Kathy J. Paul

February 9, 1953 - February 4, 2020

Age 66, of the Town of Gainesville, passed away at home on February 4, 2020 under the care of hospice and her loving family.

She was born February 9, 1953 in Warsaw, daughter of the late Raymond and Helen Dieter Gayhart. Kathy was a graduate of Warsaw Central School and she worked for forty-eight years at the East Side Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Warsaw.

Kathy was an avid flower gardener and enjoyed walking. She enjoyed barrel racing and always enjoyed the tug of war competitions during the July 4th celebrations in Warsaw.

Surviving are her husband of forty-five years, Wayne Paul, whom she married on November 16, 1974; her daughters, Jennifer (Ted) Warner of Castile, Bonnie (Barry) Grisewood of Castile, Lois (George) Booth of Covington; her grandchildren, Faith Warner, Kendra Warner, Landon Warner, Samantha Warner, Ashley Grisewood, Ryan Grisewood, Lucas Grisewood, Brittany Booth, Joshua Booth and Sandy Cushman; her brother, Keith Gayhart of Hume; several nieces and nephews. She was the sister of the late Sherwood, Elwin, Raymond, Richard, Willard, Donald and Phillip Gayhart.

Friends may call Saturday, February 8, 2020 from 1 – 3 PM at the Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, 246 N. Main St., Warsaw where Kathy’s funeral service will be held immediately following visitation at 3 PM. Private burial will be in Union Park Cemetery, Wethersfield Springs. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 101 John J. Audubon Pkwy., Amherst, NY 14228 or the Wyoming County Animal Shelter, 4380 State Route 19, Silver Springs, NY 14550.

Important Dates

February 8, 2020 : Calling hours for Kathy J. Paul - 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

February 8, 2020 : Funeral service for Kathy J. Paul - 3:00 PM

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Feb 8.20 from Janet Bauer:

So sorry for your loss Wayne and girls.  I will always remember the times spent chatting with Kathy and the many hours spent with Jenny and Bonnie.  She raised a great family as to this day, I meet one of girls they always speak.  Prayers to all.

Feb 7.20 from Karen R. Stothers:

Having worked with Kathy at East Side ( even before she was married), It was truly a privilege. There was no better coworker. She always gave 110% of her time and her heart to everyone. She loved all of her family as you all well know. She will be remembered with a smile. anyone who knew her, will miss her. God bless and keep her loved ones! Always Karen R. Stothers

Feb 6.20 from Beatrice Rafferty:

I am so sorry for your loss

Feb 6.20 from Lucinda Perrine:

To the Paul Family, I am Truley saddened to hear of Kathys passing. I have some fond memories of Kathy. May she RIP now and I’m praying for you at this most difficult time.

Feb 6.20 from Sharon True:

Dear Bonnie and Family,  My heart is broken for all you.  Even though I never met your Mom, I could tell from our conversations she was such a great person. Please know that your hearts will mend with time.  Your Mom lived a full life and that is why so many people loved her and will remember her.  I am so sorry sorry god took her from all you so soon but she will live in your hearts forever.  You are in my thoughts.

Feb 5.20 from Wayne Paul:

I’m deeply sorry for your loss. Kathy my aunt was a wonderful loving women funny all around a amazing strong person I love you and miss you may God watch over you as you become a beautiful angel

Feb 5.20 from John & Sandy Tiede:

Our hearts are so sad for your loss.  A wonderful foster sister from years ago.  May she Rest In Peace.