Pamela Murrell, best known as Pam, was born January 30, 1953 to Charles & Jackie Squires in Hobbs, New Mexico. She died at her home on November 2, 2020, only four days before her 30th wedding anniversary with beloved husband Dwayne Murrell.
Pam grew up in Seminole, Texas and quickly decided that she was not a small-town girl. She wanted to see as much of the world that she possibly could. She loved motorcycles, specifically Harley’s, and the rallies that attracted those of like mind. Pam had a short-lived relationship that resulted in the birth of her only daughter, Heather. They were inseparable. So much so, it was common to be thought of as sisters rather than Mother & Daughter. In 1990, Pam met & married her life partner, Dwayne Murrell. Dwayne adored Pam from the moment he saw her. Together they combined their families, her daughter & Dwayne’s son Brad. You would not have known they were not blood related as Pam & Dwayne loved each other’s children equally. Many wonderful memories were made as a family but some of the most memorable and cherished were the motorcycle rally’s they attended. They would average about 4 per year, but their most favorite is, of course, Sturgis. Dwayne and Pam together made four much anticipated trips to Sturgis, with Heather along for one. She loved “rally” shopping and Dwayne loved seeing her eyes light up with every unique gift she received. Aside from the love of the Harley Davidson & the lifestyle that accompanied, she would not have felt complete without her family. Pam was blessed in this world and continues to leave her legacy with her children & grandchildren. Pam is preceded in death by her parents Charles & Jackie Squire, She is survived by her husband Dwayne Murrell, daughter Heather Molina & husband Mike, Grandchildren Nelly, David & Gabby, all of Andrews; & son Brad Murrell of Georgia, & Grandsons Connor, Christian & Caleb Murrell all of Georgia; as well as many friends she considered to be family. Pam was loved by so many and so many she loved. She will be forever missed and eternally loved.