Pamela Kay BlankenshipJanuary 26, 1954 ~ November 27, 2017 (age 63)
PAMELA KAY BLANKENSHIP
January 26, 1954- November 27, 2017
I was the child of Jay and Jean Blankenship, now deceased. They were two wonderful people I was fortunate enough to know. I had two brothers who have predeceased me, Chuck Leibee and Paul D. Blankenship (Diane). These were two men with whom I found love and laughter and wish there had been more time to experience more with them. They were truly admirable men.
My heart, my son, Parker Earp (Keysha) taught me to be a more loving human being and mother to him in a way I would not have learned otherwise. I listened to this child and young man, and I know that we were fortunate to have found one another. May you take this bonding further into your life and enjoy what we experienced and share that experience with others.
My love and best friend, David Taylor, without whom this adventure would have been very difficult. The selfless, caring, and confident manner he bestowed upon me was so comforting. I know we will find each other again and resume what we share forever.
I had two siblings, Joann (David) Blankenship and Mike (Mary) Blankenship, and we three, together, made the Three Musketeers. We will stay strong. Jody and Mike, please take care of each other, I’ll be waiting for you.
I need to mention my cousin, Susan Leibee, as she has been by my side for the past several years with a wealth of information and emotional support. Her latest encouragement led me to Hospice of Huntington. I cannot thank them enough for their help.
There will be no funeral services. At this time I would appreciate any donations to Hospice of Huntington to help them continue their good works, and as you know me, any donation to an animal rescue or shelter would be greatly appreciated.
I will only say if it’s not lights out, then I am continuing on a grand adventure.