Saxon obit

Mrs. Pamela Murray Tanner Saxon, 63, of Newnan, Georgia died Friday morning at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta.  She was born in Waycross to the late Ralph Cortez Murray, Jr., and Louise Brinson Murray.  Pam lived the majority of her life in Waycross and Blackshear, but lived the last four years with her husband in Newnan, Georgia.  She was retired from Atlantic Coast Bank, where she served as Assistant Vice President.  Pam loved decorating, watching movies and going shopping with her daughter Jordan.  She loved going to college football games with family and friends, and was a devoted fan of the University of Georgia and Auburn University. Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, William Tanner.

Pam is survived by her husband, John B. Saxon of Newnan, her daughter, Jordan Leigh Tanner of Newnan, two brothers, Tim Murray and his wife Nell of Clayton, North Carolina, Tom Murray and his wife Edie of Macon, Georgia, her niece, Samantha West and her three children of Clayton, North Carolina, three nephews, Blake Murray and his wife Kat, and their four children of Durham, North Carolina, Chad Murray and his wife Stacie, and their two children of Valdosta, Georgia, Derrick Murray and his wife Laura, and their two children of Macon, Georgia, four step-daughters, Susan Boatright, Terri Altman, Cathy Moore, Jacie Tanner, nine grandchildren, and numerous other relatives.

 A graveside service was held at 10:30 a.m., Monday in Greenlawn Cemetery.  

 Sympathy may be expressed by signing online at www.milesodumfuneralhome.com.

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