Pamela's Story

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Pamela Kay (Tidmore) LoCoco, went home to be with her Lord Jesus Christ on Sunday April 19, 2015 at the age of Sixty One years Nine months and 19 days. She was a member of the Baptist faith. Pamela was born in Sulphur, OK on June 30, 1953 to Elroy and Rachel Tidmore, She was welcomed at home by her sister Deborah Ann and later she welcomed a baby brother David. Pamela, graduated from Sharon Mutual High School in year 1971 then attended Woodward Beauty College and received her license, she worked for a time in the Cameo Beauty Shoppe in Vici, and later in a beauty shop in Woodward. After moving to Tulsa she worked at a picture studio. Pamela met her husband Allen LoCoco in Tulsa, OK and they were married Dec 8, 1977 in Tulsa They have one son Tony Ray LoCoco and wife Scarlett (Whalen) LoCoco and three grandchildren Bret Allen, and twins Cooper and Raegan. Pamela liked to work in her yard and she had a beautiful yard. She also liked to cook and was an excellent cook. Her grandchildren liked to go to her home where they took turns getting her to fix their favorite food. Pamela was a wonderful daughter, wife, mother, sister, grandmother, aunt, cousin and friend. She always went out of her way to help others. She liked to study her Bible, and most of the time she had a very happy outlook on life. She always called each Saturday morning to see how her mom and dad were doing, and to talk about her grandchildren who she loved dearly. Pamela passed away unexpectedly on April 19, 2015 at her home in Locust Grove, OK resting in her chair, with her cheek resting in the palm of her hand, with her eyes closed as though she had just fallen asleep. A celebration of Pamela's life was held at “your Place Church” in Pryor, OK on Thursday April 23rd. Reverend Dennis Hall Pastor of the Recovery Church in Duncan, OK and brother in law to Pamela officiated at the Celebration of Life Service. After a wonderful uplifting Christian Message of Hope, a film of Pamela's life was shown. Following the film an invitation was given to anyone who wished to speak of their memories of Pamela, a number of people shared their memories and some was funny especially the memories of her cousins who rode in the car when she was driving as a teenager. A number of the children spoke of their memories of her and how they loved her.
Published on  May 3, 2015
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