Pamela Laurette Willis Pagan
Funeral for Pamela Laurette "Willis" Pagan, 56, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018, at Bethlehem Baptist Church, 602 NW Arlington, in Lawton, with the Rev. Michael Turner, officiating.
She died Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, in Temple, Texas.
Burial will be in Highland Cemetery, Lawton, under direction of Howard-Harris Funeral Services, Lawton.
Visitation/viewing will be from 6-8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 17, 2018, in the Chapel of Howard-Harris Funeral Services, 1005 SW C, in Lawton..
Pamela Laurette Willis Pagan was born March 4, 1961, in Lawton to William Charles White and Jimmie Jewell Willis. Pam grew up in Lawton, where she attended Dunbar Elementary, Eisenhower Junior High and Eisenhower Senior High School. After high school, Pam attended Cameron University. During her early years, she worked for Felton Dean, Montgomery Wards and Conway and Hale. Pam married Jesus Pagan and she left Lawton, and traveled as a military wife. She worked many civil service jobs over the years and spent the last 20 years working as a contractor for the government and resided in Killen, Texas, for the last 25 years. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems from Capella University in 2018.
Pam possessed a beautiful smile and a sweet spirit. She enjoyed traveling and cherished her relationships with her sons, grandchildren and close friends. Pam accepted Jesus Christ into her heart at a young age and she lived her life full of love and acceptance of others.
Survivors include three sons: Kenyon Willis (Kendall), Austin, Texas, Terrance Willis (Sumiko), Cedar Park, Texas, Martay Pag·n (Affma), Killeen, Texas; two grandchildren: Dakota Willis and Samara Willis; her mother, of Lawton; two sisters: Terry Sherman, Lawton, Cynthia Leonard (Chris), Dallas, Texas; her brother, Wallace Willis (Marsha), Lawton; four nephews: Nathan Tate, O'Neal Willis, Phillip Leonard and Alphonso, of Sherman, Texas; three nieces: Erin Monroe, Christina Sherman and Jewell Tate; special friend, John Alvarez, Killeen, Texas; and a host of aunts and uncles; cousins and friends who dearly loved her.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Gus and Christine Willis; her dad; and her sister, Sharon Yvonne Tate.