Pamela-Bass-Obituary

In Memory Of

Pamela Hager Bass

Salisbury, North Carolina

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I am so sorry to here about Pam's death. I knew Pam from Stanback Co. where she worked for me in the chapet room. She was a very kind lady and I will miss seeing her around. God bless

to the hager family we will miss pam an the nunn family condolences goes out to the hager

I am so sorry for everyone, Pam will be missed. I have known her for many years. She went to school with one of my sister's just a year behind me and I saw her over the years. She will be missed by many.

Dearest Aunt Helen, Uncle Robert, Wayne & Debra,
Although physically Pam is not with us, we have forty eight years of memories that keep her alive in our hearts & minds until we se her again.
I will always carry some very special memories in my heart & soul of Pam.
Aunt Helen & Uncle Robert, you did a great job raising such a loving & caring daughter.
All of our deepest love to you all.
Love, Marilyn

Mr. & Mrs. Hager, I'm deeply sorry for your loss. Pam was a lot of fun and we shared a lot of laughs on the golf course. You and your family are in my prayers.

Uncle Robert and Aunt Helen:
im truly sorry for the loss you have both endured. I know it hurts to know and feel she is gone, but if you really think about it you will realize she is with those whom care a great deal about her also. I love yall so much and i know the memories spent will be cherished. Love Lacy

Dear Uncle Robert and Aunt Helen, I am so sorry for your loss. I love you both very much and I still remember playing the game mystery date at your house with Pam and how she used to take us to the public pool. Please take care love Karen and family.

Dear Helen, Robert, and family,
My sincere condolences to each of you in Pam's passing from this life to eternal life. She left memories and lots of love in the hearts of those she left behind. God will use these and your faith to comfort and see you through the days ahead. A wise man once told me you don't truly lose someone if you know where they are. You know where Pam is today! If you need anything or just a friend please call. My prayers and Christian love are with you all!

I can not imagine your loss. Just know I love you both and you are in my family's hearts and prayers.

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Pamela's Obituaries

Pamela Hager Bass SALISBURY - Pamela Hager Bass, 48, of Salisbury, died on Friday, April 21, 2006. Mrs. Bass was born Jan. 19, 1958, in Iredell County to Helen Collins Hager and Robert W. Hager of Salisbury. She was a graduate of Salisbury High School and Davidson Community College. Mrs. Bass...

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