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Pamela Kay Kennon
Pamela Kay Crow Kennon went to be with the Lord on Friday, February 19th, at the age of 61. She left this world peacefully at home surrounded with love by her children. Pam was born October 5, 1959 in Lake Charles, Louisiana. She graduated from Athens High School in 1977 and later went on to receive her bachelors degree in early childhood education from Stephen F. Austin University. She dedicated her career to working at Region VII Education Service Center and recently retired after over twenty years of service. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ernest and Christine Webb. Pam is survived by her sisters and four children: daughter and son in law, Julie and John Anderson of Roanoke; daughter and son in law, Rachael and Greg Pierce of Jacksonville; son, Stephen Crow, Jr. of Whitehouse; daughter and daughter in law, Savannah and Britney Crow of Jacksonville; daughter in law, Candace Cofer of Tyler. Grandchildren: Mackenzie Pierce, Ashlynn Collins, Kohen Anderson, Rylan Pierce, Korbin Anderson and Centry Crow; Great-granddaughter: Remington Collins. She leaves behind a legacy that she spent her life building and couldn’t have been more proud of. Pam’s happiest moments were spent with her kids, grandkids and cats. A memorial service will be held on Friday, February 26th at 1:00pm at Victory Outreach Church in Jacksonville. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Pam’s honor to County Roads Rescue at 601 Woodlawn Avenue Jacksonville, TX 75766.
Condolence Messages

39 Responses

  1. My love and prayers go out to her family. I worked with Pam at Region 7 for many years. Her children and grand children were her everything. She spoke of you everyday. You were her strength. She was such an amazing friend, always sweet, kind and loving. She taught me so much. You will be missed sweet friend….until we meet again.

  2. I worked with Pam for 12 years at Region 7. She was well respected and admired by her work peers who also considered her a good friend. She had a wealth of knowledge about her job. Staff relied on her daily due to that knowledge. She was always eager to help all of us with our data collection system. I don’t know how she got her own work done because she was always on the phone helping each of us with data issues. I ate early lunch with Pam. There were six of us that ate together. We were all about the same age. We often laughed at lunch over our shared life experiences. Pam loved her children and grandchildren so much. She talked about you with love and pride.

  3. So very sorry. Pam was not only my niece but she was one of my favorite people on the planet. My condolences and prayers for her/our family.

  4. I was so sorry to hear of Pam’s death. She was one of my favorite people at Region 7 and we spent many moments solving life’s problems. Pam and I both went to elementary school in Dallas and had several mutual friends. I have two of her tortico cats and think of her often when I look at them. Her faith and strong spirit were an encouragement to me, and her love for her children and grandchildren knew no bounds. She will be missed dearly.

  5. Prayers sent to the family. She was my daughters Sunday school teacher , we loved her very much! 🕊🤍

  6. So sorry for your loss. Pam was one of the most sweetest and most helpful person that I had the privilege of working with.

  7. To the dear family of Pam; Pam and I worked together for almost 20 years at ESC Head Start. I was in Lindale. We were great friends and she means the world to me, as well as many other work friends. I am sorry for your loss and the world will be a sadder place without her. We spoke often about our kids and grands. I wish you all peace. I retired also last school year and she was one of my last calls to say goodbye and well wishes. She will be missed.

  8. Pammy, you would laugh at me! I sent your family a long note and didn’t scroll down to see the submit button.Family: Pam and I spent close to 20 years together with Head Start. She was one of my dearest work friends. I will miss her as I know you all will. She always had a good laugh for me. When I messed up, she would just fix it. I know she is in heaven organizing things at the pearly gates and I hope to see here there. She will know me and I will know that laugh! I love her and am sorry God called her home so soon

  9. Oh, I am so heartbroken to hear this. Truely one of the best friends I have ever known. My sincerest condolences to all her family. May she rest in eternal peace.
    I love you Pam!!!!!!

  10. I worked with Pam at Region 7 Education Center for 8 years before she retired. She was always willing to help with a smile on her face. She was an expert with our data software program and readily shared her expertise to help make our lives easier. When she spoke of her family it was always with love, humor, and gratitude. What a special person and my life is richer for knowing her.

  11. I’m so so sorry I worked with Pam at Apha Academy or International Christian center. Rachel and Julie were in my classes and I thought of them as my own.
    Pam was so kind so sweet and absolutely beautiful. If I asked her to help me pray she alway did. She helped me learn a lot about the Bible and praying.
    Praying and thoughts to the family and friends. Gone to soon but what a beautiful Angel

  12. Heartfelt prayers and love to you and your family during this time! She will greatly be missed! What a blessing it was to have worked with her. Rest in Heaven, Ms. Pam.

