Connally/Compton Funeral Directors

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Pauline T Page

October 1, 1923June 24, 2020

Pauline (Polly) T. Page of Waco passed away on June 24, 2020. Private services will be held at Rosemond Cemetery.

Polly was born Oct 1, 1923 to Bert and Annie Polson in Grandview Texas. The family moved to Corsicana where she graduated from Corsicana High School. Polly later graduated from Beautician School as well as Miss Abby’s Business School in Waco. She married Lenard Page on Sept 11, 1943 in Hopkinsville, Ky. Polly was a longtime resident of Waco and retired from Whittenburg and Co. She was an active member of Western Heights Baptist Church, the Rachel 55 Class, Willing Hands, and the Fellowship Club.

Polly was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters, one brother, and her husband Lenard. She is survived by her three sons; Don Page and wife, Catherine, Mickey Page and wife, Donna, Terry Page and wife, Beverly, grandchildren, Ryan Page and wife, Shannon, Bret Page and wife, Barbara, Wyatt Page, Ricky Page and wife, Melinda Litchfield and husband Kurt, great-grandchildren, Nicole, Kaci, Sophia, Amy, Reid, Tyler, Jake, and Brady.

The family wishes to thank the staff and nurses on the 4th floor of St Catherine Center for their kind and outstanding care and especially the team at Providence Hospice.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Jackie Page

July 5, 2020

Remember Pauline has a very nice aunt. Her an my mother kept in touch over the years . My sincere condolences to the family.

John Fore

June 28, 2020

Mrs Page was the best, back in the day she always treated me like family and always made me feel welcome. I’m sure her and Mr. Page just shuck their heads and laughed at Terry and me as we were always doing something crazy! I stopped by their house a few years back, after she opened the door and recognized me, she got the biggest smile on her face and invited me in for a visit. One of my best memories! She’s at peace now! A life well lived! God bless her!