Paula Lyn Knight

April 21, 1968July 15, 2018

Paula Lyn Knight, Passed away at home on July 15,2018, at the age of 50 years old. Paula was born on 04/21/1968 in Cleveland, Ohio. Paula lived in Cleveland and worked at Cartruck Packaging until she passed away. Paula was survived by her beloved children Michael, Jenny, Shawn of Cleveland Ohio; Marlana, Buddy, Ashley, Rachael of Cleveland Ohio. Many Grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Sister Barb of Florida, Debbie of Richfield, many other siblings and boyfriend Tony.

Inurnment Fairview Cemetery 3990 Brecksville Rd. Richfield, Ohio Plot 46 Space 5 Monday August 6, 2018 2:00PM


  • Inurnment Monday, August 6, 2018

Paula Lyn Knight

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Ashley Rudisill

July 24, 2018

My mom was the strongest person i ever met. The shortest but strongest :) She loved all of her children and her doggies very much. She was at her happiest when everyone came together. My mom had the biggest heart too. She always helped anyone who needed a helping hand. No matter who it was. She is the first mom I ever had. An she didnt turn her back on me. She taught me it was okay to trust and open my heart up. At that time i didnt understand what a mom was. An she never left me. Even now she still has not left me because i carry her now in my heart, in my soul, and in my mind. Every where i go she is still there. I can still feel her love for me. Love like hers never dies. An my love for her will live life times. Never forgotten. xoxo Mommy!

Michael Knight

July 22, 2018

I guess I'll be honest with everyone here saying goodbye was never my strong suit but then again when is any one of us even ready for when the time comes to do so and the story ends like yours did mom? I wasn't ready for this but how can one be prepared to lose someone close to their heart especially when a special bond is forged the moment I was born I know what I'm saying may be rambling but I don't care people can tell some of your qualties got passed down to me your fierce fighting spirit your red hot temper and your devil may care view on life I'll cherish the time I spent with you playing the legend of Zelda which was your favorite thing to do that game taught me a lot about life unfortunately it never taught me how to handle losing you Mom you may be gone now but I know you're always by my side in spirit I'll love and miss you forever and always hopefully one day I'll see you again and tell you everything you missed but until that day comes I'll never forget you

Rachael Rudisill

July 21, 2018

She was the most kindest person that ever came into my life, she was more of a mother to me than my biological one! I love you so much Paula and I want to thank you again for all of the things that you have done for me, whether it was shelter, food, clothes, motivation, teaching me to drive, got me my first job and told me I was worth a lot more than I lowered myself too! <3 You are truly missed and will never be forgotten!