Pamela Jo Culp, age 70, a 51-year resident of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, passed away peacefully on November 28, 2023, while holding the hands of her son, Trey Earle, and his fiancée, Brandi Monistere. "Miss Pam," as she was affectionately called during her 38-year tenure as elementary school secretary of The Runnels School, was born and raised in Benton, Kentucky, having moved to Louisiana in 1972. She was a warm, compassionate, loving,and caring soul who loved her sons unconditionally and positively touched the lives of thousands of school children and adults alike.
Pam is survived by her oldest son, Trey Earle, and his fiancée, Brandi Monistere, of Denham Springs, Louisiana, her grandson, Austin Zachary, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, her brother, George Thomas Culp, Jr. (Joan) of Benton, Kentucky, and a number of nieces, nephews, and cousins. Pam is preceded in death by her youngest son, Steven Gregory Earle, her parents, George Thomas, Sr. and Arbutus Bowles Culp, and her sister Bonita "Bonnie" Culp Farmer.
The family wishes to extend its sincere gratitude to Dr. Lynn Kelly Runnels, Mrs. Gladys Runnels, and the entire Runnels family, as well as Dr. Jessica LaCombe, Dr. Kenneth Smith and Dr. Joseph Acosta, the latter three doctors for their focused work with Pam. The family would also like to thank the great ICU and PCU doctors, nurses, nurse techs, nurse assistants, and respiratory therapists at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center for their focused and relentless high standard of medical care of Pam during her final months. Finally, the family would like to thank Reverend Dr. Dedrick Minor and the congregation at First Christian Church - Disciples of Christ of Baton Rouge for their unending love and support of Pam.
Family and friends may sign the online guest-book or leave a personal note to the family below.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you please make donations to First Christian Church of Baton Rouge (https://fccbrla.org/giving/)