Pamela Leggett Grady
Pamela Leggett Grady
  • October 28, 1949 - November 22, 2017
  • Dallas, Texas

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Pamela (Pam) Louise was born in Glendale, California to Anne and Leo Leggett on Friday, October 28, 1949. Her mother always loved the name Pamela, and Louise was her paternal grandmother's first name. Pam was the oldest of four children. She attended Santa Catalina School and the University of Southern California.
Pam was full of life and loved by everyone she met. She had a quick wit and an amazing heart, and she was gifted at making everyone she knew feel special and loved. She was fondly known as "Ms. Pam" to her daughters' friends and their families. Pam loved celebrating, and she loved to add special touches to every holiday and celebration. She was a blessing to so many and always put others before herself. Her greatest accomplishments are her two daughters, Kelly Noonan and Michelle Grady. They were her whole world. You couldn't talk to Pam without hearing stories about her girls. She was an incredibly proud and loving mother. Aside from her daughters, she loved the beach, tulips, reading mystery/crime novels, The Beach Boys, James Garner, and anything pink.
Pam was a Sales Customer Service Specialist with FedEx Office for more than 10 years.
Pam loved children, and she loved hearing stories about Kelly and Michelle's elementary school "kids". She often popped into their schools to bring their students holiday pencils and erasers. It brought her so much joy and happiness.
Pam is preceded in death by her parents, Anne and Leo Leggett; daughter, Jennifer Noonan; and aunt, Catherine (Rene) Riddle. She is survived by daughters Kelly Noonan and Michelle Grady of Plano, Texas; younger brothers: Duke Leggett (and family) of Palo Alto, California; Bruce Leggett (Elleda Wilson) of Astoria, Oregon; and Dennis Leggett of New York, New York; her Colorado family: cousins, William A. Riddle and Joann Sprinkle (Dean); and her second cousin, Leslie Colagrosso (Matt) and their adorable children, J.D. and Gia.
Please join us on Friday, December 8 from 5-8PM. for her Visitation at Ted Dickey West Funeral Home, and her Memorial Service at Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Plano on Saturday, December 9 at 11AM.
As we gather to celebrate her beautiful life, the family asks that you wear her favorite color pink or a "pop" of pink.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider a donation in her honor to Prince of Peace Catholic School (Attn: Kris Horlick, 5100 W Plano Pkwy, Plano, Texas 75093) or Townsell Elementary School (Attn: 4th grade Austin, 3700 Pleasant Run Rd, Irving, Texas75038).
Arrangements under the direction of Ted Dickey West Funeral Home, Dallas, Texas.