Pamela Jean Talley

Pamela Jean Talley, 54, went to be with the Lord peacefully on January 23, 2021. Pam was born on November 2, 1966 to Barbara Mae Sprouse and Richard Eugene Shifflett and was raised and lived her whole life in Louisa. She is survived by her soulmate of over 17 years, David Pelletier; his mother, “Dottie”; and her three children, Chelsea Newsome and her husband Aaron, Kendra Payton, and Robert Kyle Hicks and his fiancee, Nicole. She is also survived by her grandchildren, who she loved with every fiber of her being: Kaylen Amick, Xavier Roach, Zoey Roach, A.J. Turner, Chad Pritchette, and Robert Kyle Hicks Jr. aka K.J. She also had three sisters and a brother, and a number of aunts, uncles, and cousins she is also survived by. She will always be remembered for her huge heart of wanting to help everyone, her beautiful and contagious smile and laughter, and everyone knew the unconditional LOVE she had for her children and grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her mother, Barbara Sprouse and her father, “Gene” Shifflett, her brother, Elwood “Moonie” Sprouse, and her cousin and very dear friend, Brenda Talley. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Woodward Funeral Home for immediate family, but there will be a celebration of Life for Pam in the spring of this year.

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