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Billy & Danny Wright Pogue

Pam had a good heart and a sweet smile. She was a giving person who enjoyed doing for others.

Rusty Dyer

Pam was always so kind to me from when she was my sister in law. That was year ago and lot has changed. I see from time to time at family function and and few times at the Shrimp Festival. Most recently after my wife passed away she friend requested me to show her concern for me. What is so special about that she was so sick herself. But she took the time to reach out to me. You will be missed. RIP my friend and please tell Patsy I miss and love her ❤️

Murray LeClair & Michael Marshall

She was a strong determined woman. We had our good times and bad. The best part of us were our children, Tara, Rhiannon, Jessica and Victoria. I am glad you gave found peace at last. You will be missed by us all.,

Pamela LeClair

2022-02-22

Nobody else held me so tight,
Or made me feel so right,
No one’s eyes shined so bright with love
As my mom, who is now high above.
–Tamsen Butler


Pamela Gaye LeClair, 64, of Fernandina Beach, Fl, passed away peacefully on February 2, 2022 at Baptist Jacksonville.

She was born on December 5, 1957, in Chattanooga, TN. She graduated from East Ridge High School in 1976. After graduation, she joined the Navy and dedicated 10 years of service to her country.

Pamela was preceded by her parents Ira and Norma Vines Sr. and brother Ira Lee Vines Jr.

She leaves behind her beloved daughters Tara LeClair, Rhiannon Joyner, Jessica LeClair, and Victoria LeClair, and step-daughter, Erica Stewart, her life-partner, Arthur Budzeyko, best friend, Lisa White, two sisters, Angela Blansit and Cheryl Hill, aunt Susan Kinsey, fourteen grandchildren and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Pamela was always known to be the life of the party and enjoyed making people laugh. She loved the outdoors and enjoyed sitting watching the turtles and birds in her backyard pond, and growing her roses and flower garden.

Visitation will be held March 2, 2022 at 1pm at Oxley-Heard Funeral Home in Fernandina Beach, FL., followed by a memorial service at 2pm. There will be a reception to celebrate her at a later date.

Rather than cut flowers, her and her family’s wishes are for potted plants to be put in her beloved flower garden.

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