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Pamela Kay Brown, April 20, 1947~January 15, 2017

Brown6 copyPamela Kay Brown, 69, of Lowell passed away Sunday, January 15, 2017 in Fayetteville. She was born April 20, 1947 in Russellville, AR. to John and Winifred Martin.

She was a member of the Church of Christ and retired as a school teacher from the Springdale Schools after many years of service.

Pamela is survived by her husband, Dale of Lowell; a son, Greg Brown and wife, Kristy of Farmington; a grandson, John Lleyton Brown; brother-in-law, Paul Brown of Cedarville, AR; and sister-in-law, Linda Patton of Van Buren, AR.

Funeral services will be 10:00 A.M. Thursday, January 19, 2017 at Beard’s Chapel with Kerry Holoman officiating. Interment will follow in Fairview Memorial Gardens Cemetery under the direction of Beard’s Chapel.

The family will receive friends from 5-7 P.M. on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at the funeral home.

Memorials may be made to Circle of Life Hospice, 901 Jones Rd, Springdale, AR. 72762.

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    Jerry & Shellene Linker » 16. Jan, 2017

    So sorry for your loss. My best memory of Pam is how smart she was and always so kind to everyone.

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    Pamela Kay Brown » 16. Jan, 2017

    So sorry for your loss. I remember Pam as so very smart and always kind to everyone. We are Russellville High School graduates the same year as Pam…1965.
    Jerry & Shellene Linker

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    Wanda » 16. Jan, 2017

    I am sorry that Pam passed away, She was a good friend and a wonderful woman. Her life wasn’t easy growing up but she grew up[ next door to her best cousin, Sandy Matlock. The two of them were a pair who were so funny. They were lucky to grow up together. I’ll bet Pam was an excellent teacher. She was so organized and wanted the best for her students.She certainly loved her husband and her son. She talked about them a lot at our reunions. We all in the class of “65 from Russellville High School will miss her smiling face. She won’t be forgotten.

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    Ann Applegate » 16. Jan, 2017

    Pam was such a wonderful teacher with a ready smile and a great heart. She reached kids that no one else could. My thoughts and prayers are with her family now and in the challenging days ahead. Peace to your hearts. “Casting all your care upon Him; for He careth for you.” 1 Peter 5:7 KJV

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    Name » 16. Jan, 2017

    Loved Mrs Brown! Prayers for Family. She will be missed but
    the good Lord is getting one of the best angels!!

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    Bill Butts » 17. Jan, 2017

    So sorry to hear this news, Pam was a wonderful young lady, I worked with her all through high school at Sterling stores we had so much fun. I’m sure she was a great teacher and a loving mother. She will be missed. God Bless

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    Barbara » 17. Jan, 2017

    I’m sorry to hear of Pam’s passing from this earth but know that she is resting now in peace. We knew each other in Russellville for many years. We were classmates, Girl Scouts and attended church and youth groups together. I know she has been and will be truly missed.

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    Name » 17. Jan, 2017

    My thoughts and prayers are with Pam’s family and friends. I taught with Pam for many years. She brought vitality and energy to the faculty, staff, and students with her spunky personality. She touched many lives and will be sorely missed.
    ” The eternal God is your refuge, and his everlasting arms are under you”. (Deuteronomy 33:27)

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    Name » 17. Jan, 2017

    Our prayers are with the whole family of Pam’s. I enjoyed teaching with her and having her as a true friend for so many years. We will miss her but we know her love for Christ, and that see is now with him forever.

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    City of Cave Springs » 17. Jan, 2017

    So sorry for your loss.
    Our thoughts and Prayers are with the family.

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    Selma (Dyer) Wright » 17. Jan, 2017

    There are simply no words to express my sorrow for your loss. Pam was such a generous and loving person who became much more than just a friend to Momma and me. There is an empty place in our hearts that can never be filled. She will be truly missed. Please know your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

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    Tara Call » 18. Jan, 2017

    Pam’s picture is beautiful and exactly how I will remember her. I’m sorry for your loss, and I’m thinking of you all the time. She will be remembered for her love for you all and her sweet smile.

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    Chris Demarest » 18. Jan, 2017

    Pam was such an inspiration to me. We worked together to help young underprivileged children at the school where she worked. She worked so hard to change their lives that she frequently changed their whole families life. The results were amazing. She will be missed. My condolences to the family.

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    Ron & Becky Sherwood » 18. Jan, 2017

    Dale and Gregg, we are so sorry for your loss! We saw Pam a few months ago and had such a good visit with her. She always had a big smile and we were blessed so much to have known her. May God continue to give you strength. Ron and Becky

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    Lorene Hollingsworth » 19. Jan, 2017

    So sorry to hear of Pam’s passing. I found out about her passing just after the funeral. I worked with her at SWJH many years and we had a good report. She will be missed by many people.

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    Name » 19. Jan, 2017

    Prayers for you and your family at this time. I pray that God surrounds you with his love and peace.

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    TJ and Heather McDaniel » 19. Jan, 2017

    Dale, So sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Love, TJ and Heather McDanel

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    Marsha Jones » 21. Jan, 2017

    Hartzell and I want to express our sincere sympathy to Pam’s family. She has left an enduring legacy with her work and advocacy for children who needed assistance. We will remember Pam with great fondness. She was a magnificent person. Marsha and Hartzell Jones

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    Name » 01. Feb, 2017

    Dale, you are in my prayers. I was sad to here the news about Pam. She spent her life taking care of everyone else. Her heart was so big and full of love and kindness. I know she is in a better place where she feels no pain and someone is taking care of her. She was, is, and always will be an angel.

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    Sarah Vice » 05. Feb, 2017

    My heart goes out to all who loved Pam. We had such fun visiting at our class of 65 reunion.
    I am thankful my daughter Carmen went with me and got to meet her. We sat with her at
    breakfast and laughed the whole time. She was a sweetheart.
    Sarah Gale (Woodson) Vice