OBITUARY

Paula Margaret Doyle

November 18, 1938November 12, 2020

The death of Paula Margaret Doyle (nee Huck) occurred on Thursday November 12th in the care of Caledonia Senior Living and Memory Care (previously known as The Scottish Home) in North Riverside, IL.

She was born on November 18th, 1938 in Evanston, IL to Stephen and Ruth Huck. She grew up in Des Plaines, IL and was the second of 6 children. She married Patrick Joseph Doyle on August 29th, 1964. They set up home in Bellwood, IL and later Nanuet, NY before moving to Itasca, IL to raise their family for 25 years. Paula moved to Elk Grove Village in 1995 after her husband passed and then briefly to Wadena, IA. In 2005, she went to live with her daughter Margaret Stingle in Gurnee, IL. She moved to The Scottish Home in 2013.

She is survived by her children Timothy (Elizabeth Chien) Doyle, Margaret (Gerald) Stingle, Elizabeth (Liam) Ahern, PJ (Sandy) Doyle, Lawrence Doyle, and Catherine (Joseph) Evangelista. She is also survived by her siblings Ellen (Ronald, RIP) Olech, Mary Ann Rasnak (Stephen, RIP Huck), Janice (Thomas) Meurer, Robert (Debra) Huck, Gerard (Rose) Huck and her late husband’s family Fr. Michael Doyle, Anne (Vincent, RIP) Templin and Maureen (Stephen) Reynolds. She has 11 grandchildren Patrick, Madeleine, Elizabeth, Annalise, Jessica, Joe, Siobhán, Catherine, Theodore, Oliver, and Ernest. She has many cousins, nieces, nephews, grandnieces/nephews.

Paula enjoyed her family and being a mother. She loved dressing her children in Halloween costumes as well as hosting many family gatherings and celebrations in Itasca. She enjoyed maintaining her yard and garden, flower arranging, sewing many cherished family items including the Doyle family Christening gown, After her husband Patrick died, she dabbled with stain glass works and print design and travelling to Europe on many occasions. She enjoyed reading and when that became challenging, she relished books on tape as well as listening to WGN and WBBM radio stations.

Due to COVID-19, there will be a Celebration of Life at a future date. There will be a private gravesite ceremony and burial at Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Hillside.

Memorial contributions can be made in her name to Caledonia Senior Living and Memory Care.

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Jerry and Jackie Stingle

November 21, 2020

Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.”
“A family is a circle of love, not broken by a loss, but made stronger by the memories. We are forever blessed that God connected us to you.”
Jerry and Jackie Stingle

Anne Templin

November 20, 2020

Paula was a kind and compassionate person. We had a lot of fun times on Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve. We shared a lot of happy moments as well as sad moments. Paula was someone you could always count on if you needed help. She was the Aunt who gave all of the kids their bridal showers. She will be greatly missed by all of us.

Lawrence J Doyle

November 19, 2020

Tim, Margaret, Liz, PJ, Larry, and Catherine,
Sympathy and condolences on your mothers death. I have so many memories of your mom and dad. I remember Bellwood and Nanuet and mostly Itasca. Most recently I remember the huge party in Margaret's back yard for a shared significant birthday party. I remember going to Edelweiss Restaurant around Thanksgiving with Pat and Paula, Anne and Vince. Your dad was sick but in particularly good form. I was home from Holland to see them. Your mother was always so strong and I admired her support, love, and caring for your dad. I remember visiting her at the Scottish Home. Finally, I had good phone conversation with her about a month ago. Love. Uncle Mike

Debbie Steward

November 18, 2020

Aunt Paula was "pintrest" before there was "pintrest"!
I remember when we took a road trip to see Auntie Moe & Uncle Steve and Aunt Paula wanted tumbleweed for an arrangement she was designing. My dad chasing it down and then traveling back to Illinois with it!

Hugs to all the Doyle's xox

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