Pamela Mullis Maxwell

March 20, 1962December 23, 2018
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Pamela Mullis Maxwell, 56, died Sunday, December 23, 2018.

Funeral services for her will be private for family only. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to the Georgia Sea Turtles Center, During this difficult time, the family asks that everyone respect their privacy. A time for visitation will be announced at a later date.

Pamela was born in Macon, Georgia the daughter of the late Filomena Tambuatco Mullis and Gerald Mullis. She was the homemaker and attended Stratford Academy and LaGrange College. Pamela was a member of Martha Bowman United Methodist Church and started the Macon Chapter of Mom’s in Touch Prayer Ministry for over 12 years. Pamela devoted her life to raising her children and being a servant to the Lord and anyone she touched.

Pamela is survived by her husband of 32 years, Rick Maxwell of Macon; beloved children, Spencer Maxwell (Betty) and Mallory Forrester (Ty).

Visit to express tributes. Snow’s Memorial Chapel, Cherry Street, has charge of arrangements.


  • Pamela is survived by her husband of 32 years, Rick Maxwell of Macon; beloved children, Spencer Maxwell (Betty) and Mallory Forrester (Ty).


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Logan Doyle

January 2, 2019

Even though I found out 9 days ago (Christmas Eve), I am still digesting this devastating news. Pam was by far one of the sweetest, most lively people I had the pleasure of knowing, and her bubbly personality always made my day. It was as if she never met a stranger. I enjoyed her and the rest of the family's company so much during my most difficult times. I am so thankful God put her in my life, even if it was for a far too short amount of time. I truly did love this woman. My heart goes out to Rick, Spencer and Mallory. You all have not left my mind.

James Mullis

December 31, 2018

I didn't have as much contact with Pam as a cousin as I had wished because of the distances between us. But we were always in touch with Uncle Gerald because of a special bond that we had. The times we were fortunate enough to be with and communicate with her, we were fully aware that she was special to Uncle Gerald. It is such a terrible tragedy that she left this life at such a wonderful time for her and her family. My wife and I are deeply saddened and sorry that her family will be without her.

Dan (Danny) Mullis

Lamar Potts

December 30, 2018

Dear Rick,

Wendy and I send our condolences and our warmest love to you and your family. You are like a brother to me. I’m here for you if there’s anything you need.


Jimmy and Linda Webb

December 29, 2018

I am sorry about Pam. It was a shock to see this. Our prayers are for you and all your family. God bless!!!

marjorie mulis

December 29, 2018

To my little sister Pamela,
Never in a million years did I dream I would be here without you to reminisce with, to laugh, to fight with, to share with, most importantly and above it all, to always know and to always say, "I love you".
You were supposed to be here to meet your grandchildren.
To grow old with Rick.
To terrify Ty with the ever persistent threat that you were packing up to move in with him and Mallory for an indefinite stay.
To remind Spencer of all the heart attacks he gave you with his daring adventures.
To be Rick's wife, Mallory and Spencer's Mother, their children's beautiful grandmother and my only sister.
You were just supposed to be here Pam!
I am heartbroken.
I love you.

for you pam,
i watched a star leap from the sky
i picked it up and asked it why?
"the brightest star left us,
i don't know why"?
because her wings were in heaven,
she needed them to fly.
With All My Love,
Your big sister,

Mark Misiti

December 28, 2018


Lamar just called....So sorry for your loss. Our Thoughts & Prayers are with you and your children now and forever.

Mark & Kat M.

DeeAnn Geeslin

December 28, 2018

Oh my goodness, what a ray of sunshine she was! I have always called her Pam because that's what everyone called her when I first met her in sixth grade. She was always so fun to be around! I remember the nickname she gave Bill Hanse - Bag-o-Bones, because he was skinny. She always called him Bones. LOL. And I will NEVER forget her driving us to our first House Party in Panama City Beach when we were in SOS. I think I was 15 and she was 16. We left Macon at about 4:00 a.m. and Pam was pedal to the metal the whole way down! Music blaring, windows rolled down, laughing and shrieking our heads off. I think she drove a maroon Chevy Chevette or something like that. She was the coolest. Then I remember how proud she was when Spencer won the Mike Weaver Award at Vine Ingle. She was always so proud of both Spinny Moose and Mallory. The thing is, Pam never pretended to be perfect and never expected me to be perfect - that's why I loved her. RIP, Pamela. My friend. I'll see you when I get there.

Becky Smith

December 28, 2018

Dear Rick and family,
Our hearts break for each of you! Anyone that knew Pamela has a unique memory that involved love and laughter. Our days at Martha Bowman were not only fun, but deeply spiritual and prayerful, as we tried to figure out and navigate this thing called life. She was passionate in all that she did, and the world is a better place because of her life. We love y’all. David and Becky Smith

Ashley Brummett

December 27, 2018

I am so sorry to hear this ! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time !

Deborah Middleton

December 27, 2018

Our thoughts and love are with you all as God walks with you through this journey. We love you all and are heart broken along with you.
I speak for the Woodham’s, Brinkley’s and Kidd’s , to let you know that you are in this part of your families prayers.
Deborah Woodham Middleton
Rick’s cousin