Pamela Frye Taylor, age 66, died Wednesday at her residence.
Graveside Service 2:00 PM, August 2nd at Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery in Spring Lake.
A native of Moore County, she was the daughter of the late, Franklin O. Frye & Doris Frye. Pam was a United States Marine Veteran who served our country during the Korean War Era. She was a graduate of Sandhills Community College and worked as a dedicated and compassionate LPN for Dr. Davenport in Pinehurst and Dr. Mulholland in Shallotte and various nursing homes throughout her nursing career.
Survivors include two daughters, Cindy Stewart and husband Jeff of Bolivia and Karen Taylor of Carthage; one son, Todd Carson & wife, Connie of Broadway; two sisters, Susan Bethard of Eugene, Missouri and Conley Frye of Land O'Lakes, Florida; and eleven grandchildren, Austin,Dillion Jessie,Morgan, Matthew, Jordan,Anrew,Alex, Emily,Aaron, and Miranda.

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  1. I worked with Pam when I started nursing 20 years ago. She was a great nurse and person. my prayers to her family.

  2. Pam Taylor is my eldest sister whom I love and will miss greatly. My heart is broken, but I have great faith you will be waiting for me when it is my time to meet our Divine Maker. I live in Missouri, but distance didn’t seperate the love we have. God Spe

  3. Pam Taylor was my Grandma.She was a sweet grandma,who loved all of her family and friends.She did anything for me.If I ever needed anything I could call her,and she would do it.I loved her so much. She will be missed dearly! I Love You Grandma <3

  4. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. The Lord will give you strength to continue your journey of grief.
    God Bless You,
    Staff and Pat Brown, Aftercare Director
    Pines Funerals

  5. I am saddened to learn of Pam’s passing and offer my condolences to her sisters, children, and grands. Pam and I became close friends during the springtime of our lives while attending Sandhills College.
    My memories and times with Pam are forever etc

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