my Father’s house.  I would not tell you this if it were not true.  I am going there to prepare a place for you.  After I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back. Then I will take you with me, so that you can be where I am.  You know the way to the place where I am going.”  John 14:1-4

An angel on earth has earned her wings in heaven.  Mother Katie L. Paul passed on into heaven,  from our midst  on the afternoon of April 4, 2020 at University Hospital.

Katie Mae Paul, was born in Warren County, Georgia on December 30, 1942.  She was the oldest daughter of twelve children born to Johnson and Thelma Norris.  At an early age, became a member of Union Springs Baptist Church and later recommitted and joined the House of God House of Prayer for All Nations, Inc. in 1982 under the teaching of the late Mother Ozeliene Strother and Dr. Arlander H. Nolley, Sr. Later, Mother Katie M. Paul and husband, Elder Robert L. Paul established Seven Day Commandments Keepers Holiness Church, Inc., in Norwood, Georgia as an Ordained Mother where they continued to teach and preach God’s word.

Mother Katie Paul received her education from Norwood Elementary School and Warren County School System.  She spent fifteen years at Uniform Rental located in Decatur, as a Pressor Operator, where she retired. Mother Paul was well known and loved in her community as “Katie or Kate” and as a strong leader in her family.

Mother Katie Paul was preceded in death by her husband of thirty-six years, Elder Robert L. Paul;  her father, Johnson Norris, her oldest brother, Jessie Norris, and  brother, Alfonza Norris.

Mother Katie Paul, leaves behind cherished memories with her mom, Thelma Norris, Norwood, GA; daughter, Elaine Kennedy, Stone Crest, GA; two grandsons; Roderick Kennedy and Teddious Woods, Atlanta, GA; daughters, Itanga Hughes, Sherry Hughes both of Augusta, GA, Terry Hughes, Camak, GA, Monique Brooks, Quinetta (Derese) Ellis, Lithonia, GA, Bernice Kines, Fort Pierce, FL; sons, Ronnie Paul, White Plains, FL, Johnnie Lee Paul, Atlanta, GA, Rufus (Constance) Lowe, Augusta, GA, James (Lori) Hughes, VA, Kenny (Sandy) Stone Mountain, GA; cherished memories with her brothers, Willie (Eva Lee) Norris, Decatur, GA, Johnnie (Diane) Norris, Decatur, GA; Johnson (Amber) Norris, Jr., Stone Mountain, GA, Terry (Natasha) Norris, Wildomar, CA; sisters, Geraldine Norris, Sara Ann Smith both of Decatur, GA, Jessie Lou Harris, Lithonia, GA, Elizabeth (Curtis) Perry, Atlanta, GA, Betty (Willie) Hardy, Norwood, GA; and a host of cherished memories with grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, god-daughters, god-sons, and cousins.

Services entrusted to Dawson’s Mortuary ~98 Hopgood St. Warrenton, GA.

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