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Peggy Pamela Hill Kuehne

Pam Kuehne

Peggy Pamela Hill Kuehne, age 71, of Denton passed away Tuesday, October 3, 2017. She was born August 8, 1946 in Crockett to parents, Jim Dan Hill and Dorothy Lee Knox Hill. Pam was a graduate of Crockett High School and earned a Bachelor degree from Baylor University. She was a member of the Highland Park United Methodist Church and was the best mom ever, best MoMo, daughter, wife and friend. Her club memberships included the Dallas Women’s Club, Marianne Scruggs Garden Club, DAR, Every Wednesday Bridge Club, Armstrong Elementary and HPHS Parents Club; board member of the Juvenile Diabetics Research Foundation (JDRF) of Dallas and the Daughters of the Republic of Texas (DRT) and lifetime member of the Spring Creek Country Club.

Pam is survived by Ernie William Kuehne, Jr, whom she married in 1968; children, Trip, Hank, and Kelli, their spouses, Dusti, Andreea, and Paul; six grandchildren, Will, Henry, Morgan, A.J., Ford and Kroy; beloved dogs, Rosie and Lady; extended family and friends, in particular, Carroll and Dorian Sullivan, Freddie and Linda Knapp, Charlie and Linda Taylor, Steve and Kristine Taylor, Jamie Waller Kilcrease, Cindy Holliday, Gerri Hudnall, and Adelaide Wingert. She was preceded in death by her parents, Jim Dan Hill and Dorothy Lee Knox Hill.

Funeral services for Peggy Pamela Hill Kuehne will be held Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 2:30 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church of Crockett. Interment will follow in the Evergreen Memorial Park. The family will receive friends for visitation Saturday from 1:00-2:30 p.m. prior to the service at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Birdies for Breast Cancer (, Folds of Honor (, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden-Blooming Beds Donation ( Online condolences may be made at


  1. Farewell, my friend. I will always remember your smile, your laughter, your gentle manner and words.

  2. God Bless and comfort this family. Pam was always so kind to me throughout our school years. I will never forget her. She will be greatly missed by many.

  3. Pam is safe & out of pain now. She is in a place of joy & happiness with loved ones who have gone before. Always remember that those who are loved are never forgotten.

    Our heartfelt sympathy goes to you Kelli, Hank & Trip. We love you & will keep you in our thoughts & prayers.

  4. I have lost a true friend. Pam was a blessing to all who knew her. Now she is at rest in God’s hands. Rest in peace my beloved friend. Condolences to the family and prayers also.

  5. So sorry to hear this about Pam. I worked at Knox Furniture my senior year at Crockett High and her mother was the office manager and Pam was such a pleasure to visit with. You are all in my thoughts and Prayers! Tommie Spinks Corbin

  6. My condolences to all of the family, especially Kelli, at this time of loss of a precious Mom. You are all in my thoughts and prayers

  7. My condolences to this wonderful family. Pam lived life for her family and she was loved by all who knew her. She and Ernie proudly raised three fantastic children. May God bless at this difficult time. “Dad”

  8. Pam Kuehne shared love for her children and fellow humans abundantly. We married about the same time, had our first two children about the same times, and all went through law school at the same time. Though we did not see each other for over 40 years, I treasure the times we spent communing over our marriages and our children way back when in olden times. She was a joy and I find great comfort in reading she was “the best mom ever”, because that was certainly my judgment of Pam. She was a lovely, gentile woman and a fierce lover of her family. Farewell and RIP, beautiful woman. With loving memories. Gayle & John

  9. We will always fondly remember Pam as a very gracious, savvy, beautiful lady.

    Our prayers go out to all her loved ones.

  10. I’ll always remember Pam’s beautiful smile, she was “super golf mom” to Trip, Hank, and Kelli. I enjoyed great times with Pam walking many golf courses during junior golf days. Such a wonderful person with a kind and loving heart!
    Larry and I are thinking of you three “Kuehne kids”, sending you our heartfelt condolences.

  11. Pam was a light in every room she entered. I always enjoyed our spending time with her family during our junior golf days. Prayers and blessings to the Kuehne family.

  12. To the family of my sweet friend Pam. I am grieved to learn of your Mom’s death. I have just heard since I am in Nashville. I am thankful she is free from pain and suffering. My late husband Prentice and I had a special friendship with Pam and Ernie at Prestoncrest church. Those were sweet times of joy and sharing struggles of life. My heart is heavy for you all but trust your faith will comfort you. Pam was a gentle spirit and a precious friend. I hold our time together on this earth in my heart. Love in Jesus, Barbara

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