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Nga Pham Nguyen

February 26, 1960January 2, 2021
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Mrs. Nga Pham “Pam” Nguyen, 60, passed away January 2, 2021 after a long and courageous battle with breast cancer. Mrs. Nguyen was born February 26, 1960 in Vietnam to the late Tuoi Van Pham and Nang Thi Nguyen. After immigrating to the United States in 1980, Mrs. Nguyen married her husband in 1981. They later made their home in Clemmons and, leaning on an unfailing work ethic, worked tirelessly to support their small businesses including The Frameshop and Baskin-Robbins.

Mrs. Nguyen enjoyed working out with her friends at the Women’s Wellness Center and taking Zumba. She was well known for her delicious cooking, exceptional advice, inspiring stories, and her avid gardening skills. She loved to travel but loved being at home in her community most of all either spending time with her grandchildren, family, or numerous “sisters”. She showed unconditional love and support for her extended family in Canada, California, Illinois, Australia, and Vietnam. Mrs. Nguyen’s bright personality, generous smile, and quick wit made her an instant and loyal friend to everyone she met.

Mrs. Nguyen’s memory will be kept alive through her husband, Chau Nguyen of Clemmons; son, Chris Nguyen (Taylor Nguyen) of Durham; grandchildren, Max and Amelia Nguyen of Durham, Jacqui and Lauren Nguyen of Illinios, Breanna and Suzanna Dinh of Ontario; sisters, Lan Pham Vo (Son Vo) of Clemmons, Anh Ngoc Pham of Vietnam, Mai Tuyet Pham of Vietnam; brother, Luan Tuong Pham of Clemmons; nieces, Lisa Diem Pham, Nicole Nguyen (Tyn Nguyen), Dinh Thi Kim Thoa (Andy Ngo), Linh Nguyen Pham; nephews, Tommy Vo, Loc Tien Ong, Loc Khanh Ong, Loc Quoc Ong, Tru Cong Nguyen along with cousins and extended family Phuong Bach Phan, Linh Bolt (Bryan Bolt), Ethan and Kyle Bolt, Tra Mi Tran (Hai Tran), Dylan, Leann, and Brandon Tran.

There will be a visitation on Thursday, January 7 from 10am-1pm at Frank Vogler & Sons Funeral Home in Clemmons. Guests are asked to use masks and practice social distancing. Flowers will be accepted or memorial donations can be made to Dana Farber Cancer Institute.

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  • Visitation

    Thursday, January 7, 2021

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Patricia Williams

January 7, 2021

Such a sweet lady!! So many are saddened by her passing.

Donna Macy

January 6, 2021

My precious Nga. How I miss you. What a wonderful mother in law you have been to my daughter. My Taylor was so Blessed to have married your Sweet Son, Chris and to have you as the worlds best mother in law.

Nga and I share grandchildren, Max and Amelia. I promise to you Nga I will keep your memory alive for Our Grandbabies. I know your story on how you got to America, and when the children are old enough I will share all your stories with them.
You were taken away to early from ALL OF US WHO LOVED YOU SO MUCH. I love my sister Nga.
You are the Bravest Lady I have ever known. You taught me so much. I treasured every minute with you.
I will miss you for the rest of my life. It was a privilege to call you my dearest friend.
I love My Nga

Gillian Thomas

January 6, 2021

Pam was always happy and had a good sense of humor. Her courage not only in immigrating here at a young age, but also her tremendous battle with cancer is admirable. May she rest peacefully. Prayers for all of her family.

Lydia Gutierrez

January 6, 2021

Such a beautiful lady with a smile that lit up the room . Nga was a true warrior . May she now Rest In Peace . My condolences to her family .

Van Vuong

January 6, 2021

Rest in peace Mo Nam. You are always cherished and loved and will be in our memory forever.

Wendy Tucker

January 5, 2021

I shall never know a more wonderful person . Nga was kind, smart, funny and courageous. It was an honor and a privilege to have her as a best friend and sister for 20 years. I will miss her always.

Andrea Towery

January 5, 2021

Pam was a wonderful lady, and I always enjoyed her presence at Top Nails. She loved her grandchildren and was always happy to share photos of them. She will be greatly missed. My prayers and thoughts are with all of the family.

Luanne Taylor

January 4, 2021

Nga was a very special woman and one I greatly admired for her courage and strength. She was a beautiful testimony to many.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Such a beautiful life will live forever in memories but her presence will be profoundly missed.