Paula Davis Stone

Profile Updated: August 23, 2021
Residing In: Yantis, TX
Spouse/Partner: Preston
Occupation: Retired
Children: John 1978; Alison 1987; Allen 1989.
John gave me my granddaughter, Kendall, in 2012! She calls More…me "P-ME" & I'm in heaven! Alison's daughter, Stella, arrived 1/27/18 and was born in Davis, CA. My dad would have loved that. I'm "Ga-Ga" to her. My bonus son has Natalia, and she just started at OU in 2021! Boomer!
Yes! Attending Reunion
Email Address:

j34412@yahoo.com

What song always gets you on the dance floor?

Twist & Shout/Beatles, Some Girls Do/Sawyer Brown

Should we decide to print a "Directory", may we include your information?

Yes

Which year did you graduate?

1972

Paula's Latest Interactions

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Aug 23, 2021 at 6:23 PM
Paula Davis Stone has left an In Memory comment for Brenda Swain '72.
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Jan 08, 2021 at 8:36 AM

My parents bought a house on Pinehurst in 1964, before I turned 10. Brenda lived down the street and my mom worked with her dad at Collins Radio. She was my first friend, and showed me around and introduced me to her friends.   We use to sneak out together in Jr. High, to go sit with the boys rolling papers for their paper routes. We pulled weeds for neighbors, to earn money, and picked up coke bottle so we could cash them in at Dean’s Quickie. Then we’d go next door and order french fries at Alexander’s Ice Cream Parlor, and play the jukebox. So many great times. You’ll always live on in my memories.  Rest In Peace, friend.

Paula Davis Stone has left an In Memory comment for Brenda Swain '72.
Jan 08, 2021 at 8:36 AM

My parents bought a house on Pinehurst in 1964, before I turned 10. Brenda lived down the street and my mom worked with her dad at Collins Radio. She was my first friend, and showed me around and introduced me to her friends.   We use to sneak out together in Jr. High, to go sit with the boys rolling papers for their paper routes. We pulled weeds for neighbors, to earn money, and picked up coke bottles so we could cash them in at Dean’s Quickie. Then we’d go next door and order french fries at Alexander’s Ice Cream Parlor, and play the jukebox. So many great times. You’ll always live on in my memories.  Rest In Peace, friend.

Paula Davis Stone has left an In Memory comment for Profile.
Mar 05, 2020 at 3:33 PM

Terri, my memories of you are endless, deep and wide.  I miss our times together and will see you when I get there.  RIP my old friend.  Love, Paula

 

 

Posted: Dec 17, 2013 at 12:20 AM
circa 1971 - junior year