Pamela Paz
1976 - 2021
BORN
July 12, 1976
DIED
May 2, 2021
FUNERAL HOME
Woodfin Chapel - Smyrna
203 N. Lowry Street
Smyrna, TN 37167
Pamela Paz

Smyrna

44, 02-May, Woodfin Chapel Smyrna.



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Published by Tennessean from May 7 to May 9, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
May
16
Visitation
12:00p.m. - 2:00p.m.
Woodfin Chapel - Smyrna
203 N. Lowry Street, Smyrna, TN 37167
May
16
Celebration of Life
2:00p.m.
Woodfin Chapel - Smyrna
203 N. Lowry Street, Smyrna, TN 37167
Funeral services provided by:
Woodfin Chapel - Smyrna
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Pam and I worked together at Shanks Family Eyecare. I remember here bubble personality and her love for her family and music. Pam was so excited when she knew she was going to be on the Singing Bee. Pam you will be missed by so many people. You are in a much better place R.I.P.
Your Friend,
Sherry Wims Franklin
Sherry Wims Franklin
Coworker
May 16, 2021
Pamela and I met at Coley&Coley Eyecare where we worked together. I am so glad God a brought her into my life. Within that short time frame of us working together, she instilled so much knowledge into me that it gave me a different outlook on life. I remember her saying “ Doesn’t matter how old you are, never stop going after your dreams and let no one tell you what you are/nt capable of”. She also stated that when she goes to be with The man above that she wanted her funeral to be a celebration. She didn’t want anyone crying at her funeral. She loved her some Mary j bridge and we would always talk about music and her wanting to chase her dreams as an actress and to be able to start a no. Profit to help single mothers. Before I left we wrote down a list of positive affirmations for a out a week up until my last day! I look at that list daily as a reminder! Pam was my girl! And she will forever be remembered!
Arneshia Coleman
Coworker
May 12, 2021
Oh Pam. We will always miss you, your smile and laughter. Thank you for loving us and being a big sister to Ang and Amy. I love you my redheaded step daughter and will forever miss you. We will help the kids and always share our happy memories.
Debbie Lee
Friend
May 10, 2021