Paula Richards Obituary, Death – A Newport woman who was “always exploring for ways to serve people around her” has been fondly recalled by those who knew her following her departure on January 13 as a result of an event that took place on the A467. Her death was caused by an incident that occurred on the road. Paula Richards, who was 59 years old and was killed in a collision that took place on Friday, January 13, at approximately 1:20 p.m., between Crumlin and Aberbeeg, was not able to survive the incident and was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision where it took place. The collision took place between Crumlin and Aberbeeg. The crash occurred somewhere in the vicinity of Crumlin and Aberbeeg.
Officers, together with personnel of the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, the Welsh Ambulance Service, and the Welsh Air Ambulance Service, were sent to the scene to assist with the incident. Also present at the scene were members of the Welsh Ambulance Service and the Welsh Air Ambulance Service. You can locate this memorial, which was just just distributed in Paula’s honor by her family and can be accessed by following these instructions: Paula Richards was the oldest of her three siblings, who also included David and Philip.
Philip and David were her younger brothers. She was Joan and Colin Richards’ daughter by virtue of the fact that she was born to them. She was a kind and sympathetic member of the family who was always looking for new ways to help the people who lived in her near vicinity. She was constantly looking for new methods to aid the persons who lived in her close region.
She never ceased looking for new ways to be of aid to the people in her immediate environment and she never quit exploring for those ways. We are aware that everyone in our immediate area will have the same feelings, and we are aware that it will be some time before we can even begin to come to terms with this terrible calamity.
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