Pamela Ann Cox, born in Sand Springs, June 1, 1946 to Voyne Hershall Stevens and Helen Stone Stevens, died May 6, 2020.
Pamela graduated from Charles Page High School in 1964 and attended University of Oklahoma and Tulsa Junior College. She was a member of the Charles Page Thespians, and active in school musicals and vocal music groups.
Pamela worked as a secretary at Sand Springs Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital and Sperry Management Systems, and in human resources at Oklahoma Natural Gas Company.
She married Billie Lee Cox on May 26, 1977. A devoted wife and mother, Pamela lived happily and loved deeply. They resided in Tulsa, raising their beloved daughter, Kayce LeAnn Cox.
Pamela was passionate about music, healing, volunteering, and church, serving as piano accompanist at First Presbyterian Church throughout her high school years. Her passion and talent carried through her life. She served as music director and Sunday school teacher at Unity Church of Christianity for over 20 years. She was also a gifted harpist, volunteering at Hospice of Green Country, playing soft bedside concertos for terminal patients in their last hours. Her hospice harp work was an extension of her passion for metaphysical healing, something she had learned about from her father Voyne.
She had many close friends from school, church and her neighborhood. With great joy, she gave her heart to the many people she loved dearly. She remained exuberant and social, always in close conversation with her family and friends.
She is preceded in death by her husband Billie Lee Cox, and her mother and father Voyne and Helen Stevens.
She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Kayce and Kyle Dye, and cherished grandson Jackson; sister, Laura Jill Zehren and husband David, nieces Eleanor Schumacher (Raph), Deana Zehren, nephews Matthew Balson (Laura) daughter Grace, son Aden, Jacob Balson (Amanda) daughter Kairi, David Balson.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Good Shepherd Hospice or Unity Church of Christianity.
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