Pam Little Williamson Welch

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Funeral services for Pam Little Williamson Welch are set for Monday, 2 p.m. on March 20, 2017, at Metcalf Funeral Directors in Conroe. The Rev. Cliff Herrington will officiate. Interment will follow at Whispering Pines Cemetery, also in Conroe.

Pam was a beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister, niece, aunt and friend. She left her earthly body on March 14, 2017 in Beaumont, Texas and will be forever missed by those she left behind. Pam was born September 12, 1953 in Conroe, Texas.

Predeceasing Pam were her father, Billy Louis Little of Conroe, Texas; her paternal grandparents Walter H. (Jack) and Mina Little of Conroe, Texas; and her maternal grandparents Maurice E. Curtin and Rose Marie Curtin Rodenhauser of Bowie, Maryland.

Surviving Pam are husband, Calvert Roger Welch II of Beaumont, Texas; mother, Shirley Joan Mauney of Conroe, Texas; stepmother Eveyleen Little of Conroe, Texas; daughter, Daintee Hurst Dietz and husband John of Cypress, Texas; stepson, Clint Welch and wife Sarah of Leander, Texas; sisters, Penny Little Wyatt and husband Ken of Bridge City, Texas, and Angelia Little Belsan and husband Lee of Conroe, Texas; brother Jack Morris Little and wife Cheryl of Conroe, Texas. Grandchildren are Connor and Lilly Welch and Ashley and Alexandra Dietz. Other survivors include an uncle, Eric Rodenhouser of Arlington, Va., and nieces and nephews include Audre Clay and husband William, Sam Mauldin and wife Katrina, Will Mauldin and Travis Mauldin all of Conroe, Texas.

Pam had an especially close bond with the sons of her brother Jack. They are nephews Zack Hatten Little and wife Elizabeth of San Diego, Calif.; Brock Morris Little and wife Leah, and Glenn Robert Little, all of College Station, Texas. Grandnephews include Zacks's children Alec and Henri Little.

Pam had a long and successful career as an attorney practicing primarily family law in Montgomery County. She graduated from the University of Houston in 1981 and entered directly into South Texas College of Law, twice achieving Dean's List status. She proudly passed the Texas bar exam on her first examination and was licensed to practice 1984. Pam served as President of Montgomery County Bar Association and was a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association. Her practice included mediation. She was an ordained minister.

Pam is a sixth generation Texan, as a direct descendent of her third great grandfather, Hiram Little. Hiram originally arrived in Texas in 1835 by oxen wagon train from Illinois. Hiram received a headright of land from the Spanish government upon his arrival. He later fought in the Texas Republic Army. Hiram and his father-in-law Samuel Washington Lindley founded the town of Danville (now disbanded) in Montgomery County. Pam also has a family member, third great uncle Jonathan Lindley, who fought and died at the Alamo. Her family history was of great interest to her and one she helped pass along to younger members of the family.

Shopping and relaxing at her beach home on Bolivar Peninsula with family, friends, or in solitude, were her main joys in life.

We cannot leave out Pam's cherished pets Momma and Honey. Her Chihuahuas were at her side in the end. God love them; her family certainly does.

Pallbearers include Zack, Glen and Brock Little, Lee Belsan, John Dietz and Craig Smith.


Published on from Mar. 18 to Mar. 31, 2017
Arrangements under the direction of:
Metcalf Funeral Directors
1801 East White Oak Terrace | Conroe, TX 77304 | (936) 756-3311
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