Louise Fulbright Pannell

Louise Fulbright Pannell

August 02, 1909 - May 28, 2011

Louise Fulbright Pannell

August 02, 1909 - May 28, 2011


Pannell, Louise Fulbright, 101, of Richmond, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, May 28, 2011. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Wayne Pannell, and a son, Jerry D. Pannell. She is survived by her daughter, Miriam L. Pannell; sons, Harold W. Pannell and his wife, Beryle, and Robert F. Pannell and his wife, Lynncarol; brother, Carl L. Fulbright; daughter-in-law, Wenona Pannell; grandchildren, Deborah Wilkins, Kim White, Tamara Brady, Donat Pannell, Joanna Blackstock, Robert Pannell II, and Chad Pannell; great-grandchildren, Jim and Mark Wilkins, Andrew and Emily Brady, Tami White, Madeline, Benjamin, Casey, Kate, and Claire Pannell. Louise and Wayne were the owners and operators of Pocosham Hatchery, and she was a member of Branch’s Baptist Church for over 70 years. The family will receive friends from 1 to 2 pm on Wednesday at Branch’s Baptist Church, followed by her funeral service at 2 pm. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Branch’s Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, 3400 Broad Rock Blvd., Richmond, VA 23234.

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3 responses to Louise Fulbright Pannell

  1. I have wonderful memories of Mrs. Pannell and her family. When I was young, my family lived across the road. I remember how gracious and sweet she was. Her door was always open for us. I remember how she made such cute dresses out of feed cloth. I remember Miriam and I being dear friends, and her brothers playing with my brothers. I remember the Hatchery and Mr. Pannell always so busy. I recall how Mrs. Pannell and my grandmother loved the Lord. There were few Sundays when they weren’t in their pew at Branch’s Baptist Church. Most of all, I remember Mrs. Pannell’s sweet smile. She has lived a long life and I am honored to have known her. Yes,there comes a time when we must leave this earth, but memories linger on.

  2. Gene says:

    Dear Bobby,My dad used to take me by the hatchery to buy small chicks.
    We grew up together going to Branch’s and Manchester HS.
    Sorry to hear about the lost of your mother.
    Gene Byer

  3. Sorry for your loss, I know you will miss her. I think about my mother every day. But I know she is in the Lord’s presence and I can’t think of a greater place to be when it is your time. May God give you comfort as only He can give.

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