Pamela Etchieson Dorrough White, 58, of Rush Springs, entered this life Aug. 21,1959, and entered eternal life on Nov. 8, 2017, at Integris Hospice House in Oklahoma City.
She is survived by her parents Linda and Marion Milburn of Tecumseh; her children Shawnna Etchieson and wife Laura of Iowa, Beau Dorrough and his wife Misty of Shawnee, Linda Denise Ensey and husband Gary of Rush Springs Jimmy Jack Dorrough of Asher, Willie Dorrough of Maud, Daniel Dorrough and wife Lois of Rush Springs, Danielle Dorrough of Rush Springs; sisters Lisa Gray of Shawnee and Dana Blackburn and her husband Milton of Oklahoma City; lots of grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and three aunts Bobbie Palmer of Maud, Lavon Sanders of Shawnee and Towana Gober of Shawnee.
She is preceded in death by her father Richard Etchieson, grandparents Llyod and Ethel Sanders, James and Eula Etchieson, baby boy Matthew Dorrough and nephew Michael Gray.
The memorial service will be at 10 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Avoca Church of Christ, north of Asher on Highway 177.
Condolences can be sent to 42030 Tucker Rd., Tecumseh, OK 74873.
Services will be officiated by Terry Newell.
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