Pamela Renee Scott

Pamela Renee Scott

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Pamela Renee Scott passed away on March 7th, 2019 at the age of 58. She was born in Chicago IL, on January 28th in 1961. She is survived by her loving children Tamekia Crayton and Corey
Scott, her mother Mary Ann Crayton , sisters Darri Ann Crayton and Fallon Crayton and her beautiful grandchildren Brandon, Kayla, Kamarion and Anaya and many other treasured family and friends.
Pamela was a very special person who loved her family dearly. She had a kind heart and a warm smile. She always enjoyed spending time with her family and friends and loved to laugh and listen to music. She worked as a cosmetology teacher for many years before moving to St. Louis. She was loved by many and will truly be missed.
My dear Mother your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, you are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure. 
Mama I miss you so very much I remember you used to call me “Boo” and I got to old for it, how I wish I could hear you call me that one more time.

 Growing up in Chicago, Pam enjoyed blue light parties in the basement; slow grooving to Always and Forever, high school parties, hanging out with friends and being nominated Miss Calhoun in our neighborhood talent show. Then she had Tamekia, and later Corey her life was forever changed; she always wanted to be a mom. Pam gave me my love of music; listening to her albums in the basement when she wasn’t home. I Still listen to old school music today. Pam touched so many lives, from her cosmetology students, friends and family; she was known as Aunt Pam. When she moved to St. Louis we bonded as adults, became friends and supported each other. Her life came full circle. Big Sis, I will always love you. You didn’t always show affection but I know how much you loved your family and friends. Rest my sister, We will see each other again! Love you Pamela Renee Crayton Scott aka Pay Day.

(Darri Ann)

Celebration of Life Repast Saturday March 23rd at 1:00p.m.
For more information contact Tamekia Crayton at

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  1. Tamika Reed says:

    My deepest sympathy for your loss, I often spoke to Ms. Pam as her and my Mother Janelle spoke on the phone often. Lord knows my mom is mourning with your family as well. But God has definitely gained an angel… Well done my faithful servant, well done.

  2. Carol Brown says:

    My sister my friend I will miss our conversation. I miss you calling and laughing and sharing the things that you were going through and being there for me when I needed someone to talk to I will miss you my friend. Rest In Heaven.

  3. Anita King says:

    Pam was a Sweet soul and a kind heart. I met her when I visit my cousins home for one of his get-togethers. I was introduced to her as being a friend of Carol Brown. From that point on we would always greet each other when we seen each other and sat and talked for a while. I will miss her. She was really kind.

  4. Pamela Wilson says:

    Pam was a dear friend to my Cousin Dian. She often joined us for family outings. I know she loved going to plays with them. To the bereaved family please remember weeping may endure through the night but JOY cometh in the morning. Pam’s beautiful sunrise has come. My prayers are with you and your family.

  5. Shonna Johnson says:

    Ms Pam was one of my teachers in Chicago at Capri Beauty School. She was one of the nicest and always had a smile for everyone. It was a pleasure knowing her and she’ll always be remembered. We Love..You’ll be missed 💋💞


  6. Pansy Washington says:

    Ms. Pam, you were a wonderful cosmetology teacher…”never put down your shears…that’s your money…keep them in your hand”. I also remember our talks… relationships, children… I appreciate you allowing me to vent!!! May God comfort your family and friends during this difficult time!

  7. Tasha Hill says:

    Pam was a Beautiful person inside and out. She was always smiling and laughing…. joking around and enjoying herself….just a Beautiful Spirit. Pam was like family and she will truly be missed.

  8. Felicia "Lisa" Jiles says:

    My condolences to your family Ms Pam. You were a kind and loving person and you will truly be missed. Thank you for being an inspiration in my talents at Capri Beauty, you taught me a lot and I am grateful to have known you. Rest In Love sista

  9. Toka says:

    Ms.Pam was my 1st teacher at Capri School of Beauty. Ms.Pam was a Beautiful person and smart. I remember she made us put quarters in a jar in class everytime one of us said a bad word even though we we’re all grown! I knew I wasn’t going to win so I started to bring a roll of quarter’s to class every week lol!!! She gave us a pizza party with those quartets!!! She taught our class alot. Your infectious humor and smile will be missed..I will carry what I learned from you all for rest of my life..My condolences to ALL of her family and friends..R.I.ENTERNAL PARADISE MS.PAM