OBITUARY

Pamela Yuvonne Stover

March 9, 1953March 10, 2019
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Ms. Pamela Yuvonne Stover, 66, of Cartersville, GA passed away Sunday, March 10, 2019. Pamela was born on March 9, 1953 to the late Mr. James G. Hogan and Mrs. Iva Alice Neeley Kenneway in Macon, GA. Pam was a devoted mother, cherished wife and an amazing Nana. She loved spending hours outdoors in her flower gardens. She also enjoyed watching wildlife, fishing, and feeding birds; especially hummingbirds. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her. She is preceded in death by her father, James G. Hogan and brother, Donnie Hogan. Ms. Stover is survived by her husband, Mr. Paul E. Stover, Sr., daughter, Mrs. Christy A. (Brian) Arrington, son, Mr. Paul E. Stover Jr., grandchildren: Jared (J-Rod) Pike , Jenna (Jenna Bug) Williamson, Kaylee (Tater) Stover, Cameron Arrington, Trevor Arrington and Kaitlyn Arrington, sisters: Sharon (Bill) McMillan, Frances Cooper, Teresa (Louie) Burge and Eva (John) Roberts, brothers: Buddy Hogan, Ricky Hogan and Matt (Melinda) Kenneway. A Celebration of life Service will be conducted Saturday, March 16, 2019 at three o’clock in the afternoon with the Rev. Kenny Jacobs officiating. The family will receive friends Saturday, March 16, 2019 from twelve o’clock noon until the service hour at Owen Funeral Home In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Owen Funeral Home to help with the services.

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Owen Funeral Home, 12 Collins Drive, Cartersville, GA is honored to serve the family of Ms. Pamela Stover at this most difficult time

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, March 16, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Service Saturday, March 16, 2019
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Pamela Yuvonne Stover

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Don & Peggy Burr

March 14, 2019

Neighbor, friend, camping buddy and as close to being a sister as anyone could get. Too many stories to tell, spent nearly every day with Pam and Paul when we lived at Colonial Club and moving away from them was the hardest part we had when we moved from there.
We spent our Springs and Summers camping at Rock Creek and we had our own little community of neighbors and friends form there, Polly & Hayden, Curtis & Charley, Randall, Granndy & J C and many more, most whom have past years ago.
We take comfort in knowing that Pam is sitting along a mountain stream fishing or at a camp fire talking old times and sharing a meal with all those old friends and enjoying every minute.
Pam
Keep a camping spot open for us.
Love
Peggy & Don

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