No matter what I asked or when I asked it, through the years Pam Niblett has done it for me. If I needed help with a recording, Pam did it. If I needed a back up singer, Pam picked up her guitar. We did radio shows together, and we wrote historical productions together. The word NO simply was not in her vocabulary when it came to any favor that I might need.
When TU was still just an idea that Stacy and I were hammering out in our minds, Pam Niblett was here, ready to do anything that we might need her to do, including becoming our singing chef. That was Pam.
Many of you knew Pam personally; many, many more of you knew her as a radio personality. Yes, Pam and the Ham opened our mornings for years and in Ric’s and my case, made early mornings for two confirmed night people much more bearable.
Last week, we came to a place that none who knew Pam wanted to be, and today here at Texans United we have no choice but to say a final goodbye to Pam Niblett who fought a long, hard fight with that beautiful smile on her face until the very end.
And so, we bid you a final goodbye, dear friend. You take a little piece of all of us with you.