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Meadowlawn Funeral Home and Meadowlawn Memorial Gardens

4244 Madison Street, New Port Richey, FL

OBITUARY

Ila Pauline Newland

December 6, 1926August 12, 2019

In Loving Memory of Ila Pauline Newland. December 6, 1926 - August 12,2019

Predeceased by her husband's; Bill Newland and William Fiser Parents; Ila and Ernest Bailey. Grandson; Tom Hall. Sisters; Esther White, Imogene Bailey, Juanita Myers, Bernice Crissinger, and Naomi Mertz. Brother; John Bailey.

Survived by Children; Bill Newland, Dee Newland, Tom Newland, and Debbie (Bill) Shepherd. Grandchildren; Angie (Andy) Schroeder, Ryan Shepherd, Mike (Michelle) Sarver and Bob McGue.

Greatgrandchildren; Weston, Kolton, Caden, Lawson, and Aubren Schroeder. Nicole and Maria Sarver.

Sisters; Kathryn Reilly, and Yvonne Stratton.

Services

19 August

Visitation

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Meadowlawn Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens

4244 Madison Street
New Port Richey, FL 34652

19 August

Funeral Service

12:00 pm

Meadowlawn Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens

4244 Madison Street
New Port Richey, FL 34652

19 August

Graveside Service

3:00 pm

Royal Palm Cemetery

2600 Gandy Blvd. North
St.Petersburg, FL 33707

Memories

Ila Pauline Newland

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Matthew Stratton

August 16, 2019

My Aunt will be dearly missed! I'm happy that my kids had the honor and pleasure to meet her at the Baily reunion in 2014. I will never forget the time that all of us were at Aut Kit's place that year, and aunt Kit, Pauley and Mom were talking about how they were raised and the story somehow got on the subject of horses and one of them was named "Dick!" I don't know why this memory sticks maybe because we were all together sharing a story and mom couldn't stop say'n "They were don'in Dick!" So the young ones knew what was funny but my Aunts were clueless as to why we were laughing so hard! I turned and looked at Dee and Dee looked at Lisa and Lisa looked at me and we just busted a gut! I love you Aunt Pauley!! Heaven gained an Angel!

Cliff & Janet Schroeder

August 15, 2019

Although we didn’t know you well we enjoyed seeing your smiling face when you would visit your Great Grandchildren (our Grandkids) on your yearly visit to Ohio. We remember how you loved those dark Bing cherries.
You were a good sport and you were surely loved by our daughter-in-law, Angie, and by her kids. May you Rest In Peace now!!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY