Pamela Bragg, 60, of Dawsonville, died on March 8, 2017 at her home in Dawsonville following a sudden illness.
Bragg was an 11-year member of the City of Dawsonville Planning Commission, most recently serving as vice chair.
Bragg retired from the Department of Family and Children Services in Dawson County after over 25 years.
The city planning commission met on Monday for its regular meeting. BJ Farley, commission chair, said on behalf of the entire board that she would like to express condolences to Bragg's family.
"We appreciate the years of service Pam gave to the planning commission," Farley said. "She will be greatly missed."
Farley also said that Bragg had recently retired and was looking forward to enjoying her free time.
City Clerk Bonnie Warne, who has worked at the city for 12 years, said that not many people at the city have been there for that length of time.
"It was dedication to stay on our board for that long," Warne said.
Born Aug. 31, 1956, Pam was a lifelong resident of Dawsonville.
She was a 1974 graduate of Forsyth County High School and earned a bachelor's degree from North Georgia College. After college she worked for a number of years for the Northeast Georgia Judicial Circuit in Gainesville.
A loving and devoted mother and grandmother, she is preceded in death by her mother, Anne T. Davis and granddaughter, Adalyn Bragg.
Surviving are her husband, Stephen Bragg, Dawsonville; children, Kayla Bragg, Lynsey Arp, Chuck Bragg, Chad Bragg, all of Dawsonville; father, John Davis, Dawsonville, brother and sister in law, Tim and Shirley Davis, Dawsonville; grandchildren, Ashley, Blake, Hannah, Ava; great granddaughter, Sophia; a number of other relatives.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. March 11 in the Bearden Funeral Home Chapel in Dawsonville with the Revs. Jason Hamby, Cory Gilleland and Kenneth Allison officiating.
Interment followed at Sawnee View Memorial Gardens in Cumming.