- March 9, 2012 - July 3, 2012
- Austin, Texas
of Pamela's Passing
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“Hey Pam, my how time flies, it seems as though it was yesterday when we were just kicking, now I am celebrating your life through your Sons and...Read More »
1 of 16 | Posted by: ann johnson - austin, TX
“Happy Birthday Pam, I know it is a few days late, but just know that you remain in our hearts and mind, we love you and miss you alot.. Happy...Read More »
2 of 16 | Posted by: ann johnson - austin, TX
“It has been a year since you left us. I was with the boys over the weekend along with Ebony and the kids. Missing you alot. I know you are watching...Read More »
3 of 16 | Posted by: Ann Johnson - Austin, TX
“It has been almost a year and it seems like yesterday that we were laughing a having fun.. I miss you Pam, and I know that you are smiling down on us...Read More »
4 of 16 | Posted by: Ann Johnson - Austin, TX
“I am very sorry to here one of the nicest people that I had a honor to know have left us. My prayers are with you.
5 of 16 | Posted by: bonnie evans - austin, TX
“It has been 3 months Pam and I am still missing your smiling face. Just to let you know you are missed and loved deeply. Your babies are the sunshine...Read More »
6 of 16 | Posted by: Ann Johnson - austin, TX
“I am so sorry for your loss. I was out of town and knew nothing but may God Bless you always.
7 of 16 | Posted by: andrea price - AUSTIN, TX
“It is with my deepest sympathy and regret I send this entire family my prayers. I know Pam will be missed by you all. Pam and I just seen each other...Read More »
8 of 16 | Posted by: Hope Porter - Austin, TX
“Pam it has been 3 days since you were laid to rest and I still cannot stop looking at your picture. I know that you are watching over us daily. I...Read More »
9 of 16 | Posted by: ann johnson - austin, TX
“PAM YOU WILL BE MISS SO TERRIBLE AND FRIENDSHIP WE HAD WAS THE BEST NEVER THANK YOU FROM TIME WE SPENT TOGETHER AT THE HOUSE ALWAYS SHOWED ME LOVE...Read More »
10 of 16 | Posted by: LORRAINE DUNCAN - AUSTIN, TX
“RIP Pam, May Gods care be with the family,Pam and I grew up together at Zion Hill Baptist Church and were some of the many children that Mrs Hunter...Read More »
11 of 16 | Posted by: Sue Spears - Austin, TX
“Pam, I will miss you, and always love you, you were a wonderful friend, Aunt. Always there to pick up the peices. Edmond, Keith and Andrew I Love you...Read More »
12 of 16 | Posted by: lesley johnson - austin, TX
“It was a true blessing to have Pam as my friend. She will truly be missed by so many people. My GOD bless her and her family.
13 of 16 | Posted by: A. Penn - Austin, TX
“Very sorry for the loss of sister Pam. May GOD, bless this family with many prayers & blessings. Love & miss ya Ms Pam Love Always friend Mabel aka...Read More »
14 of 16 | Posted by: Mabel Wilson - austin, TX
“My heart is heavy right now, and I know all this is for the best.. God makes no mistakes.. I love you Pam and will miss you dearly. My thoughts and...Read More »
15 of 16 | Posted by: ann - austin, TX
“Ms pam.i remember when i first met u..in mason manor,u were the kindest woman ive grown to know as a neighbor,and friend.but god said he wanted u to...Read More »
16 of 16 | Posted by: lisa lauderdale - austin, TX
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Pamela Kay Johnson was born March 13, 1963 in Alexandria, Louisiana to Melvina L. Walker and Willie (Sonny) Walker. She was baptized at Rock Quarry Missionary Baptist Church at an early age and attended Zion Hill Baptist Church. Pamela graduated from John H. Reagan High School. She attended Huston-Tillotson University and received her B.A. in Business Administration from LSU at Shreveport, Louisiana. Pamela was the mother of two sons, Keith L. Johnson and Andrew L. Johnson and had four grandchildren. She was preceded in death by both parents and two brothers, Robert C. Bowie and Anthony R. Hogan. She leaves to cherish precious memories her fiancé Edmond Mack; two children, Keith and Andrew; four grandchildren; one sister, Mary A. Johnson; six brothers, Kenneth R. Wilson of Los Angeles, California, Otis J. Wilson, Edwin L. Johnson, Charles R. Walker, Willie Frank Walker, and Fredrick (Freddie) B. Walker, all of Austin, Texas; and a host of nieces and nephews.
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