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Pamela Hames Price

1950 - 2020
Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Pamela Hames Price passed into heaven on Jan. 7, 2021, due to Covid-19.

Pam, born on Nov. 20, 1950, to William Henry Hames and Wanda LaMarr Hames, the builders of the Forest Park Train and rides and the Bill Hames Shows.

Pam christened the first Forest Park Train with a milk bottle on its inaugural run.

Pam attended Fort Worth schools and was a featured twirler for the Carter Riverside High School Eagle Band from the time she was in junior high through high school.

In her twenties Pam showed Palomino Horses, and her horse, Sky King, won the Palomino Grand Champion Trophy five years in a row, placing at the Fort Worth, San Antonio, and Houston stock shows.

Pam graduated from Texas Wesleyan University majoring in speech and drama and did graduate work at TCU. Pam was a certified Mediator and worked many years in her husband’s law office in Azle, Texas.

Pam loved animals, and over the years, took in many stray dogs and cats, and fed, outside her back door: raccoons, opossums, deer, coyotes, foxes, and a Chupacabra. The animals truly lost a friend.

Pam and her husband, Kenneth, enjoyed traveling, and participating in ballroom and country and western dancing.

Pam was predeceased by her parents, and her son, Michael Sean Latham.

Pam is survived by her loving husband and best friend and dance partner, Kenneth N. Price, her daughter, Sasha Koziak, her two grandsons, her “favorite people in the whole wide world,” Valantyn Koziak and Bennett Koziak, and by her step-children, Leigh Ann Bass, Brad Latham, Kenneth “Neal” Price, Milton “Matt” Price, and Angela Price and their children, Ella, Anne, Ryan, Noah, Liam, and Luke Price. She is missed by her babies, Starr, Beau and Bear.

The Azle News, Jan. 13, 2021 Edition