Pamela Kay Pearson

Pamela Kay Pearson
Pamela Kay Pearson

Pamela Kay Pearson, of Amarillo, TX passed away May, 9, 2019.

Services for Pam will be at 4 p.m. Saturday, May 11th, 2019, at Central Church of Christ with family friend, Steve Rogers, officiating. Burial will precede funeral services in Swisher County at the Happy Cemetery under the direction of Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 11th, 2019.

Pam passed away on Thursday, May 9th, 2019, in Amarillo, TX. She was born in Clovis, NM on June 29, 1955, to the late Mary Beck and the late Dick Beck. Pam married Chris Pearson on October 28, 1978, at Brownfield Church of Christ. She was a devout Christian woman and member of Central Church of Christ in Amarillo, TX. She helped raise and care for many people, by always being a “home away from home”. She always enjoyed cooking, decorating, planning, shopping and helping others. She loved a good trip to the mountains, reading a book down by the creek or spending a night playing dominos. After always taking care of others, Pam was a loving wife, a great homemaker, wonderful mother, and grandmother. Pam’s favorite past time was her family (especially the grandchildren).

Pam is preceded in death by her parents, Dick and Mary Beck; and sister, Kathy Pitts.

Pam is survived by her husband, Chris Pearson; daughter, Mandi Richardson and husband, Doug of Amarillo; son, Jeff Pearson and wife, Jennifer of Amarillo; sister, Debbie Jones and husband, Dick of Amarillo; brother-in-law, Greg Pearson and wife, Karron of Granberry; brother-in-law, Bill Pearson and wife, Terri of Happy, TX; brother-in-law, Eddie Pearson and wife, Lynn of Happy, TX; brother-in-law, Richard Pitts of Brownfield; and grandchildren, Sloan and Sy Richardson; Gage, Nolan, and Bryar Pearson. Pam is also deeply missed and loved by many nieces, nephews, friends, and their families.

The family will receive friends following the service at the church.

In lieu of flowers please send donations to support Matt Jones at Empower One or Brent and Amanda Richman at Break Away Youth Ranch

12 Replies to “Pamela Kay Pearson”

  1. Chris, I’m just hearing about your wife’s death. Dad is writing you a note right now. We want to give you his note, some of Mother’s cards, and some stamps to let you know we are so very sorry, so I’ll contact Terri to get an address for you. It’s hard to lose a spouse so we grieve with you.

  2. Dear Ones, I just saw this and wanted you to know how sad I am, for you. Pam was such a sweet, dear little girl and I’m sure she was the same as she grew up. Please know that you are all in my prayers. I love you.

  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your sweet family Chris. She was a great lady and will be missed.

  4. She was an angel on earth and “Nanny” to so many. She passed down deep roots to her children, who will honor her legacy for years to come. We will miss you, Pam. We love you.

  5. So sorry for your loss. We all grow up together in the Crescent Hill Church of Christ. Such a sweet lady. She will be missed greatly.

  6. Sending my Love & deepest Sympathy to the family. Have many happy memories from years when family lived in Brownfield 😘

  7. May the presence of God bless you with strength and with His unsurpassed peace. May you feel His mercies and love as your journey continues. We love you and are saddened that you are experiencing this. God is good!

  8. Prayers of comfort and peace to you all during this time. So very sorry for your family’s loss.
    Tim & Heather Fisher

  9. Earth’s loss is Heaven’s gain of this precious lady. Pam’s smile and laugh will be missed by all of her family and friends. Praying for all of you and the wonderful memories you each have of great times together with Pam. We love you!

  10. Please rest assured we are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers. Pam was such a sweet soul. She will be be missed.

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