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Pamela A. Thompson

In Loving Memory

Thompson, Pamela Ann (nee Carroll)

March 5, 1949 - January 6, 2024

Pamela Ann Thompson, 74, of St. Louis, Missouri, died January 6th, 2024.

She was born in St. Louis in 1949 to Clarence T. Carroll and Rose M. Carroll (nee Doeren) and preceded in death by her husband Larry J. Thompson, who she married August 2nd, 1969.  She is also preceded in death by her brother, Michael Carroll.

Pamela is survived by her brother Tom Carroll, sister Jaqueline Johnson, children Chris and Jeffrey Thompson, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.

SERVICES: Pamela will be memorialized at Kutis Funeral Home at 10151 Gravois Road, St. Louis, MO on February 17th, 2024 at 11:00 am.  Pamela will be interred with her husband at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, 2900 Sheridan Road, St. Louis, MO on February 20th, 2024 at 10:30 am in the presence of her family and friends.


5 thoughts on “Thompson, Pamela Ann (nee Carroll)”

  1. Going to miss you! Pam, you were such a great neighbor. I will never forget my 11th birthday when you took me on a spending spree to Walmart You were my first neighbor to come and talk to me and my family the last big nice thing you did for me was you went with my mom to the APA and you help My mom pick out a kitty cat that I love so much You will forever have a special place in my heart. Thank you for the memories that I will always hold near and dear to my heart I love you so much

  2. Gonna miss you Pam. You were a wonderful neighbor. Thank you for always bringing cookies down at Christmas time and bringing the boys presents for their birthday. Thank you also for keeping me up to date on all the neighborhood gossip lol. I know you are happy to be reunited with your Larry. Much love.

  3. I’m so sorry for your loss, Jeff and Chris. She’ll never be forgotten. Pam was an awesome person! She helped me when no one else would. I mean she did wonders for my life back then. If not for her, I might not be here today. Thank you Pam. Fine but never forgotten!


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