Paula Nichols

November 11, 1957 - September 4, 2021

Paula Louise Nichols, 63, of Groves, died Saturday, September 4, 2021, at The Medical Center of Southeast Texas, Port Arthur. She was born November 11, 1957, in Port Arthur, to Carol Josephine Glazier Nichols and James Frank Nichols.

Paula had a sense of adventure and loved to take trips with her sister to Gulfport to go gambling. She cherished time spent with her grandchildren and every year they would go to Schlitterbahn in New Braunfels. She was very supportive of her grandchildren in all their school activities. Paula also enjoyed puzzles and word searches and she loved working at IHOP. Paula loved her work family.

Survivors include her children, Ronald Nichols, of Winnie; Eisha Killian and husband, Greg, of Beaumont; Morgan Williams and husband, Aaron, of Port Neches; Hannah Nelson, of Groves; and Tammy Dupree and husband, Buzz, of Nederland; Amanda Nichols, of Nederland; grandchildren, Jackson; Katelin; Tristan; Olivia; Marley; Isabella; Jeffrey; Leland; Bryntlee; and Greg; great-grandson, Jameson; siblings, Diana Anderson and husband, Mike, of Orange; Daniel Nichols and wife, Marsha, of Mauriceville; James Nichols and wife, Sandy, of Lee Summit, Missouri; and Carol Nichols, of Port Neches; and numerous nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her parents and sister, Judith Bridges.

Cremation arrangements for Ms. Nichols will be handled through Broussard’s Crematorium, Beaumont, under the direction of Broussard’s, 505 North 12th Street, Nederland.


Broussard’s Crematorium
  • 5150, Stivers Dr, Beaumont, TX, 77705,

Comments (3)

    Sheryl Durman says:

    I just say this and I am so saddened to see this…she was one a million. So sweet to everyone! She always spoke to me and my husband and she loved her Hannah that is how I knew her. I believe they called her nanny…she will be missed by many…

    Charlotte Z Zoch says:

    I am so sad to see this. Paula always took the time to visit with me when I went to IHOP. They would be so busy, but she would take the time to ask if I had been to the casino lately and just catch up on what was going on in my life. I knew she had several health issues and I would ask about her health. She took the hand that was dealt her with a grain of salt and moved on. She spoke of her children and grandchildren often. She was always cheerful and just happy to be alive. Grandma, as she was called at IHOP will be missed. I am so sorry for her family’s loss.

    Wayne & Stacy Wilber says:

    Ron and family,
    We’re deeply sorry for your loss of your lovely mother. We’re holding you in prayer in this difficult time. Peace be with you all.

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