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Pam (Rodgers) Wadle

Requiem High Mass of Mrs. Pamela Wadle, who died August 2, 1968, at Collins Memorial Hospital, was held August 5th from the Church of St. Anthony with Rev. Paul Donahue, Celebrant. Burial was in Graceland Cemetery. Evans Arlington Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Casket bearers were Charles Day, Norman Kneip, John McCullough, Wendell Winters, William Dennison and Dr. Robert ‘ Conway. Music was by St. Anthony Grade School Choir with Mrs. Mary Stults, organist and director.

Pamela Kay, daughter of Doyle D. and Elinor Rodgers was born January 24, 1946 in Marion County. She graduated from Knoxville High School in 1964. On October 17, 1964 she was united in marriage to John Wadle at Sacred Heart Church in Melcher. A daughter, Jacqueline JoAnn, preceded her in death on January 3, 1968. Survivors include her husband, John; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Rodgers; and a sister, Mrs. Kathie Hovenden on St. Cloud, Minnesota. (Knoxville Journal Express)

Card of Thanks - To know that so many people loved and remembered our Pam is so wonderful. There is no way to express our grateful feelings forall the lovely flowers and cards and beautiful notes written to us about Pam. We appreciate so much the food sent to our homes and the kind help of so many serving it and taking care of the children.

Our thanks go to Pam's neighbors and friends for being so kind to her, to her relatives for being so close to her; to her Class of "64" for remembering her, and to the doctors and nurses at Collins Memorial Hospital. Thanks also to the St. Anthony's Altar and Rosary Society for serving lunch, which was such a help to us. To Jack, Jordan and Frances at Evans Arlington Chapel, you know what your ` concern and help meant to us. Thanks to Father Leahy, Father Donahue, Father Murray and Rev. Yetter for their calls and prayers. In our great sorrow and loss, we ` are so grateful to each of you. John, Doyle and Elinor, Kathie and Doug, and the M.J. Wadle Family. (Knoxville Journal Express)