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Bishop Funeral Home
April 29, 2015
Submitted by: Carol Spear Rice

Pamli Ninette (Dixon) Joslin

July 28, 1957 ~ 2015

A funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Friday, May 1 at Bishop Chapel of Memories with Pastor Neal Davis officiating. Service arrangements are under the direction of Bishop Funeral Service.

Pamli Ninette Dixon was born July 28, 1957 in Duncan to Bobby and Patti (Boyd) Dixon. She grew up in various communities in Oklahoma including Duncan, Ardmore, and Wilburton, and was a graduate of Wilburton High School. Pam married Ronald Joslin on June 16, 1978 at a High Bridge Baptist Church ceremony near Wilburton.

Pam completed Cosmetology school and though she never formally used her training, enjoyed experimenting on her girls, Alicia and Stacia, of whom she was extremely proud and delighted in the young women they had grown to be.

Over the years, Pam had worked for Johnson Construction, Nichols Dollar Saver, Triad Transport, Consumer Credit Counselors, and, most recently, Frink-Chambers School. She also owned and operated PJ’s Embroidery and Hot T’s.

Pam loved arts and crafts, was gifted in crocheting and quilting, yet was contemporary in her computerized artwork used in her T-Shirt and embroidery business. Pam was often seen on her iPad, posting Daily Bread scriptures to Facebook, and enjoyed reading and going to the lake and attending “junk” shows with her friends. Most of all, Pam loved taking care of the apple of her eye: her granddaughter, Grayci.

Pam loved all of her family with a passion. She was always a creator and facilitator of memories. She had a tough and strong demeanor, but was soft and squishy beneath. Pam’s karaoke entertainment is sure to be missed at future Holiday gatherings.

She is survived by her husband: Ronald Joslin of the home; her “baby:” Trixie of the home; daughters: Alicia Watson and husband, Jonathan of McAlester, Stacia Joslin of Yukon; granddaughter: Grayci Joslin of McAlester; mother: Patti Dixon of Tuttle.

Also, her sisters: Vicki Arnold of Tuttle, Joni Smith of Oklahoma City; brother: Jerry Dixon and wife, Tiffany of Sherman, Texas; nieces and nephews: Patricia Krygsveld and husband, Grant of Ontario, Canada, T.J. Terry of Oklahoma City, Brooklyn Knowles and husband, Landon of Edmond, Jillian Dixon of Sherman, Texas, Zachary Dixon of Sherman, Texas; great-niece: Kailynn Knowles of Edmond; special cousin: Robin Williams of Oklahoma City; special friends: Cindy Duffey and Family of Moore, Rebecca Jeffreys and Family of McAlester; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives, and friends. She was preceded in death by her father: Bobby Dixon, a sister: Bobbi Sue Dixon, and a special friend: Brooke Fagundes.

Pallbearers will be Richard Peckio, Scott Burke, Odis Trammell, Wayne Rodebush, Wayne Gann, Rory Davidson, Randy Norman, and Robert Nichols.

Honorary pallbearers will be Indian Springs RV Friends, State Elks Friends, and Frink-Chambers Faculty and Staff.

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