Pamela S. Coplin

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    - Darlene Shoemaker
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Pam, the beloved wife of Marlon Coplin, was a long time Austin and Lake Travis resident. She fought a courageous 3-year battle with cancer and went to join her Heavenly Father on Friday evening, May 16th. She was a retired Mortgage Broker. Services with be at 2:00 P.M., Saturday May 24th, at the Sycamore Church and Cemetery near Burkeville, Texas, and officiated by Father John Hughes of Beaumont. Pam's passions were scuba diving, underwater photography, boating on Lake Travis and family. She also loved spending time with her most special golden retriever, Beau. Pam and Marlon's home on Lake Travis was always open to family and friends for swimming, boating and sharing fun times. She was a native of the Boston area. Although she loved to share all the wonderful things about New England, once she was introduced to Barbeque, Gumbo, Crawfish, and Tex- Mex foods, she quickly began to understand Texan. She was preceded in death by her father, William Scheer Lewis. She is survived by her husband Marlon Coplin of Leander, TX, and a native of Groves, TX, brother Chris Lewis of Basalt, Co., brother David Lewis and mother Jahyne Alexander, both of Osprey, Florida; stepmother Barbara Johnson Lewis and stepbrother Chris Hough, both of Utah. She is also survived by her in-laws, Buddy and Lavenia Elmore of Port Neches, TX, Scotty and Helen Lebleu of Lafayette, La., Lennard and Boots Coplin of Austin, TX, and by her many special nieces and nephews who all thought of her as their Way Cool, Aunt Pam. Memorials may be made in Pam's name to Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association Inc. www.mbara.org/ Condolences may be offered to Pam's family via the online guest book at www.beckchapels.com

Published in The Beaumont Enterprise on May 22, 2014
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