Pamela Smith Holmes
- August 18, 1962 - April 28, 2012
- Dalton, Georgia
of Pamela's Passing
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We are so sorry to learn of the loss of Pam. We know that this is an incredibly hard time for all of you and we want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.
We try to draw upon strength from the Lord and the knowledge that she is now with our beloved brother, Raymond, Pam's father.
With love and prayers,
Uncle Marshall and Aunt Rusty
Posted by: Shari Sinclair - Barnett, MO - Niece May 10, 2012
So sorry for your lost i know that its hard losing a love one. May God be with each you through these hard days ahead. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you. May God go with each of you. I know its hard losing a daughter, mother, sister and grandmother. She is in a better place and wont have to suffer anymore. May God go with you all.
Posted by: Kimberly Holland Maddox - GA - cousin by marriage May 03, 2012
You will be greatly missed. Thank you for sharing your life we me.
i will carry your love with me always. You were the sister i never had, We had a friend ship that most people will never find in a life time, and for that i thank you. I know Jesus will take care of you now. My love and prays to the family
Posted by: Laurie Swanson - dalton, GA - sister in law May 03, 2012
I met Pam right after Laurie & I got together. I really wasn't sure how to take her at first. She just always exploded with a smile, laughter and whatever was on her mind at the time, whether you wanted to hear it or not. It didn't take me very long to see how such an honest and loving lady she was and if she considered you a friend, it was a friendship for life. I am very honored to
Posted by: Kenny Swanson - Dalton, GA - Brother in-law, very dear friend May 02, 2012
You know we loved each other very much,and u will be missed more then u will ever know,you will allways have a special place in my heart. We had lots of good times and memories. I will allways remember the good times and bad are first christmas in Ga, no matter what it was a very special one for the whole family. i know u sufferd alot in your life and if i could have done it for u i would.and i love u very much... MoM
Posted by: Glenda Smith - crandall, GA - mom May 02, 2012
First off I would like to send my condolences and prayers to all Pam's family and friends. Pam was loved and will be missed by all her family and friends.
I did not get the opportunity to get to know Pam as well as I would have liked to. The last few times that I spent time with her were good.
Although I did not get to spend much time with her I was starting to get to know her better.
Posted by: Mindy Deering - Hixson, TN - daughter-n-law May 01, 2012
Where to begin.... My mom was a very strong person. She had to be to be a single mother raising 3 children. I keep remembering all the things she did to support us. Always supporting us in every thing we tried. Tina in softball, Jamie in her school plays, and me in wrestling. She was always there to cheer us on. I remember going camping every year at fort mountain and going swimming and all the kids that use to
Posted by: Kassey Deering - hixson, TN - son May 01, 2012
So very sorry to hear about Pam. I will always remember the fun times we had playing together with R.J. and Jimmy when we were all children. We would go down to Grandma and Grandpa Smith's house and we would play outside until dark. Wonderful childhood memories of my cousins. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Posted by: Carla Smith - Decatur, IL - First Cousin May 01, 2012
grandma we spent 9 perfect years togather, i love you and i will take care of your daughter wich is my mom. I will see u again and will keep my promise to be good to my mommy.Remember when u took me fishing and a fish got on my hook and it pulled me out of my chair and u had that laugh like a witch and u laughed so hard.....if u had a hat then u could be a
Posted by: joshua ayers - hixson - grandson May 01, 2012
these are my words to you grandma mamma is just helping me type it.....This is really hard on me to lose you,but God answred our prayer that we said that night at the dinner table that had all our food on it that you and i made togather when we asked him to make sure all your pain went away........thank you for sharing 7 of your wonderfull years with me watching me grow and loving me,I know I will see you again......Tell my moms dad she is a great mom...I love you....
Posted by: joseph ayers - hixson, TN - grandson May 01, 2012