Paul Alan Carew

November 17, 1942May 4, 2019

Paul Alan Carew took his flight home on May 4th 2019, in Arlington ,TX. He was born to the late Roosevelt Carew and Ida (Molson) Carew on November 17th 1942 in Grand Rapids, MI.

Paul acquired a host of talents: carpentry, construction, and he graduated with honors from a skilled trade school. His best talent was as a chef. He loved cooking. He retired from Steelcase after 15 years of service. He had a wonderful smile that would light up the room when he was in it. Paul was a member of Bethel Pentecostal Church for over 30 years, where he was truly loved. His Brother in Christ, James Abney and he were inseparable.

Paul is preceded in death by his parents: Roosevelt and Ida Carew, his brother Carl Carew and sister in-law Mary C. Carew, sister in-law Maxine Carew and our very special Aunt Helen Levy. He is survived by his wife Juanita Kay Carew, three children; Jeffrey Carew Sr. ( Kerry), Portia Carew, Stephanie Carew. Grandchildren: Tristan Carew, Aaron Mabry, Brandon Carew, Jordan Carew, Jeffrey Carew Jr. ,Tre Carew. Great grandchildren: Dominyck Carew, Jada Carew and Bentley Carew. Sisters: Oletta Threats, Helen Gibson, Sharon Gibbs, and Brenda Elem. Brothers: Donald ( Virginia) Carew, Marvin (Faith) Carew, and Raymond Carew and a special Niece Karla Hollingsworth, and a host of nieces nephews and cousins.

He was also very close to his wife's family: children Anthony Strozier (Katrine), Antoinne Strozier (his caregiver), Arvil Little (Eva) and Marvin Little (his caregiver), Barbara Lewis; grandchildren T.J. Strozier, Cory Little, Danielle Stevens (Justin), Darrel Lewis; great-grandchildren Ari Stevens, McKenzie Little, Malachi Little; brothers Otis Strozier (his caregiver) and Edward Driver (Burnetta). Special niece Twyla Nelson; special cousin Lynetta Hatter and a host of nieces nephews and cousins. The family will hold a private remembrance at a later date.


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Paul Alan Carew

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