Paulette J Rayner

October 6, 1950September 1, 2020

Today, September 1, 2020, after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's disease, Paulette J Rayner, (nee Sifnotis), 69 years young, passed away.

Paulette will be lovingly remembered by her sister, Neleen (Richard) Utterback, her adoring niece Tracy (Larry) O'Byrne and nephew Michael Utterback. She was an awesome GreatAunt to Sophie, Lucas and Demi O'Byrne. Paulette was a cherished cousin and wonderful friend to many, both near and far.

Due to the current health crisis, services for Paulette will be private.

Internment at Irving Park Mausoleum, Friday, September 4, 2020.

In lieu of flowers, memorials would be greatly appreciated to The Autism Speaks foundation.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Paulette J Rayner

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fran abruscato vines

September 16, 2020

i always loved paulette! when she went out with my brother bob many many years ago i was in love with her! i was a little girl and so looked up to her. our families were good friends. so sorry to hear of her loss. so young. thoughts and prayers to you neleen and the rest of the family

Suzann Collins

September 5, 2020

I was just thinking about her and was so sad to see this. My Godmother. My mom so adored her and I have so many memories of days past. Much love and condolences to you all during this time. I will be lifting you all in prayer

Karen D’Aguiar

September 4, 2020

Cherished Memories Of My Dear Friend
Chicago Vacations
Return Visits To London
Exciting Road Trips
Too Many Cosmo’s
Left, Right, Centre
What Happens In Vegas, Mexico, UK........
Too Dearly Loved To Be Forgotten
Paulette Rayner - RIP xx


September 4, 2020

I had the pleasure an onor to meet Paulette while working for ELLO Furniture. During those 22 years I learned a lot from her and for this I'm very grateful. Her style, intelligence, humor,generosity but a, above all, her friendship, will remain unforgettable. Her loss is leaving a big hole in your Family and among her Friends but I wish you all that her smile and the joy she brought wherever she was will stay in your mind and soon replace the sadness of today.

Sue Agapiou

September 3, 2020

I will always remember and cherish the fun, laughter and many cocktails that we’ve shared over the years and around the world.

Lynn Ingram

September 2, 2020

You will be forever in the hearts of family and friends.


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