Pamela Sue Arrowood Malcom

February 01, 1947 – May 12, 2020

Obituaries For Pamela Sue Arrowood Malcom

Mrs. Pamela Sue Arrowood Malcom, age 73, of Douglasville, Georgia passed away Tuesday, May 12, 2020. She was born February 1, 1947 in Atlanta, Georgia, the daughter of the late Donnie Lee Arrowood and the late Audry Ocile Mooneyham. She worked as a data processor. Mrs. Malcom loved cats and rescued many. She enjoyed being outdoors, especially camping, going to the lake and cutting grass. Mrs. Malcom was known as “Grannie” and “Granlee” to her family and she was of the Baptist faith.
In addition to her parents, Mrs. Malcom was preceded in death by her husband, Elmer Julius Malcom; her brother, Wayne Arrowood; her sisters, Virginia “Jenny” Lowe, Shirley Griffin, Brencie Hitchcock and Gail Brown.
Mrs. Malcom is survived by her daughter, Deborah G. Dodson of Anniston, Alabama; her sister, Maida Rodriguez of Miami, Florida; her granddaughter, Tiffany Shree Dodson of Anniston, Alabama and her great-grandson, Jacob Linwood Hall, Jr.; many beloved nieces and nephews also survive.
We are still providing services to our families based on CDC Covid-19 guidelines. According to Mrs. Malcom’s wishes, she will be cremated. Private, Family Memorial Service will be held with Pastor Robert Burt officiating.
Messages of condolences may be sent to the family at Jones-Wynn Funeral Home of Douglasville is in charge of the arrangements. 770-942-2311

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This message is for the living, Deborah Gail and Tiffany Shree, my family through my sister, Pam. I will miss her terribly. She loved me unconditionally and was always my champion. She protected me when I was small as my big sister, and she loved me all of my years. She was always there. I could tell her anything and she still lovingly protected me. She always had the heart of a lion. She was incredibly strong and had an unshakable moral compass of right and wrong. She protected her family fearlessly, and God help you if you tried to hurt them. My sister’s spirit will live on in all of us, we are Arrowoods. We are a different breed of bravery.. One of the old guards had just passed away and the world is not as well off as it was. God help us when they are all gone. I love you, Pam, with all of my heart. We will be together for all of Eternity when it is my turn to go. Jesus said so and made it possible. Your beloved sister, Maida
– Maida Rodriguez
Sue, has been living across the street from us since we moved in, about 33 years. Always friendly. She even took me to physical therapy when I had my knee replacement. She and her husband were always great neighbors. I’m gonna miss her. I’ll be keeping you all in my prayers.
– Marie Pinson
best of friends from early child hood sue i will miss you but in a much better heavenly place darling
– bill vaughn
We are so sorry to hear about Pam. She is in a better place and is suffering no longer. She will be missed here on earth by her family and friends. God please be with the family in their time of sorrow. Love Cindy and Jeff Griffin
– Jeff Griffin
Deborah, Tiffany and Linwood, you all are in our thoughts and prayers. I miss you all very much> I love you no matter what!!!
– Gail Whitton
I will miss stopping after work to chat and pet her cat’s. Aunt Pam will surly be missed. Love to Deborah, Tiffany, & Linwood.
– Kim Prince
So sorry to hear about Sue. I saw her in Walmart back in early March. Prayers for all.
– Brenda Henry

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