Paul Isaac Worley

August 19, 1927November 18, 2018

Paul Isaac Worley was born on August 19, 1927 and passed away on November 18, 2018


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Paula Syring

December 7, 2018

I always loved Dad’s grilled cheese sandwiches! They were the best! I am glad he shared his recipe so I can carry on the tradition! Love you, Dad!!

Michelle MacDonald

November 27, 2018

I am going to miss my grandfather dearly. He taught me many things in my life growing up, one being how to drive a standard. I believe we were in some sort of station wagon he had at the time, in Cloud Croft heading up the hill towards the lodge. Now, back then it was not a paved road and pretty funny because the car kept slipping on the rocks, but he never gave up on me and eventually I got the hang of it. He absolutely loved animals and I loved how many turtles he had in the back yard when he lived in El Paso. I'm pretty sure he took my grandmother's red nail polish and marked each turtle on the shell so he could keep track of them. There are so many things I miss about my Daddy Paul.

Paula Syring

November 26, 2018

My father taught me never to give up and always persevere and stay the course. We enjoyed working on jigsaw puzzles, thinking of new inventions, working on projects around the house, and sipping on wine while watching the evening news and Wheel of Fortune. Great memories! I will truly miss him! "I will see you in Heaven someday! I love you, Dad!!"

Retha Freeman

November 26, 2018

This is a sad memory for all of us to share, especially you LaRue and his family, for I know he loved all of you so much. I always felt so close to this special brother and could depend on his advise. Just remember he will be watching over you to keep you secure, I really believe this. Love to all of you!

Martha .......w Ledford

November 22, 2018

Paul is my brother. He as a very young boy was a great help to our Dad on the farm. I especially remember him as he helped build a corn crib and he often got the horses out of the barn and ready to plow the fields. For a poor boy who grew up in the mountains of western NC, Paul did his family proud.