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Paul E. Braxton June 5, 1940 - May 11, 2024

Service Details

May 18, 2024 at 4:30 PM
In the Chapel of Mitchell's Funeral Home
501 Fairvilla Road, Orlando, Florida 32808

Visitation Information

May 18, 2024 at 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
In the Chapel of Mitchell's Funeral Home
501 Fairvilla Road, Orlando, Florida 32808
Service
In the Chapel of Mitchell's Funeral Home
May 18, 2024 - 4:30 PM
501 Fairvilla Road, Orlando, Florida 32808

Visitation
In the Chapel of Mitchell's Funeral Home
May 18, 2024 - 4:00 PM to 4:30 PM
501 Fairvilla Road, Orlando, Florida 32808

Cemetery

Condolences(5)

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    Sidney says

    I’m so sorry for your loss.

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    Anonymous says

    To my Brother David Braxton and family, please know that we are praying for you as you celebrate the homegoing of your beloved father. Please know that we are here for you always. Love Brother Stephon and Ruby Edwards

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    Sheila and Paul says

    Grieving gives us time to hold….
    WE comfort each other more closely,
    Our fond remembrances are shared,
    Awaiting together, the sorrow will lessen,
    Our treasured thoughts will forever remain…
    ~Samantha Chase Meyers
    With deepest sympathies

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    Darlene Dixon says

    My heartfelt condolences to the Braxton family. Grief can be so hard, but it’s the special memories that we are left with that will help us to manage in the days to come. God Bless you all and may the life and legacy Mr. Braxton lived, continue through his children and those he has inspired! Take your rest Mr. Braxton for you have finished the course for a job well done.
    Darlene, Jeraue’, Chassidy, and Chloe’ Dixon

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    Dale Tonkins says

    Praying for the family and celebrating the life of a wonderful man. I really got to know Paul on an Alaskan cruise where we became immediate friends. He reminded me of my father, another old school guy. We had a funny experience sitting at the captain’s table all dressed up on the ship. I asked to leave to go to the buffet to get chicken wings. At that time, Paul says he and Amelia were leaving, too. Later, we changed clothes and had the best time dressed down and eating chicken wings til we could eat no more. That started the first of many conversations and great memories. I always enjoyed the cruises with Paul and Amelia, and will cherish his kindness, wisdom, and humor. May God bless the family!

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