Pamela Thompson - 47
February 13, 2019
Obituary of Pamela Thompson Ms Pamela Dyan Thompson, age 47, passed away on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. Pam was born on November 15, 1971 to Paul and Barbara Thompson at Memorial Hospital in Madison, TN. Preceded in death by her grandparents, Lemuel Paul Thompson Sr, Rosa Bell Dotson Thompson James Thomas Kirby and Mary Skelley Kirby, Pam is survived by her loving children, Cameron and Kennedy Wisdom; parents, Paul and Barbara Thompson; sister, Paula M. Thompson; step-children Alex and Andrew Wisdom; niece, Laci Wall. While we thank each and every one who have helped by praying, sending cards, making visits, preparing and bringing food during her journey, we do send a special acknowledgement to her friend of 30 plus years, Debbie Robinson for being by her side every step of the way of the past 20 months. In addition, Francis Tafoya, Nancy Arrington and Jennifer Eddins for tireless service. Thank you to Stephanie Davis and the staff at Shear Grace for all that you have done throughout this journey. Pam was certainly a "one of a kind" person. Some words that describe Pam are: beautiful, adaptable, adventurous, affectionate, compassionate, considerate, courageous, courteous, empathetic, generous, gregarious, passionate, practical, resourceful, sincere, sensible, sympathetic, and witty! That is just to name a few. Simply put, she loved life and she loved people! She made people feel better about themselves, whether it was through her work as a hairstylist, through conversation, or just being around her. Her personality was truly a gift from God that few ever receive. She had an uncanny ability to find ways to bond with people very quickly and ultimately maintain relationships that impacted and lasted her lifetime. For those who knew her they will be forever touched by her. Pam was passionate about her relationship with her Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, her family, her friends, her clients and those who had and have struggles with addiction. Pam loved all types of music, but especially loved music that was upbeat that she could get up and dance to. Pam requested that we truly have a "Celebration" of her life! She requests that we honor her wishes by Worshipping God through His Word and song. In addition, she would like for us all to enjoy time listening to the music she loved, and through laughter by each individual reflecting on a good time you had with her while here on this earth.