Date Created: 07/13/2020
Last Updated: 07/13/2020

In loving memory of Pamela Miller-Cobbs
1/8/1962 - 7/6/2020

Location: Marietta, Georgia

Visits: 3,546

Pamela Carol Miller-Cobbs, age 58 died on Monday morning July 6, 2020. Pam was born to the late Melvin Miller and Cornelia Butler on January 8, 1962.

Pam served in the United State Armed Forces, during the Gulf War as an engineer. Where she spent 4 years and 6 months in the service, ultimately earning an army service ribbon, national defense service medal, overseas service ribbon, and an army good conduct medal.

Pamela is survived by her daughter, Natoshia; three sisters, Rene, Willie Mae, and Bonita; and a number of other loving relatives and close friends.

We will not be holding a memorial service or funeral at this time (due to COVID-19).

The family wishes to thank all of those who cared for her during her years.

 
 
 
 

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From: Annna Cobbs Sunday, August 30, 2020
My favorite memory was you finding me and coming to visit me and beought me a case of Pepsi, that was such a treat. I was in Hospice at home and that visit brought me so much joy. After all these years we were able to put away any discomfort and enjoy just praying and loving. RWG Pam



From: Shon Miller Monday, July 13, 2020
There are just so many!!! Unfortunately, my favorite memories of my Aunt Pam are sad. Not because they were bad memories but because they took place under unfortunate circumstances. There was NEVER a dull moment around Pam! Pam would have me all over Oakland driving when I could barely see over the steering wheel! She would sneak me to work with her in San Leandro. Oh my goodness the crazy times we spent together are countless. I loved my Auntie Pam for years calling her my "Favorite Auntie." I had an opportunity to hear her voice just hours before her passing so I can say that she left me on joyful terms. I am grateful for that. I will miss my Pammy-Wammy!



From: Len Cobbs Monday, July 13, 2020
I remember at a BBQ before we went to six flags and she was trying to hide the fact she was pinching off the ribs and I asked her not to eat any and she had BBQ sauce all over her chin and said no Leonard I wasn't eating ribs. I was just tasting them. I couldn't do anything but laugh. she was funny and I will always remember that about her.



From: tasha cobbs Monday, July 13, 2020
My favorite memory of my mom was her teaching me how to shine my leather shoes. She loved her leather! "Girl, you look sharp in that leather jacket." Miss you, mom.

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