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Obituary for Ms. Pamela Primous
January 20, 1963 a day for all to remember together the late Nathaniel Jacobs and Inetha Primous welcomed Pamela Melissa Primous, she took her first breathe causing a never ending shock wave into the lives of all and any. Always late to everything but essentially she was always on time one thing Pam knew how to do well was make a grand entrance. The life of every event, the first to fix a plate for a random stranger in need, a momma to any child and many adults. Pam woke up listening to Gospel music and fell asleep listening to the word. There is no doubt Pamela Chacon-Primous is written in the lambs book of life along side her late husband Robert Chacon. Together they shall make fashion statements for the heavens to rave about. Pamela was a natural fashionista, comedian, great mother, even better grandmother, but above all things a child of God. From a young age you could find Pam walking the dirt roads of Barnes Hammock to Mount Olive Church. In 2019 Pamela got her Associates Degree in Biblical Studies.
The ripples of the Primous shockwave got immensely larger on July 31st, 2022 as Pamela Chacon-Primous took her last breath. With everything Pamela had in her she breathed life , knowledge, and the word of God into her children, grandchildren, surviving siblings, family and friends.
To carry on her legacy and breathe life into others Pamela left the torch burning for her two sons, Lamarous Walker of Bradenton, Fl., and Tecon Primous of Tampa, Fl.; two daughters, Tanisha R Primous of Tampa, Fl., Robin Biana Chacon-Primous of Bradenton, Fl.; three grandsons, Mason Primous, Jessie (Boogie) Primous, and Tyler Primous; three granddaughters, Janaiya Chacon-Primous, La’maria Walker, and Taylor Primous; one sister Tanisha Faye Miller (Pastor Steve) of Archer, Fl. ; two brothers, Tyron Primous (Bridgette) of Tampa, Fl., and Henry Primous(Nicki) of Williston, Fl.; one sister in-law Anna Garcia-Chacon of Kerrville, Tx.; three aunts, Irene Jackson of Williston, Fl., Alice Robinson (Henry) of Gainesville, Fla., Susie Rowe of Archer, Fla. and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
“Letter to Mamma”
You helped us see
Our own uniqueness’s,
even when we didn't see it in ourselves
And you taught us
that life is still beautiful,
even when it isn't simple.
That's a special kind of love, Mamma
a love that only you
could have given us…
a love that has made
all the difference in our lives.
Our Angle Our best friend Our mother Our nurturer Our teacher you have left us with a legacy to carry on. You filled our hearts with love, laughter, discipline, but above all THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE LORD JESUS CHRIST.