Laurel Land Funeral Home & Memorial Park

7100 Crowley RD, Fort Worth, TX


Pama Lee Feagin

August 29, 1943July 24, 2020
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Pama Lee Feagin, age 76 passed away on Friday, July 24, 2020.

Pam was born August 29, 1943 in Corsicana, Texas to Henry Lee Brown and Aimee Ruth Hunter.

On November 7, 1964 Pam married the love of her life, Richard A. Feagin, in Corsicana.

She worked in the Insurance industry for over 20 years but her greatest achievement was her family. She loved being with them as often as possible.

Pam was preceded in death by her husband, parents and sister Glenda Faye Coffey.

Pam is survived by daughter Michelle Brantley and husband James; son Rich Feagin and wife Sharon; and son Rob Feagin; grandchildren Sarah, Jennifer, Abigail, and Zoey; siblings Hank, Don, Susan, Betty June "BJ"; and many close and beloved cousins, who were like siblings.


  • Funeral Service

    Friday, July 31, 2020


Pama Lee Feagin

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Linda Godwin

August 1, 2020

My first memory of Pam was when she moved to Bryan, TX and we shared classes at Anson Jones Junior High. We spent the next 5 years as classmates, graduating from SFA in Bryan in 1961. I followed her through the next 60 years being sure she always got an SFA Class reunion Invitation. We had recently connected on Facebook and were looking forward to getting together. I’m so sad this didn’t get to happen. I remember her as very sweet and caring. My sympathies to her sons and families.

Floyd and Carol Adams

July 31, 2020

We thoroughly enjoyed the Brown Family Newsletter that Pama produced without fail. Pama was a super kind person and we will miss her. Rest in peace Pama. Our condolences. Floyd (cousin) and Carol Adams

Wendy Foster

July 31, 2020

My deepest condolences.

karen carollo

July 28, 2020

Dear Family of Pama L. Feagin - Michelle, Rich & Rob: I am so sorry to have heard of your loss of your dear Mother. What a kind woman with a sweet spirit. Pama's gesture of kindness touched my heart some years ago and when I most needed it - never forget you. Love and prayers for all. Cousin Karen Carollo