Pamela Gray Nobles died on November 7, 2021 after a brave battle against an aggressive form of brain cancer. At her side was her loving husband Michael Grantham who was her steadfast caregiver. Pam was born on November 20, 1955 to June and Charlie Gray. She was a majorette with the FSU Marching Chiefs for 4 years. She represented our country in 1973 as a Goodwill Ambassador with FSU in Syria. Pam moved to Franklin County in 1981. Soon after she began teaching twirling and later expanded to a full dance studio. For 39 years her studio impacted hundreds of children and their family members who loved her so much. She is survived by her husband Michael, her mother June Gray, her sister Cindy Gray, brother-in-law, Mark Nobles and sister-in-law Beth Nobles. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews, aunts and uncle and cousins who are loved dearly. She was predeceased by her first husband Tommy Nobles, her father Charlie Gray, and specials aunts and uncles, Mary and Sammy Gray and Arnett and Doris Peel.
A celebration of her extraordinary life will be held on November 20th on her 66th birthday at the Chapman Auditorium in Apalachicola at 2:02 pm. Because of her love for the children of Franklin County, a memorial contribution can be made to: Franklin Education Foundation, P.O. Box 801, Eastpoint, FL 32328