Let the memory of Pamela be with us forever
  • 39 years old
  • Born on February 27, 1970 .
  • Passed away on February 4, 2010 .

Miss Pamela Colton was born February 27th, 1970 to Ms. Bernice Colton. She confessed Christ at an early age and joined the Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church. She was a very dedicated and devoted member. She was a member of the Zion Hill Young Adult Choir, United Voices of Faith, Youth Ministry, and numerous committees.
Pamela “Pam” attended Luthersville Elementary School and was a 1988 Graduate of Greenville School.
She furthered her education at Morris Brown College, Fort Valley State, and West Georgia Technical College.

Pamela was a very devoted mother to her children. She brought light and life into any room she entered. On February 4, 2010 God looked down, needing another flower for his bouquet chose “Pam”.

She leaves to cherish her memories, a loving and devoted mother - Bernice Colton, two devoted children Je Marcus and Je Meisha Robinson, one brother Kennorris Brinson (Atlanta), one very special aunt- Patricia Colton (Atlanta), two Uncles-Lamar and Everett Colton (Atlanta), one sweet Great Aunt- Margaret Colton, God Mother - Sarah Coverson (Luthersville), very dear cousins - Jackie, Yolanda Joyce, and Evelyn (Luthersville), three nieces-Ashleigh Williams (Atlanta) , Divinity Cureton (Florida), and Shynne’ Thorpe (Atlanta), one Nephew- Jennorris (Atlanta), two God Sisters- Anita Williams (Luthersville), Carol Hill (Luthersville) and other siblings, relatives and friends.

Interment: Zion Hill Baptist Church Cemetery

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Posted by (SFH) Administrator on 11th December 2011
Rev. Dwight Hardaway and family wrote at 2010-02-08 21:53:26 Pam, We always admired your independence. You never limited yourself and you truly inspired us. You raised your children to be god fearing and responsible.You will be truly missed.
Posted by (SFH) Administrator on 11th December 2011
Chris Owens wrote at 2010-02-09 13:47:05 Pam, You will be missed so much ~ not only as a classmate but as a true friend. Your life was a great example of a "hard fighting soldier." I don't recall you complaining not one time. We will forever remember you smile and your kindness.
Posted by (SFH) Administrator on 11th December 2011
Kaneshia Hines, cousin wrote at 2010-02-11 08:03:59 Pam, I love you and I miss you. Jemeisha and Jemarcus are amazing kids and they will forever be grateful to have a mother like you. Pam was a sweet and generous woman and I am going to miss her dearly.Not only is she my cousin but we are family as well. I know she is with God right now and she is looking down on us telling us not to worry.I

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