  13. Christie and Stanley Cofer give our condolences. Sister Pam was a sweet soul. May God give you the strength in this trying time.

  14. My deepest condolences to you entire family. Pam was one of the kindest and welcoming people I have ever known. Her and I met at an event not long after I moved to Jacksonville. I was standing alone and she was with a group of friend and she approached me and invited me to join them. We became very good friends. When we were together we would sing to Nickelback over and over with the windows rolled down.After a few years our paths took us different directions but our friendship will be something I will hold in my heart forever. She was funny and full of life. She loved her children and grandchildren so much. She also had a great love for her pitbulls. Until we meet again sweet friend.

  15. We were so sorry to hear about Pam. Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family. RIP sweet Pam.. Aunt Kay and Uncle Philip

  16. We are blessed to have known such a beautiful lady. Prayers to all her family.

    McKay Family

  17. I am in disbelieved that such a wonderful person left us so soon. She was such a great person who always was willing to help us and she was very knowledgeable. I been working with Region 7 for 20 years and all those years that Kim that Kim work with Region 7 she always had an answer to every question that was asked and if she was not sure about the answer, she make sure she found the answer. Now she is in heaven with our creator and all the angels smiling every person that she knew. My sincerest condolences and prayers for her family.

  18. My condolences to Pam’s family. I remember Pam with fondness because she always had a listening ear (my venting partner) and words of encouragement (calm in the storm). She is truly missed!

  19. Pam was such an amazing, kind, patient woman. I was so sad to see her retire from Region 7. She was always so helpful and brightened my day every time I spoke with her. The news of her passing is devastating to hear. She will be greatly missed. Praying for her family and loved ones.

  20. My condolences to the family. Pam, you will be missed and you will be remembered as the sweet, humble and kind person we always knew . Rest in peace sweet lady and may the Lord bless you and your family.

  21. Pam was a light to all. I worked with her for years at Region VII/Head Start. She was always pleasant and kind helping her fellow coworkers. She was genuine. I am so sorry to hear about her passing but celebrate that she is in the arms of Jesus! My heart goes out to her family and especially her grand kids that she adored! I wish they had more time with her here but I know she is loving them from heaven.

  22. I am so sorry for your loss! Pam was always ready to help. She was a guru for our program and a delight to have around. She will be missed a greatly. Pam was a light to those around her and it was a honor to know her.

  23. She was always so kind to me and my children. She will be missed. I send my deepest condolences.

  24. She always had a kind spirit. I will always remember her kindness towards me and my children. She will be missed. I send my deepest condolences.

  25. I am sad to hear of Pam’s recent passing. She had such a sweet spirit. Pam and I twirled together in Garland when we were both in elementary school through high school. We recently reconnected over my daughter and her granddaughter being at Baylor Univ. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. May you rest in the arms of Jesus, sweet Pam.

  26. My sincerest condolences and prayers to the family and all who knew Pam. I met Pam and her family while attending and working at International Christian Church/Alpha Christian Academy in Garland, Texas. Such a beautiful & sweet friend.

  27. The news of Pam’s passing breaks my heart. She was so sweet and kind. She loved her children, grandchildren and the lord. She was so proud of her family. I had the privilege of working with Pam for about 20 years We ate lunch together for many of those years. We shared lots of stories and secrets that I’ll cherish forever. I will be praying for the family daily RIP sweet lady. ❤️

  28. Dear Paula, Patti and Titti,
    I am so sorry to hear of Pam’s passing. Pam was a beautiful girl…she will be a wonderful angel! My love to you all.

  29. My sincerest condolences and prayers are with the family during this time. I had the pleasure to work with Pam at Region 7 for one year. Last year was my first year there and she made me feel so welcomed. She loved to talk about her grandchildren. Your smile, great stories, laughter, and kindness will be missed.

  30. I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Pam will be truly missed by the Family Service Workers at Head Start. She was such a delightful spirit. Always going beyond to help whenever needed or called upon. Her contagious smile will never be forgotten.

  31. I am so sorry for your loss. Thinking of each of you, Julie, Rachael, Steven & Savannah, and sending love and prayers your way.

  32. I never knew Pam, but the light of her positive influence shines through her daughter Julie Anderson, my professional colleague. Please accept my deepest condolences.

  33. I am so sorry for your loss. She not only mentored me while working at the ESC7 but offered me a friendship. Pam was such a happy, sweet soul. She taught me so much and was always so patient and kind. I will miss her smile and her colorful personality.

  34. To my beautiful sister, I miss you more than words can convey, and think of you often. I know you are in heaven watching over all of us and hanging out with Mom. Love you Pammy!

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