Pamela Biggs Smith, age 66, from Smiths Grove, died at her residence on Aug. 18, 2019.

She was a graduate of Franklin-Simpson High School. She loved her family and her family loved her.

She was a successful entrepreneur having started in the contracting business restoring Dollar General Stores in the early 1990's and eventually took her talents to New Orleans where she founded E.A. Biggs & Associates which operated for more than 20 years and at its height employed more than 65 people. After closing her business she relocated back to Bowling Green where she successfully owned and operated a livestock farm that continues to operate.

She was a co-board member and foster parent for 13 children for Heal the Children in the mid-late 1980's.

She never met a stranger, loved to help others and will be missed by all whom she encountered throughout her wonderful journey through life. She enjoyed antiques, cooking for others, gardening, living on the farm and visiting with family and friends.

She is survived by her husband, Eddie B. Smith of 20 years; her mother, Jessie Moody of Franklin; sister, Peggy (Roger) Hunter of Franklin; brother, Brian (Kristie) Johnson of Hopkinsville; daughter, Kim (Mark) Wainscott of Louisville, daughter, Amy Bonner of Franklin, daughter, Beth (John) Brewer of Bowling Green; son, Kevin (Mariana) Goff of Bowling Green, son Clint (Kelly) Goff of Bowling Green; eight grandchildren, Kayla Gilbreth of Bowling Green, Brendan Wainscott of Louisville, Kylie Wainscott of Louisville, Annsleigh Bonner of Franklin, Zoei Bonner of Franklin, Wynn Goff of Bowling Green, Max Goff of Bowling Green, and Avery Brewer of Bowling Green; and several nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her fathers, Bobby Biggs and Billy Moody; her maternal grandfather, Earl Wheat; maternal grandmother, Lavinia Wheat; paternal grandfather, Clarence Biggs, and paternal grandmother Molly Biggs.

Visitation will be held on Saturday, Aug. 24, at J. C. Kirby & Son Lovers Lane Chapel in Bowling Green from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.

At Pam's wish cremation was chosen, therefore no service is scheduled.