- 69 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 23, 1944
- Date of passing: Nov 26, 2013
|Let the memory of Pamela be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Pamela (West) Jones, 69, born on January 23, 1944 in St. Joseph , Mo. and passed away on November 26, 2013. We will remember her forever.
"Mom as Each day passes I miss you more and more. I love you with all my heart"
"Mom today you turned 70. I miss you so much. Not a day goes without me thinking of you. I love you always and forever mom ."
"Dear Ms. Jones, I never had the opportunity to meet you but must of been a blessing! Thank your for trusting me with so many of yours! I promise Ms. Jones I will take care of yours like you would, minus the switch, LOL. Rest in Paradise. Say hello to my dad! You are soooo missed. Much Love, Miss Trudi (Robinson Daycare)"
"Grandma Pammy, it was hard to say goodbye but we will never forget all the great memories we had with you. I love you Grandma and I miss you. I will see you again someday. Please watch down on alll of us and keep us safe and secure. I wish you were here, I remember all the times my siblings and I would get yelled at for climbing the tree I. Front of your house. You weren't just a great person, you were a hero to a lot of people. I love you grandma. Gone but never forgotten R.I.P 11/26/13"
"I miss you so much and it's really hard. We are all lost without you. I find myself missing you alot and I'm trying not to be sad but I just can't help it. I hope you knew how much you meant to me and how much I love you and how proud and lucky I feel to be your daughter. Forever momma..."
"Pam I have such fond memories of you and your entire family. Although as a child, it was forbidden territory to enter your home, I always managed to "sneak" over there as often as I could. There was always so much activity and drama-I just couldn't stay away. You possessed the ability to take whatever life handed you in stride. I never knew mothers were supposed to have fun, but you managed to do just that. I have many memories of watching you and Aunt Pat getting ready to go to McGeehees, or play Bingo.
There was always such excitement in your home whenever Bob was coming in from the road. I never understood at the time the dynamics of your relationship, but I never judged it. I now realize it was based on a mutual respect for each other and what was best for your family.
I am saddened beyond words to learn of your passing. Rest in peace knowing the tremendous impact you had on the lives of your family and their friends. You were on remarkable lady Pam!"
"Pammy i remember as a child you always saying to me "hey go get me a beer.you never liked me until you needed the beer.."i i was the trouble maker kid" always causing trouble, smoking cigarettes, fighting with lisa marie,being mean to rae rae .but i never disrespected you.always was really nice around you or tried to stay away when you were back from st joe..but as i got older i felt the love grow between us.you were straight up telling me to get outta kitchen you and bobbi janette. Didnt need me in kithen while she was making her develed eggs and you were peeling your potatoes ..so i got out..pammy this is one of those things that has always been in my mind even when you were here with us. Yes charlie even rembers she mentioned it at the luncheon.as we both laughted.i realized then youve been a big part of my life longer then i realized.i love &respect. The fact you never sugar coated anything what you said is how you felt.pammy love and miss by many.i know you probably filling mom in with all thats changed withl us kids (yours,terri and i)and what we have accomplished in life. Thanks again.
To kids hope this was ok what i put on here.xoxo"
"I miss you so much....taken from us to fast I love you mom"
"I miss you mom always and forever gone but not forgotten rest in paradise give aunt pat and my dad a big hug and kiss for me also uncle pete and grandma and grandpa and little jimmie"
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