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Pamela Jean Kirk

September 9, 1961 — January 31, 2024

Brethren, today we gather not in sorrow, but in celebration of the life of a remarkable soul, Pamela Jean Kirk, affectionately known to us all as P.J. Born on the ninth day of September in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and sixty-one, in the warm embrace of Greenville, South Carolina, P.J. was a beacon of love and faith until her peaceful passing on the thirty-first day of January, twenty twenty-four, in Anderson, South Carolina. P.J. walked this earth for sixty-two years, and in that time, she wove a tapestry of love and devotion that wrapped snugly around her beloved family. She leaves behind a legacy through her cherished son, Patrick Wardlaw, and her daughter-in-law, Nikki, who together gave her the joy of her grandchildren, Gabby and Jackson Wardlaw. P.J. was the treasured daughter of Martha Jean Wardlaw and was guided to the gates of Heaven by her father, Charles Howard Wardlaw, who preceded her in passing. Her love and laughter will be dearly missed by her siblings, Margie Eberly, Betty Bryson, and Henry Wardlaw, and her son, Charles Wardlaw, who all shared in the journey of her life. P.J. was a woman of simple pleasures and profound faith. She completed her high school education and dedicated her life to the noble calling of motherhood. As a loving mother and housewife, she poured her heart into nurturing her family, creating a home filled with warmth and kindness. Her spirit was a vibrant one, and her interests were as colorful as her personality. P.J. found joy in the fellowship of her church, where her voice rose in song, a sweet melody of praise and worship. She was a master of the bingo hall and a fierce competitor at the board game table. Her creative soul shone through in her love for reading, coloring, and writing, and her words often danced like the gentle Southern breeze through the pines. P.J. was the embodiment of love and a vessel of faith. Her creativity knew no bounds, and her heart was an endless well of compassion. She lived a life that was as rich as the Southern soil and as enduring as the ancient oaks. As we bid farewell to P.J., let us carry her memory in our hearts like the cherished hymns of old. Let her life be a testament to the power of love and the strength of faith. And as she joins the heavenly choir, may her soul find eternal rest in the loving arms of our Creator. We are blessed to have known her, and through her family, her spirit will continue to touch this world. Rest in peace, dear P.J., until we meet again at the Lord's table. Amen.

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Saturday, February 10, 2024

11:00am - 1:00 pm (Eastern time)

Cremation Society Of South Carolina - Westville Funerals (Operations Center)

6010 White Horse Road, Greenville, SC 29611

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