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Pamela Jean (Thomas) Blalock
June 3, 1961 ~ July 13, 2023 (age 62) 62 Years Old
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Pamela (Pam) Jean Blalock, 62, of Mount Vernon, Texas went home to be with Jesus on Thursday, July 13, 2023, after a long but victorious physical battle. Pam stupeﬁed physicians by refusing to conform to the 72-hour, life-limiting prognosis and spent 2 more years testifying of her miracle working God to anyone and everyone who would listen. The ﬁnal miracle occurred on July 13, 2023, when He called her home and she heard the words, “Well done, good and faithful servant!”
Pamela was born on June 3, 1961, to Robert (Pete) Thomas and Ida Thomas in Mount Vernon, TX. Pam graduated from Mount Vernon High School and went on to work in the laboratory at Franklin County Hospital, Villa Visiting Nurses, and Jordan Health Services. Along the way, she developed life-long friendships with colleagues, who she would count as family.
In 1980, Pamela married Jimmie Keith Blalock. The two made their home for a short period in Mount Pleasant, Texas before planting their roots ﬁrmly in Mount Vernon, Texas where they spent the last 33 years. Pam and Keith went on to have two daughters, Nicole Blalock Weakley and Jacqueline Blalock.
Pam was a life-long member of the Hagansport Church of God of Prophecy. Throughout the years she faithfully served in various roles in the church. Her ﬁnal leadership role in the church was as the World Mission’s Leader. In this position, Pamela passionately led support eﬀorts for a partner church located in Ivory Coast, Africa, helping to secure funds and transportation for mission eﬀorts in remote and impoverished areas of Africa. As Pam’s health declined, seeking a way to continue to minister to others, she started a greeting card ministry in which she wrote and mailed cards from home to those in need of prayer and words of encouragement.
Pamela was predeceased by her father, Robert Thomas, mother, Ida Thomas and her grandparents, Jack and Lessie Joice. She is survived by her husband, Keith Blalock, daughters, Nicole Blalock Weakley and Jacqueline Blalock, grandchildren, Destin Weakley, Jaedyn Blalock, and Coulter Weakley, two sisters and their husbands, Beverly and Avis Jones, and Angela and Bill Hunnicutt, and brother and wife, Joe and Eva Thomas, all of Mount Vernon, Texas. She is also survived by a multitude of nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins who she loved dearly.
A Graveside Service will be held at the Collier’s Chapel Cemetery on Sunday, July 16, 2023, at 1:00 p.m. A Celebration of Life will follow the graveside service at the Hagansport Community Center. The family invites everyone to attend the celebration to fellowship and share memories of Pam.