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Pamela Kelley

15 septiembre , 195326 junio , 2021
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Pamela Kelley, age 67, of Fort Worth, Texas passed away on Saturday, June 26, 2021. Pamela was born September 15, 1953 in Baytown, TX.

Pam was a dedicated wife and mother, her love for her family was undeniable. Her favorite, most favorite prized role came later in life when she became "Gaga" to 3 beautiful grandchildren. She will be remembered for her faith, larger than life personality, love for the Longhorns, her laughter and her devotion to her friends and family.

Pam is survived by her spouse, Larry Kelley; Her children, Timothy & Sharon (Swingle) Kelley, Elizabeth Kelley, Ryan and Kimberly (Kelley) Bell; Grandchildren, Braddox Runge, Kingston Kelley, Brynlee Bell.

A memorial service for Pamela will be held Thursday, July 8, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Keller's Old Town Funeral Home & Cremation Service, 220 Keller Parkway, Keller, TX 76248.

If you wish to send flowers in honor of Pamela Kelley, please contact Lilium Floral Design at 817-589-1566 or http://www.liliumflorals.com.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.kellersoldtownfuneralhome.com for the Kelley family.

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    jueves, 8 julio , 2021

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Michael Benn

27 julio , 2021

Larry, my old friend,
I wanted to send my heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

Pam was your light and love and I pray that all the laughter and happiness you all shared will be celebrated and cherished forever.

With much sympathy,

Michael Benn
West Palm Beach, FL




Wendi Black

8 julio , 2021

Wendi Black

8 julio , 2021

Wendi Black

8 julio , 2021

This is still so hard to write. My daughter, my mom and I (Pam’s sister Debbie) meant the world to us. She was truly an amazing wonderful sweet caring loving person, friend, mom, grandma, aunt and Christian! We had so many fun times together! Always laughing, picking on each other and even picking on each other’s collegiate teams! LoL I can’t believe your gone. Your baby sister especially is beyond heart broken and devastated. I hurt that your gone but I hurt for my mom your sister Debbie for how much pain she is in. One fun memory I love is when you told me you know out to go see Janis Joplin! LoL Even Ma.Clark knew I was always more like you! LoL I love you forever & miss you even more! Give nana, mama, pappy and my dad a hug for me!! I/we love you! 💕💕🦋🦋

Tresea (Miller) Jackson

4 julio , 2021

Well, what can I say about my cousin Pam and I growing up together in the early years in Baytown, TX.... We never had a dull moment between us, from the time we were pulled over by the Poe-Poe for riding double (Pam was driving, I was the innocent behind-the-driver rider) illegally around the neighborhood streets on an un-muffled mini-bike, to the time we used all of the salt in the house to pour in the wading pool in Pam's backyard because everyone knows you tan better in salt water, to the Orange hair incident when we lost track of time lightening our hair with Sun-In and lemon juice..... Years of great times are under our belts and many more to share when we meet once again.... I love you, Cuz...

Walter and Clydene Webb

2 julio , 2021

Our condolence to Pam's family. Such a loving person and always a joy to those with her. She leaves wonderful memories.
Walter and Clydene Webb

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