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May 26 , 1934 - January 16 , 2021

Paul Dotson
Paul Dotson
1934 - 2021


Thursday, January 21, 2021
9:00 ~ 10:30 AM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home


Thursday, January 21, 2021
10:30 AM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

Inurnment in Michigan Memorial Park



DOTSON, Paul, age 86, of Brownstown, January 16, 2021. Beloved husband of Norma Dotson. Loving father of Kim (Franco) Gonzalez Jr. and Lewis (Paula) Dotson. Dearest grandfather of Zackary Gonzalez. He is also survived by his siblings Geraldine Telfer and Okeylene Comer. He was preceded in death by his parents James and Gracie Dotson, sister Thelma Dotson, sister Blanche Dotson, sister Opal Dotson, brother Glen Dotson, brother Ralph Dotson, brother Earcle Dotson, brother Tennis Dotson, sister Edna Totten, brother Ray Dotson, brother Edmond Dotson, half-brother Troy Dotson, half-sister Elsie Dotson, half-sister Dora Dotson, half-sister Nellie Dotson, half-brother Elmer New and half-brother Harold New. His cremation will take place at “The Witness Crematory” located inside of Michigan Memorial Funeral Home.


We Mr. Paul and Mrs. Faye 21yrs ago as next door neighbor's in Dallas ,Ga . They where always kind and loving , like good neighbors always willing to help ever possible . They loved our kids as if they where their grand kid's , even after moving back Michigan we continued our friendship . He will be greatly missed a good man now rest with our heavenly Father R.I.P. We love you the Cazenave family Mr. , Mrs. EDWARD E Cazenave IV

Paul was the most wonderful neighbor. He was so strong and always working outside with his flowers or washing his car. He helped all of the neighbors with anything that he could. I would say he was a "Mister Fix it". He was very quiet and kind. My husband, Kevin, and I will miss him very much. Pam Moore

Sending my deepest condolences to you all during the very sad time. Paul was always kind and welcoming to me when I would visit with Ian and family. Praying that god wraps his everlasting arms around your entire family and gives you comfort. Candace

My uncle Paul...what can you say except he was the best! He and aunt Faye were the funniest, most loving couple. There are so many memories I have of him from keeping me from choking to death on something when we were at the beach when visiting them in Michigan when I was a kid to shopping with aunt Faye when they lived here in Georgia and aunt Faye saying "Paul, you won't believe all the money I'm saving you!" and uncle Paul saying "Faye, I don't know what we're going to do with all that money!". I still have a stuffed poodle that he gave me when I was a little girl. I love you uncle Paul. You are truly missed. Rick & Anita Morris