Pamela Althea Clark

1960 - 2023

Our beloved mother Pamela Althea Clark left this earth after a brief, but difficult battle with cancer. A fighter until the end, she passed away in Winston-Salem, NC on October 31st, 2023 at the age of 63 after a well lived life.

Pam is survived by many, many loving family and friends including her three daughters Tiffany, Latasha and Ashley; her mother Martha; her father Toi; her siblings Mark, Tracey and Curtis; and beloved sons-in-law Maurice and Keith. Pam is a veteran of the US Army and worked as a Nurse at the Kernersvillle VA. She enjoyed dancing, traveling and spending time at home with her two dogs Sasha and Bianca. Pam was always the brightest smile in the room; she will be dearly missed and always remembered.

Pam requested a cremation and that we scatter her ashes in her favorite spot, the ocean. We will be holding this private event at a later date and time. A Memorial Service is still being planned at this time.


22 tributes for Pamela Althea Clark

  1. Diana Jordan

    Sending all my love and prayers to you all! ❤️ So very sorry for your loss! May she rest in peaceful love!

  2. Melissa Richardson

    My birthday sister. It was a pleasure knowing you and working with you. Now the angels are blessed to see you smile. Prayers and blessings to the family.

  3. Audrey Clark

    Tiffany, Latasha, Ashley, Those we love remain a part of us. Mother has left this world but never your hearts. You will always remember, you will always love. I understand what you’re going through because I’ve experienced the loss of someone very dear to my life too and now Pam. She will be and always has been my special daughter .In time the pain will ease and the memories will bring comfort. I’m walking with you through the pain one step at a time and in time you will laugh again.
    With heart felt sympathy,
    Grandma Clark

  4. Alvina Anne Gipson

    My deepest condolences and prayers are with you through this transition in your lives. I know how you feel because I just lost my mom two months ago. Hold the memories close to your heart for Pamela will always be with you she will be your guardian angel.. joy will come again .. it is darkest before the dawn but joy cometh in the morning.. Peace be with you your cousin

  5. Deonca Pass-Tatum

    Continuing to cover you all in prayer. My deepest condolences on your Mom’s passing.

  6. Lauraine Dockery

    My sincere condolences to Tashie and family. My heart aches for the loss of your beautiful, beloved Mom. Prayers for you and family at this difficult time. Love you lots my friend 🙏🏼🤗❤️

  7. Jackee Sink

    Oh what an angel heaven has gained. An amazing nurse and genuine soul. She brought me back a hand piano from her trip to Jamaica and I would sit across from her at work and serenade her.
    I will treasure it forever. Comfort and prayers for the family, she loved you all dearly. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful woman with us. Her work here is done.

  8. sam woods

    heaven has gained an Angel…I worked with you for a year and could not find a better dedicated intelligent nurse that gave 150% to the veterans and 300% to her family…..As I write this dedication to you I cannot hold back my tears and confessed how much we will miss you……. may you rest in peace my friend

  9. Alice P. Gatewood

    So sorry to hear this. I did not know Pam but her beautiful smile I’m sure lighted up the hearts of many.

    Prayers of Blessings and Peace to her family and love one!

  10. Jennifer McClaney

    What a awesome person! Pam and I attended nursing school together. She was always a ray of sunshine and had a positive outlook as we went through those rough days of school. My condolences and prayers to Pam’s entire family.

  11. Dr. Risa Peets

    What an AMAZING nurse! Always growing and learning with a heart to always help! So grateful to have known you. Pam you have left an indelible mark of kindness on everyone that encountered you. We will carry that forever!…Praying Gods peace and strength for your family.

  12. Stephanie Wilmoth, RN

    My condolences to all those who loved and cared for Pam. She was a wonderful person and a great co-worker. She will truly be missed.

  13. Varia "Val" A. Haynie

    I was privileged to have met and worked with Pam at the Kernersville VA. Often times we interacted as she would bring samples down or call the Laboratory. I enjoyed working with her and will never forget her concern and kindness. May her family find strength in the precious memories! I send my deepest condolences to you all!

  14. Rachele

    I served alongside Pam on a nursing council and she was ALWAYS a bright light and always someone who’s positive energy radiated to those around her. She was an amazing nurse who’s impact will last for years to come. I’m so sorry for your loss. You all will be in my prayers.

  15. Mesha Wagner

    My ray of sunshine! From the day I started at the VA Pam was always a beacon of light. Literally an angel on earth! The love, care and compassion she gave to not only the Veterans but her coworkers as well will live on in our hearts. Her smile lit up every room. I am deeply sadden by this loss, but I am so grateful for the time we had together.

  16. Sheronee Wilkins

    I work at the Kernersville Va. as a sterile processor on 3 floor every time I was out of work to return to work I had to see Pamela to release me to go back to work she was a good nurse and friend to me always talking to me about my blood pressure and I would say okay I will do better. she will be miss a great lady. My Condolence to the family so sorry for your loss.

  17. Nicole Crockett, RN

    My prayers are extended to Pam’s loved ones. She was a very smart, compassionate and loving nurse. She always had an infectious smile and great stories. It was a treat to work with her. Even on her difficult days at work, she would still smile.

  18. Lisa Warf

    I will always remember Pam for her compassion, dedication, and hard work. But most of all I will remember her smile and everlasting friendship!
    You will be missed but never forgotten. Heaven has been blessed!

  19. Marina Hill, RN

    I had the pleasure of working with Pam here at Salisbury and always enjoyed her shining personality and wisdom. Being a Veteran herself she always placed the Veteran she took care of as highest priority. One of Angels among us , has completed her assignment. My prayers go out to her family and loved ones. Our world is a little dimmer with her gone.

  20. Marina Hill, RN

    I had the pleasure of working with Pam here at Salisbury and always enjoyed her shining personality and wisdom. Being a Veteran herself she always placed the Veteran she took care of as highest priority. One of the Angels among us , has completed her assignment. My prayers go out to her family and loved ones. Our world is a little dimmer with her gone.

  21. Nicole Lawson

    To my dear classmate, you will never be forgotten. I truly know that God sent you as my guardian angel for us to help each other through school. You encouraged me to keep going and fight for what we wanted so badly and we did it together. I loved laughing with you and your family. Your presence in my life will forever be treasured. My prayers to your entire family. Love you!

  22. Eileen Tague, NP-C

    Pamela was a classmate in nursing school. She helped me breakthrough some mental boundaries regarding personal care of patients. Sh always had such grace and an amazing presence. I often think of her smile. Sending love to friends and family.


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