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Pamela Anne Bearden

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Pamela (Pam) Anne Bearden age 82 died peacefully on July 10, 2017.  She was living under hospice care with her son, Raymond Bearden and Patricia Amerson in Kennesaw, GA.  She battled with B-cell Lymphoma for an extended period of time.

Pam was raised in the City of Cheshire, England and was the daughter of Walter J. Cheshire and Ivy Beatrice Cheshire.  At the age of 16 she met Wayman Hance Bearden who was stationed in England while serving in the United States Air Force.  He became the love of her life and soon married.  They remained married until his passing on May 18, 1997.  Hance and Pam had three children, Wayne H. Bearden married to Laura Sticker Bearden, Raymond D. Bearden and his partner Patricia Amerson, and Sharon Anne (Bearden) Lebo married to Matt Lebo.  Pam had eight grandchildren, and eight great grandchildren.

Pam had an amazing love for animals.  Dogs being her specialty, she was an accomplished dog groomer and prided her talents by showing and championing Maltese in dog shows. Her beloved standard poodle, Niki, remained at her side until her passing.  She had a love of planting flowers, hummingbirds, and bluebirds.  She was a wonderful painter, artist, seamstress, and there wasn't a desired craft that she could not master.  The world was a better place with her in our presence.  Pam honored God by her fearless love of life and family and she will be greatly missed.

A graveside service will be held on Saturday, July 15, 2017, 2:00 PM, at Mozley Memorial Gardens, in Lithia Springs, GA.  The family will received friends for a visitation from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM at Georgia Funeral Care and Cremation Services, 4671 S. Main St., Acworth, GA.  In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to donate.cancer.org. Condolences can be left below.  

8 Comments To "Pamela Anne Bearden"

Helen Andreas On Nov 30 2017 at 12pm
An amazing woman and an amazing family. Pam was my babysitter when the Beardens lived hear in Alaska...many fond memories of watching her decorating cakes and painting...I still have a few of her paintings she gifted my mother Irene. My thoughts are with Wayne, Raymond, and Sharon...I still remember how sad I was when you all moved away. Reply to this comment
Nicole Cash On Sep 01 2017 at 9am
It would meant a lot if Pams family could get in touch. We had written over her sister (Patricias) death with no response. It would mean alot to reconnect x Reply to this comment
Alan Haynie On Jul 12 2017 at 9pm
I am so sorry for lose Ray prayers thoughts are with you and your family at this sad time anything I can do please let me know Reply to this comment
david collini On Jul 12 2017 at 9pm
Wow. what an inspiration to all. never met the lady from England. But regret intruding on Ray in Kennesaw Ga. on our way to Fla. I know now where Ray gets his love for animals. I'm sure she had a soft spot in her heart for Dachshunds. Mrs. Bearden job well done. Sorely missed. Reply to this comment
Gail Hamlin On Jul 12 2017 at 9pm
I met Pam at church about 20 years ago. She became a very special friend. I enjoyed her spirited sense of humor and her love for life. We enjoyed many lengthy phone calls during her illness. She will be missed by all who loved her! Reply to this comment
Jana and Mike Weber On Jul 12 2017 at 9pm
Our thoughts and Prayers are with you all ! I'm so glad I got to visit recently with Pam .. she was a special lady and will be missed but now she is with the love of her life in her Heavenly home. Reply to this comment
Elaine Ramey On Jul 12 2017 at 9pm
Ray and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Love, Elaine Reply to this comment
Joyce Fekete On Jul 12 2017 at 9pm
Such a sweet lady! I am so happy I got to know her, wish we could have got to know each other much sooner ! Reply to this comment
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