Services for Pam Ferguson, 56, of Ringling are scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 22, 2017, at the Ringling Community Fellowship Outreach Center with her son in law, Chad Barron officiating.  Interment will follow at the Ringling Memorial Cemetery
Pam was born May 5, 1961, in Ardmore to Troy and Jo Ann Huggins.  She went to be with her Lord and Savior Wednesday Dec. 20, 2017, at the Healdton Hospital.
Troy, Jo Ann and Pam left Ringling to live in Henrietta, Texas, until Pam was in Kindergarten, then moved back to Ringling and made their home permanent.  Pam attended Ringling schools and graduated from there in 1979.  Pam had gone to Wilson with some friends when she was still in JR High school to attend a street auction, and spotted a boy named Jack Ferguson riding a 3 speed bicycle. She said that he could ride that bike better than anyone she had ever seen.  The rest was history. They were married February 8, 1980, in Ringling.  To that union they had two beautiful girls, Kacie and Kylie. Jack and Pam resided in Wilson for a short time then moved to Ringling. They had their first daughter Kacie, in 1981. Pam was a stay at home mom, then they had their second daughter Kylie in 1983. As the girls were growing up Pam was their mom, best friend, coach and was all around the best at everything she did. In 1987 they moved to Burns Flat, while jack attended butchering school. Pam worked at the “Pit” café and picked cotton. They moved back to Ringling in 1989 making their home in Courtney. They finally made their home permanent in Ringling. She was the city clerk for the town of Cornish and worked the computer lab. Pam took care of people and took great pride in her girls.  She never missed one event the girls were in, showing animals, softball, and basketball. Now that the girls were coaching at Zaneis, she made most all of their games. She was so proud of them. She loved spending time with her grandchildren and her nephews. They usually all ended up at her house on Sundays, and she loved every minute. She was the best “MeMe” and that was her greatest endeavor.  Pam loved her Lord and she helped many people.  She always had an ear to listen or a shoulder to cry on, but she wasn’t afraid to tell you the truth out of love.   She will be terribly missed by her family and friends.
Preceding her in death is her Father; Troy Huggins in  January 30, 2017.
Pam is survived by her beloved husband; Jack Ferguson of the home – Mother; Jo Ann Huggins of Ringling – 2 daughters ; Kacie Barron and her husband Chad of Ringling – Kylie Gandy and her husband Jared of Ringling – Brother ; Mike Huggins of Ringling – Sister; Jennifer Roberts and husband Shannon of Wilson -  best friend; Renell Longest of Ringling – Grandchildren; Kaden and Kendi Jo Barron – Jagger and Jerzee Gandy – Nephews; Chandler, Rhett and Beau Roberts and Bryce Ferguson.
Serving as Pallbearers will be Jack Ferguson – Brad Ferguson – Bryce Ferguson – Jared Gandy – Mike Huggins – Shannon Roberts – Kaden Barron – Chandler Roberts
Honorary Bearers will be; Jagger Gandy – Rhett Roberts – Beau Roberts – Bobby Richardson – Bill Fincher – Rick Lewis – Scotty Weatherford – Les Weatherford – Dusty Weatherford – Ronny Turner – Glen Mitchell
Family visitation will be Thursday evening from 5-8 p.m. at Roberts Funeral Home in Ringling
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Special thank you to all of the nurses at the United Regional Hospital in Wichita Falls, Texas., and the Cross Timbers Hospice while she was at Healdton as well as Healdton Hospital nurses, Renell Longest and Tess Butler. Also a very special thank you to Bill Fincher, Bobby Richardson and Rick Lewis. You never left our sides and we will be forever grateful