Pamela Lee Elliott

December 1955 ~ July 2019

About the Service

Celebration of Life will be at Allen Mortuary on Saturday, August 3, 2019 at 1:00pm 

The Angel that walked among us, Pamela Lee Elliott, has gone home to heaven on July 26 2019. Pammy was born to Loyd and Joann Elliott in 1955. She had a heart of gold with helping hands.

She was a nurse at EMC for 32 years and cherished her work and co-workers. Her family was her entire world and was theirs.  Pammy will be missed by all who met her.

Pammy is survived by her loving sister Audrey, brother-in-law Danny, and sister-in-law Melody. Her nieces and nephews were her pride and joy:  Valerie, Jacob, Jason, Evan, Breanna, Kane, Cade, Jack, Ainsley, Kevin and Norman.

Celebration of Life will be at Allen Mortuary on Saturday, August 3, 2019 at 1:00pm.


Remembrances

  1. I worked with Pammy many years on surgical floor and every shift with her was a delight..a true example of a caring soul- and a great nurse and friend! Truly Pam will be missed greatly by all of us. The memories will live on… May God comfort as only He can❤️❤️

  2. I am beyond saddened to hear of my dear Pam’s passing. I’ve known her since I started working at EMC in 1984. A kind soul who was helpful and kind. Excellent nurse. We had an inside joke when I called her “Pamela”. My condolences to her family. Hugs to Valerie and Audrey✝️

  3. I met Pam and Audrey in high school, I had 2 cool pairs of shoes, bare trap sandals and waffle stompers, she would wear one and I wore the other pair. Then we would switch off. Pam loved shoes. She loved family and life. I’m so sorry and upset about her passing. God bless her. The world has lost an angel.

  4. We were so sad to hear of Pam’s death. We had lived in the same apartment complex for the past 5 years. She always spoke of her family and loved seeing my girls. We Will miss seeing her around. Our condolences to her family we know this must be a hard time.

    Love the Villegas family

  5. Pam
    It was a shock to hear that Jesus had called you home.
    To us it was too soon but God needed you now.
    It was a privilege to know you and work with you.
    You always had a smile on your face, you were loving, giving and kind.
    Until we meet again..

  6. I have so many crazy, fun and cherished memories of growing up with Pam. It’s your turn to dance with Jesus. While I’m sad your gone, I will never forget all the happy memories. I refuse to say goodbye, so I will say dance with Jesus, your Lord and Savior, and keep the dance floor worm until we meet again. I love you Cuz♥️♥️

  7. She was Truly an angel on earth and one of a few people that was close to perfect that I had the pleasure of knowing, she will be missed❤️My prayers are with her family that will be so lost without her

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