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Pamela K. Coutee

Oration of Life


Pamala K. Coutee


2 Corinthians 5:8 MSG

That’s why we live with such good cheer. You won’t see us drooping our heads or dragging our feet! Cramped conditions here don’t get us down. They only remind us of the spacious living conditions ahead. It’s what we trust in but don’t yet see that keeps us going. Do you suppose a few ruts in the road or rocks in the path are going to stop us? When the time comes, we’ll be plenty ready to exchange exile for homecoming.


Services for Pamala K. Coutee will be at 10:00a.m. on Saturday, August 5, 2023, at North Star Baptist Church, Powhatan, LA. Pastor William Roberson will be officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery, Alexandria, LA on Monday, August 7, 2023.


Pamala K. Taylor Coutee was born September 4th, 1960, to the union of James & Doris L Taylor in Alexandria, Louisiana.


She gave her life to Christ in her youth and was baptized by the late Avery Aldridge of Foss Baptist Church in Flint, Michigan. She later became a member of North Star Baptist Church in Powhatan, Louisiana where she served as a member of the choir and many other organizations within the church.


Pamala graduated from Northwestern Highschool in Flint, MI. She also attended Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. She was an employee of Pilgrims Pride in Natchitoches, Louisiana for 37 years.


On Friday, July 21st,2023, Pamala graduated to be with the Lord. She was preceded in death by her parents James & Doris, and her brother Gary.


She leaves to treasure her memory: daughter, Jasmine D. Coutee, son, Talyor L. Coutee both of Natchitoches, Louisiana. Two brothers, Ronnie J. Taylor and Eric L. Taylor both of Flint, Michigan. Three sisters, Linda G. Johnson of Alexandria, Louisiana, Doris F. Boyér (John) of Dallas, Texas, and Yolander F. Taylor of Flint, Michigan. Two grandchildren, Sylvia A. Coutee and Francis E. Coutee both of Natchitoches, Louisiana; maternal aunt, Viola Hughes of Flint, Michigan; paternal aunt Beatrice Harris (Leon) of Alexandria, Louisiana; paternal uncle, Robert Taylor of Washington, DC; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends that loved her beyond measure.

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