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Pamela Glynese Miller

November 28, 1959 ~ December 25, 2020 (age 61)


Pamela “Pam” Glynese Wende Miller, 61, of Laguna Park, Bosque County (Lake Whitney), passed away Christmas day 2020.

A memorial gathering will be held Saturday Jan 2, 2021 at the Nazarene Church, 1103 N. Brazos St. in Whitney, Tx. from 11am to Noon, with doors open at 10:30am.

She will be cremated and then laid to rest later at a date to be determined at the Oakwood Cemetery in Cisco, Texas where both of her parents are buried.

Pam was born November 28, 1959 to Frederick David “Fred” Wende and Emery Cordella Hallmark Wende in Cisco, Tx. She was married to Allen Bret Miller from Sept 8, 2007 until her passing. 9-8-7. She wanted to be married on that day because it was easy to remember (more likely her thought was it was going to be easier for Bret to remember). They met on and got married about one month later. They just “knew”.   

She passed unexpectedly at her home. She was very active in her church, Our Savior Lutheran in Whitney, Tx. She and Bret had just relocated from Weatherford, Tx. to Lake Whitney in July 2020 and were on track for what they planned to accomplish for years to come. She is survived by her husband Bret Miller, her two daughters Sarah Buller and Sharon Livesay and also Sharon's husband Steven Livesay and two stepchildren Grant Miller and Madison Miller. Pam has seven grandchildren Megan, Chris, Matt, Trevor, Cole, Alexandra and Cora. 

Pam’s most favorite hobby, besides her efforts at church along with her remarkable singing voice, was cooking. She loved to cook. She had her dream kitchen from which to work, and Bret was provided for like a king and he never ate the same meal twice. ALL meals were excellent!!! She watched cooking shows non-stop. The Law-and-Order TV series was another where she had probably seen all episodes 20 times each. Bret liked them too and they hung out and watched them together a lot. Pam never met a stranger. She had a heart of gold and was fiercely loyal. She will be missed forever, but now she gets to reconnect with her folks and sister.

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Memorial Service
January 2, 2021

11:00 AM
The Nazarene Church
1103 N Brazos Street
Whitney, TX 76692

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