Pamela Ann McCrory

March 1, 1947 - February 10, 2017

03/01/1947 - 02/10/2017

Past Services

Sunday March 19, 2017
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Greenbrier Country Club
1301 Volvo Pkwy
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
757-547-7375 | Directions
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Celebration of Life and Casual Reception

Pam McCrory (aka Pam Frazier), passed away Friday February 10, 2017 after a short futile battle with lung cancer.
Pam was born on March 1, 1947 in Las Cruces, NM, travelled the world as a military brat and eventually settled in the Hampton Roads area with her husband Donn.
She was known throughout the Tidewater Ladies golf community as an avid, competitive golfer who maintained a single digit handicap until her death. In her last year, at age 69, she was the Greenbrier Country Club Ladies League Champion and Match Play Champion. Golf “chick” trips and the 19th hole were her specialties.
She is preceded in death by her parents Betty and Al Jones as well as her niece Natalie Jones.
She is survived by her husband, Donald L. McCrory, daughters, Heather Frazier (Marty Johnson), Bethany Frazier, Donna McCrory-Goff (Brian); sons, Thomas Frazier and Dustin McCrory; brother, Michael Jones (Louise); grandchildren, Kieryn Frazier, McKenzie Rutledge, Hayden Goff and Lanie Goff; niece, Olivia Costa and nephew, Alex Jones.
Pam never met a stranger, was willing to help anyone in any way and had a gift of making everyone feel loved and welcomed. She was full of life, love and laughter and will be greatly missed and still loved by all.
A casual reception and Celebration of Life will be held at the Greenbrier Country Club on Sunday, 19 March, from 1 to 3 PM. Condolences may be left for the family at

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Mark J Gibson
6 years ago

Donn and family. My sincere prayers and condolences. I loved Pam, she was a joy to be around and will always treasure the memories we had playing golf with you guys and the 19th hole.

Donna Pierce
6 years ago

I met Pam many years ago at CCIT (Colonial Cup) in the Outter Banks. I thought how lucky we were to have her join the sisterhood, and not so lucky having to compete against her. She was an awesome golfer, a good, and giving friend, and her family was the source of her pride and joy. She touched my life, and I will miss her. Gone too soon.

Jenny and Ron Huibers
6 years ago

Pam had a positive attitude, easy to laugh and welcoming of all. She was a master at the game of golf , but never needed to warm up! She always had a quick joke or story at playing Mahjong. All that knew her loved her! She will be sadly missed.

6 years ago

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. May the God of all comfort strengthen you at this most difficult time 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. Please accept my sincere condolences

Mace and Annie
6 years ago

Pam! The only way you could be remembered is exactly the way you were, happy, friendly, always smiling, loving,, full of life and vicious on the golf course. We love you and miss you so much. Donn: Our friendship met and still means the world to us. We certainly won’t forget Pam and you in our prayers. If you ever need an ear, Annie has a good one. Love to you both

Anne Mortenson
6 years ago

Dear Don, so sorry for your loss. Seems like I just saw Pam recently and we spoke of Chesapeake Place when her dad was there. She was always so happy and fun and full of life. I am so happy I got to know her. May peace be with you during this difficult time.

Deb Watkins
6 years ago

Pam, thanks for the smiles and friendly welcome to the CCTI outing last year. Glad I had the opportunity to meet you. Prayers and hugs to your family.

Ty & Tristan
6 years ago

Ty & I will sure miss you. We will miss your warm smile, your warm hugs, and your laughter. I will miss all of our talks and your loving stories. I will miss seeing you around and your warm welcomings. Sundays won’t be the same without you. I won’t say goodbye I’ll say ” see you again soon” I can’t wait to play golf with you we will see you again soon. You’re going to be the most amazing angle to watch over TY & I. We love you so much Pam. See you again soon

Lynne Greene
6 years ago

Pam was so much fun , she was always up for anything. Great to be around ,I always looked forward to seeing her. loved to play golf with her. Pam will be greatly missed. My condolences to her family.

Tim and Debbi Davern.
6 years ago

Our deepest condolences to Donn and her family. Her smiling face and warm reception will forever be remembered.