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PAM SMITH

PAM SMITH

(1953 – 2009)

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PAM SMITH

PAM SMITH
(1953 – 2009)
About PAM
My momma passed away on feburary 16th 2009 she died in her sleep we were not expecting anything to happen like this she was'nt but 55 yrs old she left behind a husband and 2 kids scotty simmons 37 and tera easton 35 and her beloved pets who she cared dearly about. My momma was born in Augusta,Ga and remained her all of her life my momma was a good woman who brought us up how to treat and respect other i deal with this pain everyday in my life it hurts so bad they say it will get better in time but i believe it gets worse i miss my momma so much i will always have u in my heart and forever in my thoughts. I LOVE YOU MOMMA hope you are R.I.P.
With all my love your daughter
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My momma passed away on feburary 16th 2009 she died in her sleep we were not expecting anything to happen like this she was'nt but 55 yrs old she left behind a husband and 2 kids scotty simmons 37 and tera easton 35 and her beloved pets who she cared dearly about. My momma was born in Augusta,Ga and remained her all of her life my momma was a good woman who brought us up how to treat and respect other i deal with this pain everyday in my life it hurts so bad they say it will get better in time but i believe it gets worse i miss my momma so much i will always have u in my heart and forever in my thoughts. I LOVE YOU MOMMA hope you are R.I.P.
With all my love your daughter
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PAM SMITH is remembered by...
TERA EASTON
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Rest in peace PAM
I first met PAM at ****
My sincere condolences to all friends and family of PAM
My fondest memory of PAM was ****
PAM used to really enjoy ****
What I will miss the most about PAM is ****
PAM inspired me to ****
PAM changed my life by ****
If I had to sum up what PAM meant to me it would be ****
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