Pamela Duncan Furlow, 73, born June 19, 1945, in West Point, Georgia, went to be with her Lord Jesus on February 22, 2019. Mrs. Furlow was a member of Calera Baptist Church, Calera, Alabama, and an honorary member of Olivet Baptist Church, Milton, Florida. 

She was an active participant within her church families, as a Sunday School teacher, Bible study leader and minister to women and children. Mrs. Furlow was a light to all who knew her — constantly ministering to others through her gifts of teaching, giving and discernment.

She was the quintessential Proverbs 31 wife, mother and homemaker. As a faithful believer, she lived to instill in her children and her grandchildren a love for and belief in Jesus Christ, her Savior. 

As a versatile educator, she was dearly loved by students of all ages and her impact was far-reaching. 

She enjoyed Bible study, gardening, cross-stitching, cooking and spending time with her grandchildren and family.

Even as her health was failing, the light of Jesus Christ radiated through her joy, her dignity, and her integrity. 

Mrs. Furlow is preceded in death by her parents, J. Palmer Duncan and Evelyn Cheatwood Duncan, of Opelika, Alabama. She is survived by her husband, Bruce Michael Furlow, of Milton, FL; her daughters Kimberly Erin Furlow and Kristina Furlow Linkins, of Calera, Alabama; her grandchildren, Amelia Jordan Linkins and Peter Bruce Linkins, of Calera, Alabama; and her brother, Michael A. Duncan of Opelika, Alabama. 

Her memorial will be at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, March 16, 2019, at Calera Baptist Church, 600 Whippoorwill Lane, Calera, Alabama, 35040. Visitation will be held at 10:00 a.m. Reverend William Milam and Dr. Jason Jarvis will be officiating.

Mrs. Furlow requested donations be given in her memory to Hawaii Baptist Academy in lieu of flowers. Donations can be sent in her memory to Hawaii Baptist Academy, 2429 Pali Highway, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96817 (Phone: 808-595-6301), or made online at 

Professional services provided by W.E. Lusain Funeral Home and Crematory, Birmingham, Alabama. 

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