Pamela Bledsoe Silcox β€’ March 5, 2022

Pamela Bledsoe Silcox, 60, was born on September 22, 1961, in Pensacola, Florida, to John Leo Desposito and Sylvia Lorraine Hall.
Pam graduated from Tate High School in 1979. After earning an Associates’s Degree from Pensacola Junior College, she transferred to Florida State University to obtain a Bachelors’s Degree in finance. After graduation, Pam moved back to Pensacola and began her career in personal banking. In 1991, Pam surrendered her tenure in banking and joined the family business, R.D. Ward Construction Company. Pam quickly became an integral part of the company’s day-to-day operations and, eventually, a managing member and shareholder. Her talents exceeded far beyond accounting and record keeping. Pam’s friendly and kind-hearted nature fostered lifelong relationships with employees, vendors, and clients. After her parents retired In 2017, Pam joined The Cook & Boardman Group as a regional project manager. Although her professional life was vastly fulfilled, her most proud accomplishment was creating a family. Pam’s children and grandchildren were her pride and joy. Her generous spirit was most prominently displayed when assuming the roles of Wife, Daughter, Sister, Mom, Gigi, and Friend. No matter the circumstances, Pam dedicated her time and resources to enrich other people’s lives. Her family, friends, and community will be significantly affected by the physical loss, but her legacy will flourish through the generational pledges of goodwill.
Pam was preceded in death by her mother, Sylvia Ward.
Pam is survived by her fathers; Leo Desposito (Fe) & Raymond Ward, husband, Darwin Silcox, brothers; John Desposito, Steven Desposito (Jennifer), David Ward (Amy), Jjeriko Ragadio Lanada, and JR Ragadio Lanada, sisters; Deanna Ricker (Dave) and Queenie Xserenity, children; Ashley Monn (Marcus), Shana Silcox, Amanda Myers (Steven), Samantha Town (Danny), and Cameron Silcox (Rosalyn), grandchildren; Deacon Town, Makenna Monn, Bowen & Boone Myers, and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, and cherished friends.
Pam battled a sudden and brief illness that tragically ended her life on March 5, 2022. She joined her beloved mother in the eternal kingdom of Heaven while surrounded by her family and closest friends.
Public visitation is Friday, March 11, 2022, 9:30 am – 10:30 am, at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Chapel; funeral service to immediately follow.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to The American Cancer Society.
The family thanks everyone for their continued prayers, love, and support!

The service will be available via live webcast for anyone that cannot attend. You may watch the webcast live and/or for 90 days after day of service by entering this website address into one of the compatible browsers (Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox on a Windows computer/phone or Safari on an Apple Mac/iPhone):

Webcast will not be available till 5 minutes before the service.

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If you have any questions, please contact Pensacola Memorial Gardens at 850-944-0355.

  1. Merlyn Clay says:

    Ashley and Amanda, I am so sorry for your loss. You know your mom was so proud of y’all. She loved you with all of her heart. Please express our condolences to your family!

  2. Donna Miller says:

    I did not know her as deeply as many but one thing I knew for sure was the deep love she had for family and friends. I admire the level of importance she had for family. She left a legacy that will carry on in her children. She raised strong daughters that I’m confident will carry on the family vacations and get togethers! She will be missed but surely not forgotten!

  3. Joyce Dawley says:

    Steve, I am so sorry for the loss of your beautiful sister. You and the entire family are in my prayers. God Bless you all.

  4. Chuck & Sylvia Storm says:

    Darwin and Family, so very sorry for your loss. Please extend our condolences to the family.

  5. Tiffany Rohrer says:

    Love you so much Ash! Praying for and thinking about you guys πŸ’™

  6. Mike and Sigrun Celeskey says:

    Our sincerest sympathies for your devastating loss. Mike and I pray for healing and that you rejoice that she has joined her mother and Heavenly Father.

  7. Pam Silcox Nakamura says:

    So sad for the loss of this amazing woman. Beautiful inside and out. She will truly be missed. Prayers and love to my family. May she Rest In Peace. We love you guys.

    Aunt Pam and Uncle Roy and family

  8. Pam Silcox Nakamura says:

    We are so sorry for the loss of this amazing woman. Beautiful inside and out. She will truly be missed. Prayers and love to my family. May she Rest In Peace. We love you guys.

    Aunt Pam and Uncle Roy and family

  9. Russ Swinney says:

    Steve my condolences to you and your family on the loss of your sister.

  10. Sharon Dixon says:

    It is often hard to find the right words at a time like this. May you find peace, comfort, and all the love you guys need in the days to come. Pam will truly be missed she was amazing wife,mother, grandmother.. May she Rest In Peace.. Love Sharon and Eric β€οΈπŸ’•

  11. Kim and Lance Reaves says:

    Darwin and Family

    We are sad and so sorry for your loss. I worked with Pam for 25+ years while she was at R.D. Ward Construction doing business with the school district. She was as true gem and pleasure to work with. We are praying for your family that God will give you the comfort and strength that you will need during this difficult time.

    With Sincere Condolences-Lance and Kim Reaves

  12. Chancy and Jerry Smith says:

    We were blessed to have Pam as a part of our lives for many years. She will be truly missed.

    Praying for you all.

    Chancy and Jerry Smith

  13. Rebecca Smith says:

    I am praying for the family. I am praying for peace and comfort. Pam was very well loved. I always love coming to her back in the ballpark days. She will be truly missed.

  14. Brittany Calderwood says:

    Such a beautiful soul who made everyone who crossed her path smile. I could not have asked for a more compassionate and kind landlord, who honestly felt like family. My heart goes out to her entire family and friends, and she will definitely be missed.

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