Pam Webb Driggers

Pam Webb Driggers, a longtime resident of Fort Bend County, passed away on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 5:41 PM in Kyle, Texas, after a 5-year battle with cancer. She was 64 years old.

Like one of her favorite TV shows, The Waltons, Pam’s life centered around spending time with family and friends. She is preceded in death by her parents, P.V. and Geneva Webb, and brother Gary Webb. She is survived by her high school sweetheart and loving husband of 45 years, David Driggers, her son Matthew (and Melissa) Driggers, daughter Jaime (and Billy) Thomas, and precious granddaughters Annabelle Thomas, Michaela Thomas and Adeline Driggers. Whether she was called wife, mom, Nana, or friend, Pam was loved by all who had the privilege to know her.

She will be remembered for living the mantra of “Life is Good”, which was reflected in the shirts she wore, the presents she gave, and the smiles she shared. A native Texan, proud graduate of Lamar Consolidated High School (Rosenberg, Texas), a true Houston sports fan, and two-time cancer survivor, Pam had a strength of spirit that will be passed down through the many stories and memories shared by her family and friends.

While she is mourned by those who loved her, her legacy of a life well lived and the knowledge of her faith in the Lord provide the hope that one day we will all be reunited, wearing purple, and laughing together again.

A memorial service will be held at Morton Cemetery Pavilion, 401 N 2nd Street, Richmond, TX 77469, at 10:00 AM on Saturday, February 8th, immediately followed by a life celebration and luncheon at The Swinging Door Bar-B-Q, 3818 FM 359, Richmond, Texas 77406.

Memorial donations may be given in her name to American Cancer Society, Shriners Hospitals, Alzheimer’s Association, or you local ASPCA.

Condolence messages may be written for the Driggers family at

Services are under the direction of Garmany & Carden Funeral Directors, 1201 Fourth Street, Rosenberg, TX 77471 (281)342-4671.

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