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In Memory of

Pamela Kay Neath

July 15, 1954 - June 11, 2017

Obituary


Pamela Kay Neath, 62, of Missouri City Texas, passed away peacefully on Sunday June 11, 2017. She is preceded in death by her mother, Vivian "Jeanette" Powell, whom she missed dearly. She is survived by her beloved husband Kendell Brown, her father, Jimmie Powell, 91, sister Debbie Elliott and husband Tim, three daughters, Sarah Mirelles, Shannon Shead, and Melissa Gibson, and step daughter Brittani Cushman and husband, Travis Cushman. She is also survived by her son in laws Richard Mirelles and Christopher Gibson, and her grandchildren John Richard (JR), Alexa, Mackenzie, and Jaxon Mirelles, Taylor...

Pamela Kay Neath, 62, of Missouri City Texas, passed away peacefully on Sunday June 11, 2017. She is preceded in death by her mother, Vivian "Jeanette" Powell, whom she missed dearly. She is survived by her beloved husband Kendell Brown, her father, Jimmie Powell, 91, sister Debbie Elliott and husband Tim, three daughters, Sarah Mirelles, Shannon Shead, and Melissa Gibson, and step daughter Brittani Cushman and husband, Travis Cushman. She is also survived by her son in laws Richard Mirelles and Christopher Gibson, and her grandchildren John Richard (JR), Alexa, Mackenzie, and Jaxon Mirelles, Taylor Shead, and Symon, Ayden, and Dellah Gibson. She is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and the countless friends and family she met along the way.

Pam was a mother and friend to everyone and always put her friends and family first. She loved life, her family and anyone she ever met. She gave the biggest hugs and kisses you would ever receive, and loved whole heartedly and unconditionally. She never met a stranger, and was the most kind and generous person who would do anything for anyone. Her love for life and her family and friends was contagious, and her energy would light up a room.
Pam was never one to say 'Good Bye', only "See Ya Later". You will always be missed and will never be forgotten. We love you Pam, Mom, Grammy Pammy.

Until we meet again.

Later.