Mike "Red" Paschal
March 16, 1951 – April 10, 2018
Funeral service for Mike "Red" Paschal, 67, of Anniston, will be held at 11 AM on Friday, April 13th, 2018 at Gray Brown-Service Mortuary with Rev. Bobby Brooks officiating. Burial will follow at Anniston Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends an hour prior (10AM) to the service at the funeral home. Mr. Paschal passed away Tuesday at his home.
Survivors include his wife of 45 years, Judy Paschal; daughters Alisha "Lisa" Clarke (Tim), Mykayla Paschal (Dylan Upchurch); granddaughter Gracie Vaughan; and his chihuahuas Zoe, Chloe, Prissy, and Si.
Mr. Paschal is preceded in death by his mother, Willie Joe Miller; his grandmother Ida Mae Rinehart; brother James Edward Paschal; sisters Betty and Patricia; and son-in-law Tim Clarke.
Pallbearers will be Gene Moore, Kenneth Sears, Joe Clark, John Waugh, Craig and Gage Curvin.
Mr. Paschal worked in contruction for 45+ years. He was a family man who loved taking care of his wife and children. He loved to fish and watch Alabama Football. He will be greatly missed.
- Judy Paschal, Wife of 45 years
- Alisha "Lisa" (Tim) Clarke, Daughter
- Mykayla (Dylan Upchurch) Paschal, Daughter
- Gracie Vaughan, Granddaughter
- Zoe, Chloe, Prissy and Si, His Chihuahuas
- Gene Moore
- Kenneth Sears
- Joe Clark
- John Waugh
- Craig Curvin
- Gage Curvin
- Visitation Friday, April 13, 2018
- Funeral Service Friday, April 13, 2018
Mike "Red" Paschal
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Danny Lee Jerry Hunter
April 13, 2018
Red was old school, and I mean that in a positive way. He would help you with anything and give you the shirt off his back should you need it. He and my father, R.G. Lee, and his wife Shirley were very good friends and I wanted to express my deepest condolences on our and their behalf. I am sure he would want this, as they both fished together a lot, and there are MANY hilarious stories regarding fishing that I want go into here. Mike was someone you could trust...if he said it, you could take it to the bank. He will be sorely missed, they don't make 'em like that anymore.
Mike is the kind of man I would like my children and grandchildren to grow up with his character.