Pamela Irene Whitecotton

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Pamela Irene Whitecotton of Manassas, VA on Wednesday, February 21, 2007. She lost her battle against cancer. Beloved friend of Sheryl McCoy, daughter of Mildred Jean Whitecotton of Vienna, VA and the late Master Sergeant Jim Whitecotton; sister of Carolyn Jean (Harold) Tanks, Kathryn Lois (Suellen Evans) Whitecotton and Michael James Whitecotton; also survived by nephews, Harold (Shelly) Tanks, Michael Whitecotton, Jr. and Matthew Whitecotton; niece, Denise Lambert; great nieces, Lauren Stelle-Tanks and Shyla R. Lambert, Lottie Williams and Deborah Fischer, mother and sister of Sheryl McCoy. Friends may call at Money and King Funeral Home, 171 W. Maple Ave., Vienna, VA on Saturday, March 3, 2007 from 1 p.m. until 2 p.m. at which time a memorial service will be held. Memorial contributions may be made to the Halquist Memorial Inpatient Center, Capital Hospice, 4715 15th Street North, Arlington, VA 22205

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. sure am gonna miss ya girl. will always remember all our old softball games and partying afterwards (when we were younger lol). so sorry ya left us but am happy to know you are in a better place and not in pain anymore. take care old girl……the other pam

  2. We wish we could be with you and wanted you to know that we are so sorry for your loss of your wonderful Daughter and Sister and our Niece. We will be sharing in your grief and thinking of all of you during this difficult time. May you know that Pam had many wonderful friends and will continue to be highly thought of by all of us forever. Walter, Faye and Family

  3. Jean, family and friends, I am saddened by your loss of Pam. Although we were first cousins with me being out here in Califonria, it’s been many years since I’ve met Pam, but after reading her story of her life, I am certain we would have been good friends as well as family. Whitecotton’s seem to have a lot in common. I am Alton Whitecotton’s youngest daughter, Dee Dee Whitecotton. I will keep you, family and friends of Pam in my prayers. Take care of yourself during this time and always. Love Dee Dee Whitecotton-Lloyd

  4. You are in our prayers. Our hearts go out to you as we share the feelings of your loss. Remember the fun times had with Pam.

  5. Pam you are going to be missed by so many friends that really cared for you in so many ways. You were loved so much by all of your friends and always made them laugh. I will never forget all the good times we had together. Love, BJ

  6. Aunt Jean, Mike, Carol and Kathy. I know I don’t make contact with you but I think about all of you quite often. You have always been very much a part of the family I never really got to have and never really got to know. I send along my sorrow for Pam and keep the grief to myself. I’m sure you all have plenty of your own to contend with. I am sorry and love you all. Frank jr

  7. The most wonderful thing about making memories is that while our time together may have been short our rememberances of a good time and laughter are forever. Have a good journey. Linda & Gina

  8. Pam, you are going to be missed by alot of people–especially me and Sheri. You are the kind of person someone always wanted as a true friend and I was fortunate to have that. Love, Di

  9. Pam, I will miss you very much. We really had some good times together, and that will truly be missed. Love ya Donna

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