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In Memory

Pamela Marthel Noblitt

Pamela Marthel Noblitt

 

Pamela Noblitt Bridges

 
Obituary

Pamela Bridges Obituary

Pamela Noblitt Bridges, 58, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Thursday, August 6, 2009.

A resident of Lexington, S.C., she was of the Baptist faith.

She leaves behind her loving husband, J.D. Bridges Jr.; her mother, Delores Noblitt; daughter, Lori Kristin Wall and her husband Kevin; son, James Ray Childs and his wife Holly Armstrong Childs; stepson, John Dustin Bridges and his wife Andrea; stepdaughter, Stephanie Bridges Hackler and her husband Todd; her sister, Janice Lynne Noblitt and her husband Aram Mesardjian. She was also survived by eight grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her father, Howard Ray Noblitt; and brother, James Robert "Bob" Noblitt.

The family will receive friends at First Baptist Church Simpsonville, 106 Church Street on Sunday, August 9, 2009, from 1:15 to 2:45 p.m., where services will be held at 3 p.m.

Memorial donations in her memory may be made to the American Cancer SocietyAmerican Heart Association and First Baptist Church Simpsonville Mission.

Interment to follow Cannon Memorial Park, Fountain Inn, S.C.

 
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05/02/19 12:52 PM #1    

Teresa (Terri) Wright (Lightmas)

Pam was one of the first people that I met when we moved to Columbus. We were instant friends at age seven and our friendship would continue all through high school. My family would move away for years at a time, but always returned to Columbus, untill I moved to Atlanta in 1969. Throughout all of those years, I knew I could count on her friendship whenever we came back.  We would just reconnect as if I had never left and pick up on where we were in our relationship last. I could confide in her things that I would never share with anyone else, ever.  She was kind, very pretty, thoughtful and loads of fun! Her parents and older sister were just as sweet and welcoming. I truly regret not keeping up with our friendship because we knew each other really well...warts and all and still managed to stay close!  I'm so glad she had such a wonderful, large family and seemed well loved.  I will always remember your sweet spirit.


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