A Time to Be Born
Through the infinite wisdom of God, on July 31, 1955, a beloved, beautiful flower, Pamela Randolph, was born in Hall County, Georgia to the late John F. Randolph, Jr. and Ruby C. Yarbrough Randolph. She was born with many blessed gifts and talents and used them all to the glory of God.
A Time to Build Up
Pamela was affectionately called Pam (PR). She attended the Hall County school in the Hall County School System and graduated from Johnson High School as the first graduating class in 1974. She was a member of the Ebony Society where she participated in many pageants at Johnson High School. She completed a two-year certification program in Food Services and Nutrition at Gainesville College. Her first job of employment was at Brenau College in the kitchen with her cousins David and Deacon Michael Leverette as a teenager. She was employed with Roses Discount Stores as a manager (20 years). She had a Home Daycare (3 years). She worked at Bell Minor Nursing Home as a Food Service Supervisor (23 years) and built a relationship with a group of ladies that called themselves “The Bell Minor Shopping Girls”.
A Time to Plant
Pamela was baptized in 1963 at First Baptist Church with her brother, Rev. Scotty Randolph. She served on the Young Adult Usher Board as president and Chairperson of the Calendar Tea for many years. Later she became Chairperson of the Culinary Ministry where she served passionately and faithfully. She cherished leading the committee to honor our pastor, Rev. Isaac Whitehead, Jr. for 25 years of dedicated service in Ministry and Service in the Community. She served as the President and Vice President of the Tanner, Young and Yarbrough Family Reunion for several years. She assisted in coordinating the Randolph Family Reunion for several years as well.
A Time for Every Purpose Under The Sun
Pamela was a faithful servant who loved God and God’s people. She catered for banquets; weddings; Congresses; Associations; family reunions, community dinners, etc. She enjoyed her morning walks and runs with her Great-Great Nephew T.I. Mize. Pamela loved her family and spending time with them.
A Time Of Transition
On Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 10:21A.M. Pamela transitioned from Time into Eternity.
She was proceeded in death by her grandparents: John & Margaret Randolph, Sr. and Carl & Adell Yarborough, parents: John F. Randolph, Jr. and Ruby C. Yarbrough Randolph; one daughter, Tiffany Shantel Randolph; two sisters: Mollie and Gloria Jean Randolph; one brother: McArthur Randolph.
A Time To Mourn
She leaves to cherish her loving memories with her beloved daughter, Rev. H. Champale Brown (Sam Roberson, Jr.), her special friend, Rufus Daniel, Janice C. Young, a very special friend and caretaker, Deacon Jeffery Burton, Godson, Demitris L. Johnson, Godson, Rev. Pamela King, Goddaughter, Dionne Wagner-White, Goddaughter, Kairi Roberson, God-grandson.
Sisters: Deborah Randolph, Belma “Girley” Randolph, Sandra (Hyziher) Glenn, Phyllis (Casper) Daniel, Misty Randolph, Susan (Greg) Martin. Sister in Law: Cynthia Few-Randolph.
Brothers: Boyd (Gloria) Randolph, John Franklin Randolph, III, Rev. Scotty (Vangie) Randolph, Sr., Phillip Andrew Randolph, Jeffery Randolph, Donald Sampson Randolph.
A host of nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, great-great nieces and nephews, family and friends.
The visitation will be held Friday November 27th at Wimberly Funeral home between the hours of 12-8pm. Ms. Randolph’s Celebration of life will be held Saturday November 28th at 1pm at First Baptist Church- MLK. Professional Service Entrusted to Wimberly Funeral Home.