Pamela Buhl Chinn of Old Corbin Pike, Williamsburg, Kentucky, departed this life on Friday, October 11, 2013 at her home. She was 52 years, 4 months, and 2 days of age.
She leaves behind her loving husband of 30 years, Ronnie Chinn; her daughters, Michelle Ravish (husband Matt) of Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Ann Chapman (fiancée Dave Turner) of Williamsburg, Kentucky; one son Dustin Chinn (fiancée Chandal Meddles) of Williamsburg, Kentucky; eleven grandchildren, Madison Anderson, Blake Walters, Alyssa Chinn, Riley Chinn, Abigail Chinn, Savannah Turner, and Chase, Grace, and Gabe Meddles of Williamsburg, Kentucky, and Eli and Lucas Ravish of Winston-Salem, North Carolina; her father Disel Buhl of Williamsburg, Kentucky; two sisters, Janice Manning (husband Conley) of Williamsburg, Kentucky and Phyllis Patton (husband Ed) of Charlotte, North Carolina; one niece, Karen West (husband Brent) of Corbin, Kentucky, a great nephew, Kyle West; and a host of other relatives and friends who mourn her passing.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Geraldine (Goodin) Buhl, a son Wesley Disel Chapman, and two grandchildren, Auston and Isabella Chapman.
Pamela was born in Williamsburg, Kentucky on June 9, 1961, where she lived all of her life. She served as manager of Buhl's Chevron and co-owner of Security Fence. Pam was a devoted mother and grandmother, who shared her love and pride in her family with all she encountered. She was known as an outstanding cook, had a special flare for designing home décor, and loved participating in Zumba. When she was not in Williamsburg, she could be found fishing at her second home on Norris Lake with Ronnie. Those who knew her appreciated her sweet and fun personality, while admiring her resilience and contagious laugh.
Visitation will be after 12 noon Sunday, October 13, 2013 at the Croley Funeral Home Chapel.
The Funeral Service will be at 2:00 P.M., Sunday, October 13, 2013 at the Croley Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Gerald Mullins and Rev. David Caddell officiating. She will be laid to rest at the Highland Park Croley Addition in Williamsburg, Kentucky.