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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Pamela (Comstock) Thompson

1955 - 2021

Hurricane

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Pamela Yevette Thompson of Hurricane, WV passed away July 27, 2021, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Pam was born May 15, 1955, to the late David and Eileen Comstock.

Pam is survived by her husband, Eddie, her brother Bill Comstock (Debbie Zegeer), Aunt Patricia Jones, nephew Dave Comstock (Jane), great nephews Dave IV, Emmett and Bastian, and stepdaughter Krissy Thompson. She is also survived by her friend Cyndie Vance Pepson as well as numerous other friend and family.

Pam graduated from Nitro High School and attended Marshall University. She worked at Union Carbide and was the owner/operator of Ridgeview Kennels.

Pam was hard working and adventurous. She had a flair for decorating and being a good hostess. She loved having fun with family and friends, nature, the outdoors, country living and all animals especially dogs and birds. Hundreds of hummingbirds flocked to her porch every summer.

It was Pam’s wish to be cremated and to have no funeral service.

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Ric and Cindy Childress

July 29, 2021 6:18 PM

Pam has been a friend of ours for 50 plus years. She had such a beautiful smile. She and Ric graduated the same year from Nitro.  She was at our wedding 44 years ago.   So many memories of boating trips, hiking, camping,, impromptu parties with fires and music. She taught our son to whistle and danced with him at the regatta when he was younger.  I could write memories for hours..With this friendship in included all of the family.  Her brother Bill and wife Debbie became our best friends.  So many Miss Sterling memories. With tears in my eyes I write these memories.  My thoughts and prayers are with the family and her dear friend and ours, Cyndi .  She will be missed..

Dianne Harrah

July 29, 2021 3:59 PM

Pam was a wonderful caregiver for my two fur friends. I never worried about them when I left them with her. She was a special lady. She will be missed!

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