Paula Kay (Browning) Rolsing

Paula Kay (Browning) Rolsing, 79, passed away November 24, 2018.
Paula was born June 21, 1939 at Mt. Carmel Hospital in Pittsburg KS to Arthur and Katheryn Browning.

Paula married her husband Tony on July 27th, 1983, he survives along with her children, Amy Lee, Scott Lee (Kathy), Kelly Seuell (John), Stacy Lee (Doug), Jodi Lee (Steve). Sisters Diana Boyd (Tom), and Kristin Black (Gary). Paula is also survived by fifteen grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Paula was proceeded in death by her parents and sister Linda Boyd, and brother Mike Browning.

Paula graduated from Kansas University and also earned her Master’s degree in education from Emporia State University. Paula taught special reading in USD 501 for 29 years and retired in 2004. Paula taught reading at Highland Park Central, Quinton Heights, Whitson, and Randolph elementary school. “Mrs. Rolsing” made it a point to learn every child’s name at all the schools she taught and was loved and highly respected. She always had a genuine caring for each student and more than appreciated their uniqueness.

Paula loved Kansas basketball and football games, traveling to the mountains and National Parks, and celebrating every holiday and the Fleadh (Irish family reunion) with her children and their families.

Paula was a caring and giving person and often gave gifts to Harvesters and Let’s Help.
A celebration of Paula’s life will be held Wednesday November 28th, at Viking Grille,
4731 NW Hunters Ridge, Topeka Ks. from 6-9 PM.

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  1. I am so sorry to hear about Paula’s passing. I knew Paula from Randolph Elementary and from the College Hill Neighborhood Association. She was always so pleasant and kind. Sending heartfelt condolences during this difficult time.

    Marsha Madl

  2. Please accept my deepest sympathy. This scripture has helped me in the past, I hope it brings you comfort. “May our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loved us and gave everlasting comfort and good hope by means of undeserved kindness, comfort your hearts and make you firm.” —2 Thess. 2:16, 17. Without a doubt, the primary source of consolation is our compassionate Heavenly Father.

  3. I am so sorry to hear of Paula’s death. She was a beautiful person, and I have fond memories of living next door. She was so supportive and caring during some very tough times in our lives. She included my son while she was watching her own grandchildren so he had someone to play with. She made him laugh, and I cannot thank her enough for helping to make our life seem more normal. I cannot think of orange flowers, especially orange wall flowers without smiling and remembering Paula. I am sorry for your loss.

  4. To the entire family,
    So sorry for the loss of your Mom and wife, Tony. I have many fond memories of growing up in the household and of your Mom. She will be missed.

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