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      Mrs Mullings will be sorely missed. She demonstrated commitment to others in the name of a Higher power.She taught us the sanctity of human relationships. We gained dignity as we practised this code that brought us in contact a Devine Presence. She indeed has left us a legacy of Love and a heritage of Faith.

      It was in coming to Valley Stream Baptist Church in 1997 that I met Sister Paulette. I will always remember how deligent and dedicated she was in serving as a trustee in the church that she was so fond of. She will also be remembered for the ministry gifts that she possessed of giving and helping. As God blessed her life, she was a blessing to many others. Sis. Paulette will be greatly missed. My prayers are with the Mullings family, may God continue to shower blessings upon them.

      To Mr. Mullings and family, our Heavenly Father, in His infinite wisdom, has seen it fit to call your beloved wife, Sister Paulette Mullings from the trials of this world, to sweet rest; we, the officers and members of the Valley Stream Baptist Church, extend our deepest condolences to you and your family in this hour of bereavement caused by her passing. Sister Paulette will be missed by both family and friends. Dr. Sherby E. Clarke.

      In 1983 when Paulette fist started attending VSBC my husband Freddie was still alive. He and Paulette started joking with each other and it wasn't long before Freddie and I became good friends with Paulette. When Freddie passed in 1993 Paulette stood with me, offering me comfort and strength and years later when I became sick she attended to me. Paulette will be sorely missed. May God continue to bless the Mullings family.

      Sister Paulette has been a dedicated steward in her love and commitment to serve at Valley Stream Baptist Church. She loved the Lord and was very free-hearted to give to those in need. She will be deeply missed.

      I met Paulette Mullings approximately 25 years ago when I moved to Elmont and was invited to attend Valley Stream Baptist Church. She impressed me as being a caring and devoted person who was always willing to help someone in need. Her faith in God was strong and she worshiped with a sincere heart. Paulette was an inspiration to all who knew her. May she rest in peace.

      I have know Paulette from the time she was a young girl in school back in Jamaica, W.I. She was devoted to her mother and and always tried to help others. Paulette was a devout christian who enjoyed worshiping with her fellow Christians and serving in her church.