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Gathering of Friends and Family

First Baptist Church of Newtown
Saturday January 26th, 2019
3:00pm - 5:00pm

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Celebration of Life

First Baptist Church of Newtown
Saturday January 26th, 2019

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Pamela Sue Duncan

DUNCAN Pamela Sue (nee Ladd) age 61, resident of Newtown. Beloved wife of Darrell L. Duncan. Loving mother of Anna Marie (Jason) Holt, Jarrod Scott (Angela) Duncan and Jace Edward (Christine) Duncan. Daughter of the late Hershael Clayton and Lucille Marcum Ladd. Dear sister of Walt Neal and the late Jeannie Hopper. Grandmother of Jordyn Rae Duncan, Ava Kayleen Buchholz, Mitchell Duncan, Aiden Richard Duncan, Kyle Holt and Grace Anne Holt. Cousin of Josie Davidson. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and extended family. Family will receive friends from 3 PM until 5 PM Celebration of Pamela’s Life on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at First Baptist Church of Newtown, 6944 Main Street, 45244. Memorial donations may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati. https://hospiceofcincinnati.org/donate/.

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My condolences to the family for the loss of a very very special lady that I loved and cherished the friendship thru the years I think it was 1980 when I meant her and iloveder the first I meant her ! When I was down she could lift me up in a heart beat with a joke and I would laught til I Cried! Darrell my heart goes out to you its the worst pain to lose a spouse and you will be in my prayers and to her 3 kids a mothers love will never be forgotten! I very very sad I couldnt come today Im going thru some health issues but my heart was there! Andto her grand babies oh how she loved be a grandmother! God Bless to all andsendinglotsof love and hugs JoAnn Richardson :pray::pray::pray::heart:

joann Richardson Jan 26 2019 11:49 PM

I absolutely love this lady :sparkling_heart: She had such a wonderful smile and kindness around her, no matter what. Words are not enough and she will be missed.

Angela Farrell Jan 25 2019 9:44 PM

Where to begin?! Aunt Pam and Uncle Darrell kept my 3 brothers and me at their home on many occasions. They took us to Reds games, Burger pumpkin patch, movies, and so much more. Some of our best memories were made in their home. It was nothing to load up 10 kids and take us home with her. We watched movies, played outside, slept wherever we could find a spot, played in Jaces kiddie pool, went to Grandma Pistols pool. We had so much fun! Aunt Pam was just special! Those big eyes, with that big ole hearty laugh. Going to miss you, (we already do.) We love you Aunt Pammy.:purple_heart: With much love and respect, Scott and Tina Lamb Heath & Shannon Minton (nephew) Donnie Minton & Amy Beatty (nephew) Scott & Tina Lamb (niece) Scottie Minton & Danny Sebastian (nephew)

tina lamb Jan 25 2019 3:10 PM

Always greeted me with a smile. What a beautiful person inside and out! She loved coming to our LACE Tea Party's. I'll save you a seat at the next one XOXO

Donna Jan 23 2019 9:55 PM

She will always hold special connections to me. Living on the same hill I thought of her as Queen of the hill with a home a lighthouse of blessings. Being my sister-in-Christ gives me assurance we will meet again. Thanks for the memories and Pam your family will be closer even more. John Glass

john glass Jan 23 2019 9:04 PM