Pamilla S. Baker • September 20, 2020

On September 20, Heaven was blessed with a new angel. Pamilla S. Baker passed quietly into
the hands of Jesus surrounded by her loving family. Pam was the loving mother of two, doting
grandmother to three and great-grandmother to five children who loved spending time with their
Born on June 30, 1943, in Boston, MA, Pam’s father was in the Navy, which led them to move
quite a bit before settling in Pace, FL. She attended Milton High School and then Pensacola
Junior College. She may have been small in stature, but her personality and heart for others
was vast beyond her five-foot frame.
Pam was never one to sit still for too long. She loved to work and continued to do so until her
health did not allow it. ln her life, she found purpose in a few different careers. She was a
cosmetologist before transitioning to bookkeeping, her career for the ten years she lived in New
York City.
When she moved back to Pensacola, she worked for the Northwest Florida Planning Council.
Her last job was in home health care. Being able to help her clients maintain their independence
brought great joy to her life, as did the friendships she made in this careen
ln her many years as a Pensacola native, Pam was a proud member of Marcus Pointe Baptist
Pam was preceded in death by her parents, Howard A. Street and Annis M. Stegall. She is
survived by her children, Michael R. Bames and Cindy B. (Kirk) Waters; three grandchildren,
Erica Barnes, Jace (Kathleen) Waters, Amy (Cody) Henry;and five great-grandchildren, J.J. and
Tate Waters, Bo Henry, Adynn Phillips and Briella Bowler. She is also survived by her brothers,
William T. (Liz) Street, Charles D. (Judy) Street, Frederick C. (Connie) Street; and her favorite
shopping buddy, her cousin, Garia Sanders. She also has a host of nieces, nephews, cousins
and dear friends.
Funeral services will be held Monday, September 28, 2020, at Pensacola Memorial Gardens.
Visitation will be at 10 a.m., and the funeralwill be at 11 a.m, with Craig Hindsman of Marcus
Pointe Baptist Church officiating

  1. Donna Harper (former THS teacher) says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Her legacy lives on through each of you. Death takes the body. God takes the soul. Our mind holds the memories Our heart keeps the love. Our faith let’s us know we will meet again. God Bless

  2. Garia Sanders says:

    She was my sweet cousin and dear friend. I will miss our outings and phone calls and her sweet, smiling face. She is sweetly resting now. Cindy and Mike, she loved you both and the rest of her family dearly. Know her love lives on for you. Prayers and love to all of you.

  3. Betty Grubbs Presser says:

    Pam, my sister and I grew up together in Pace with sleepovers and dancing to Elvis! After high school we lost touch but I often thought of Pam and the good times we had.

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