Pam Cottrell

August 4, 1965November 3, 2020

Pam Cottrell was born on August 4, 1965 and passed away on November 3, 2020 and is under the care of Stevens & Grass Funeral Home.

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Wynne Eleyette

November 10, 2020

Please accept our condolences and prayers for your family. We are truly sorry . Pam was a very loving person and will be sorely missed. Just know that she is in a better place and in God’s care!

The Eleyette Family 🙏🙏💕

Donna Copen

November 10, 2020

Other than siblings your cousins are your first forever friends. A trip to WV was always a treat and when we hit town we couldn't wait to see Broadway. We knew our Aunt Lou, Uncle Richard and our cousins were there. Trips to the sandwich shop and candy on the corner at Keith's were a must. As we got older we branched out a little and might have been ornery from time to time. Love is something we all shared. Heck I was a few years old before I figured out Grandma Bacorn wasn't my other grandma. That's how at home we felt. I will miss her for sure but am so thankful for the time I had. Much love to you all.

Linda Hinkle

November 7, 2020

Thought and prayers are with the family and friends of Pam She was a special and sweet lady inside and out. You’ll be greatly missed. RIP Pam

Debbie White

November 6, 2020

Mandy, your mom was the most joyous, kind and loving people I have ever known. The time I spent doing things with her when you and Emily were small were some of my best memories I have. I am so sorry you lost her so soon but you are so lucky to have had her as your mom. I know you will miss her terribly but I also know that she taught you how to enjoy every moment and memory.
All my love. Debbie

Gloria Sellers

November 6, 2020

The Snyder Family was our next door neighbor while I was a junior/senior in high school and college. We watched all the kids grow up. Pam seemed to always have a smile on her face. Loved watching her play outside. I was especially happy to see her when she worked at Cracker Barrel and then again at DuPont. Thoughts and prayers for you Snyder kids. Love, Gloria

Greg & Kyla Dent

November 6, 2020

I lived next door to the Snyder family growing up....although we never stayed in touch I can still see her running through the backyard laughing and playing. May God strengthen your hearts and bring peace to the family. Our prayers are with you all. Greg & Kyla

Bob Deuley

November 6, 2020

Pam was such a beautiful person both inside and out. She would brighten any room with that beautiful smile of hers. She will be sorely be missed by many including me asking “Why” so soon. She was such a true friend to everyone.

Pamm Mackey

November 5, 2020

We lost a beautiful soul... I will always remember her vivacious personality, big hugs and her friendship.... she loved her family so much... I was so lucky to have her in my life. Fly high my beautiful friend... you have earned your Golden Wings.... I love you more!❤️🙏

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