Pamela Ann Scott, 64, was born on December 5, 1958, to Mable (Robinson) Henry and Cleoplous Scott in Benton Harbor, Michigan. She was known to family and friends simply as “Pam”.
Pam’s family moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan, while she was at a young age. She came up through the Parchment School District and received her diploma from Old Kalamazoo Central. Pam worked at various healthcare facilities throughout her career. She often said helping and interacting with patients was an extreme delight. Pam’s children were her heart. She loved and cared for them deeply. She taught them the significance of having loyal family values, being true to yourself by speaking your mind, and most importantly, finding your own path with the Lord.
Pam enjoyed playing cards with friends, mainly Tunk, and also completing her daily word search puzzles. She will be remembered for her many humorous adventures, but also for speaking her mind... loudly. She was a grizzly momma bear with a heart of gold.
Pam departed this life doing what she loved to do; going for her daily walk and smoking a cigarette while coming from the store with her sweet tea, on Saturday, March 11, 2023.
She was preceded in death by her father, Cleoplous Scott; stepmother, Elvie Scott; stepfather, Lawrence Henry; brothers, Theoplous Scott and Cleoplous Scott II; sister, Clea Denise Williams; grandson, Javon Deonte Bell; nephew, Brian Robinson; cousin, Bernard “Mickey” Braxton; cousin, Emmitt Jones; aunt, Vergie Braxton; paternal grandmother, Allene Scott; and maternal grandmother, Willie May Robinson.
Left to cherish her memory is her mother, Mable Henry; children, Cleoplous (DeGeei) Scott III, Terry Junior Scott, Charmeka Allene Scott, James Scott, LekQuentin (Ciera Myles) Scott, Qualisqua Ann Scott, Alisha Ann Scott, and Clint Scott; grandchildren, Ramel Leeper, Jeremiah Myles, Yuri Beasley, Joshua Scott, Mary Scott, Sencere Scott-Johnson, Chanel Scott, and Elijah Donkor; great-grandchildren, Javon Deonte Bell, Jr., Nevaeh Grace Bell, and Javon Deonte Bell III; brother, Rodney Robinson; sisters Shirly Percy, Charmagne (Abraham) Mustapha, Cynthia Henry, Lysandra Townsell, Bridgett (Ike) Ozuzu, Trina Henry, Daphne (Marlon) Henry-Underhill, Shari (Terry Heyward) Dexter; and many extended family members.
Pam will eternally be in the hearts of the privileged that she herself shared her heart, humor, and trust with.
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