OBITUARY

Paula D Reass

October 8, 1946April 29, 2021
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PAULA DOROTHEA REASS, DVM October 8, 1946 – April 29, 2021

Paula D. Reass, age 74, passed away on Thursday, April 29, 2021 after a lingering battle with breast cancer. Paula was born in Queens, New York City on October 8, 1946 to Charles and Eunice Reass. Paula is predeceased by her parents.

Paula is survived by her 22 year-old son, Scott to whom she referred as “the best thing that ever happened to me.” Paula is also survived by her brothers Richard and William and sister Stephanie, and nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.

Paula graduate from Texas A&M College in Veterinary Medicine in 1969. She practiced in the Bear Creek area for over 40 years at the Glencairn Animal Clinic. She loved to travel and her very favorite pastime was spending time with her horses. She will be missed.

While flowers are welcome, should friends desire a contribution could be made to either Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society, College Station, TX or Special Pals, Greenhouse Road, Houston, TX in Paula’s name.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, May 7, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, May 7, 2021

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Hannelore Evans

May 6, 2021

Dear Scott,
your Mom always said if she came back she would want to be one of the Evans' cats. She said that Evans' cats were the most spoiled cats in the world and that she would like to lead that life of luxury. We appreciated the way she cared for your many cats since 1981 and also her friendship during this time. She will be dearly missed. Love, Michael and Hannelore

Amanda Silva

May 6, 2021

I dont even know where to begin. Dr. Reass was my first boss in veterinary medicine and I worked for her off and on for over 10 years. I still remember my first day walking into the back of the clinic and meeting Scott, just a few days after his first birthday. I still talk about my loathing of those chickens Mrs. Bradley would bring to us each year once Scott was in her first grade class. I still remember so many clients and patients and everything I learned at Glencairn. I still use many of those skills today all these years later as I'm still working in the field as support staff. I've taught many a baby vet tips I learned while working with Dr. Reass. I am so sorry to learn of her passing, and sorrier I didn't carve out more time to stop by and visit with her more over the last few years. She was always my champion and she taught me to always champion others. I will miss her greatly.

Lynn Bradley

May 3, 2021

Dear Scott, I am so, so sorry to learn of your mom’s passing. I met her in 1983 when we moved to Houston and she became our vet. She cared for all of our many dogs and cats right up until her death with incredible skill and compassion. The year you were in my first grade class and we hatched chicks at school, she offered to adopt them when they grew too big for the classroom. She continued to do that for many years because she said that you loved the chicks. Taking one of our animals to see her was always like visiting family. We spoke about you often - she was so proud of you and always told me what a talented writer you had become. I will miss her.

Dennis and Cathy Brown

May 2, 2021

Dear Scott we are very sorry for your loss. We have know your mom for over 40 years. She was a brilliant and dedicated veterinarian. However I know that the role she most cherished was that of your mother. We had many phone conversations about our sons’ activities. She was very proud of you. We will miss her very much. With love, Cathy Brown

Karen Curry

May 2, 2021

During the short time I knew Paula, what a special person!!!!! The life advice, wisdom & knowledge will NEVER be forgotten. I will most certainly share the lessons learned with others whom my cross my path. God certainly has another Angel 😇.
Karen J. Curry, LVN
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