Pamela E Berberich

March 9, 1953November 5, 2020

Pam, age 67, of Charlotte, peacefully passed away Wednesday, November 5, 2020, in the comfort of her home after a long courageous battle with Multiple System Atrophy (MSA). Pam was born March 3, 1953, the daughter of Marietta Everhart and the late Charles Everhart. She is survived by her husband, Charlie; her mother, Marietta Everhart; brothers, Dan Grant, Terry Grant and Charles “Pete” Everhart and wife Brenda; many beloved nieces, nephews, cousins and good friends; and two lovable dogs, Bo and Brittany. She was sister to her late brother, Mark Grant. Pam was full of life, love and happiness. She was loved by each and every person she met. Pam was unequivocally committed to loving all of her family. She loved the beach, swimming and boating in the river behind her house. She had a tremendous love for all her puppies in her life. Pam touched a lot of hearts and will truly be missed. Private Memorial Service 11 a.m., Wednesday, November 11, 2020 at Christ United Methodist Church, 8020 Bellhaven Blvd, Charlotte. Due to COVID 19 restrictions, service attendance is by Invitation Only. You may view service via live stream on Pam’s Facebook page. In lieu of flowers, donations to MSA Coalition, 7918 Jones Branch Dr., Suite 300, McLean, VA 22102. Condolences may be submitted at


  • Private Memorial Service

    Wednesday, November 11, 2020


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Stephen Black

November 12, 2020

A fine lady. Was present at she and Charlie’s wedding. We will be sending our prayers up for her family.

Richard Porter

November 11, 2020


So sorry for your loss peace be with you!

Sandy & Elizabeth Porter

Steve & Carolyn Berberich

November 11, 2020

The sun was always shining when Pam was around. She will be missed. Carolyn and I send our thoughts and prayers to Charlie, Pam's family and all those who loved her.

Gail Beaty

November 10, 2020

I have been Pam's neighbor for many years she didn't change in all thoes year every time I saw her when she was a teenager and as an adult she had a big smile on her face she loved life on the river. I love you Pam

Janice McNeill

November 10, 2020

I attended Garinger High School with Pam. What a fun, energetic and positive person she was. I wish I had
kept in contact with her. Through the years when driving near Garinger, I would think of her and her smile. Love and hugs to her family and friends close to her. Janice McNeill

Sandra Everhart

November 9, 2020

Pam was such a lover of life. Lots of memories on our trips in Germany. Her love of Charlie, her bothers, nieces, nephews, and her many beloved dogs. How proud Pam was of her river dock. Miss you girl.

Billie Hartis-Miller

November 9, 2020

I love you Pam ❤️

Mary Freemaan

November 8, 2020

A truly loving woman who no one will ever be able to forget her warm smile.

Brant Hart

November 8, 2020

So sorry to read about Pam. She rode the bus to Garinger with me when I was a senior and she was a sophomore. Pam was always nice to me. My deepest sympathy goes out to the Everhart family.

Vee Grigg-Butler

November 8, 2020

My first impression of Pam upon meeting her was that she was so angelic. She had such a sweet and warm spirit! I could not have gotten a better person to care for! She was so easy going and always looking out for others, despite the hardship she was facing. What stood out the most was her love for others which she always put first, not ever thinking about her own struggles. I will always remember that warm strength, soft spoken demeanor and rapport that we established right from the beginning. She was my angel and I will never forget the kindness, love and inspiration she brought to my life.
Love you Pamela and I know you are now resting peacefully in heaven amongst all the other angels just like you. God rest your soul.
Love, Vee