Paula Sue “Suzie” Ivey George was a loving mother to her three sons. The Texas native living in Manchester, Oklahoma was a single mother working many jobs to support her boys. On April 30th, 2013, Paula was taken from her boys-murdered in their home. Sometime between 1030pm and midnight someone stood on her porch and shot her through her bedroom window while she was in bed. It is likely the murder was premeditated since they seemed to know the layout of her house and bedroom.

Paula’s home was located between Manchester and Wakita at the intersection of Kiowa Road and Highway 132, at 79051 Kiowa Road. There was a fair amount of vehicle traffic in the area. It’s likely someone drove by at the time of the murder and may not realize they saw something important.

Paula was born on October 8th, 1968 in Dimmitt, Texas. She graduated from Dimmitt High School and went on to college. She worked as a plant manager for a small company in Wakita but she also worked as a electrician and ran a small business making soap and lotion. She loved animals but specifically horses. She was very active in 4-H and FFA and worked with many kids over the years helping them with their animals. She attended United Methodist Church. There is a $5,000 reward for information in her murder.

Please call the Grant County Sheriff at (580) 395-2356 with any information in the murder of mother Paula George.

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