Kenny Brothers Funeral Directors

3600 West 95Th Street, Evergreen Park, IL


Pamela Sheree Driver

March 19, 1964August 19, 2019
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Pamela S. Driver, age 55 passed away on Monday, August 19, 2019. Beloved wife of 32 years to Claude Driver; loving mother of Tony Driver and Christiana Driver; cherished grandmother of J'nya, Jayden, and London; dear granddaughter of Willie (the late Marion) Baker; fond sister of Tracey, Linda, Bryant, Sonya, and the late Miles; Aunt, cousins and friend to many.

Pamela worked for the Rail Road Retirement Board and belonged to Keno Club, the R.A.K craft club and long time member of the Holy Vessel Church.

Visitation Friday, August 23, 2019 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Kenny Brothers Funeral Directors 3600 W. 95th Street, Evergreen Park. Funeral services Saturday, August 24, 2019 Visitation 10:00 a.m. until time of service at 11:00 a.m. at Kenny Brothers Funeral Directors.


  • Visitation Friday, August 23, 2019
  • Wake Saturday, August 24, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, August 24, 2019
  • Interment Saturday, August 24, 2019


Pamela Sheree Driver

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Christiana Driver

September 19, 2019

Today makes a whole month since you’ve gained your wings. Whoever said this gets easier, lied! It’s actually harder now than it was in the beginning. When I say I miss you, I miss you! Work is the worse. I miss our rides to and from work, I miss driving you crazy with my singing. Heck I miss seeing you be such an amazing grandmother. I miss everything about you, but will never stop loving you, my angel 😔😘

Sonja Cotton

September 4, 2019

Another Harlan Falcon has gotten their wings.

Christiana Driver

September 1, 2019

Hey mom,
Auntie Tracy and I came to visit granddaddy and he’s still hilarious. He just told Tracy he wanted her to make him a walking taco, cause the ground beef you made for it was so good 🤣. He misses you dearly (you know you were his favorite 🤫😂). It’s been a whole 15 days since you went away and it still feels like day 1. I love you, I love you, I love you 😘


August 31, 2019

Pam you truly put the capitals Q in Queen because you were the beautiful Queen of our family you brighten our life with joy and laughter. You share your joy and pain you gave us all a beautiful something that I can't even find words to describe or explain .. You are a truly aanointed God-loving person I will miss you for the rest of my days so until I see you on the other side have fun and prepare everything so that we can have a BIG party I love you...
your auntie Vicki.❤💕❤💕

Mike Driver

August 27, 2019

My loving bid sister, she was always there with a smile, a plate, and a couch for me to lay my head on whenever I came in town off the road, she was the kind of person that makes you want to be a better person, and she will be missed

❤❤❤❤❤I love you big sis #3❤❤❤❤❤

Valerie Brooks

August 23, 2019

As a member of our Holy Vessel family, Pam was always there for everyone!
Always with a smile, a shoulder to lean on, to listen and offer encouraging words!!
I will miss her warm, genuine greetings!
May God bless, comfort and keep her family in perfect peace today and always!!

Rita Driver

August 23, 2019

My Sister-in-law Pamela was one of the Best sister-in-laws you could have had. She treated me as if I were a real sister. I loved her for 37 years and it will never end. So many fun times and adventurous trips and combined friendships. You are forever in my Heart. I was blessed by your presence. 💖No more suffering!💖

Venise E.

August 23, 2019

Tee Tee Pam,
You will forever be in our hearts! THANK YOU for all the fun times, creative pieces, & group jokes! We know you watching over us! We MISS YOU SOOOO MUCH! LOVE YOU QUEEN....

Sandra Jackson

August 23, 2019

Pam Pam!!
My BFF! My sister, homie, friend and coworker! Our memories are endless. We shared lots of creative projects; skits, events and artwork. I will do my best to continue the projects, but it won’t be the same without your input and without you being by my side. I love you Pammy... my sister for life!

You have touched so many people in various ways. Only you can bring the most diverse group of people together!

Sheila Crawford

August 22, 2019

Pam I will always be grateful for the wonderful memories that we share, rest well my soldier Until we meet again ❤️





Pamela Hinton-Driver was born in Chicago, IL on March 19,
1964 to Theresa Hinton and Willie Jean Harris, who both
preceded her in death.

Pam was a faithful member and longtime usher board
member at Holy Vessel Church under the direction of Pastor
Lena McLin. Pam attended and graduated from Harlan High
School focusing on art and business.

Her love of art continued throughout her life with her
numbers paintings and drawings, and her longtime
membership in the R.A.K. Arts and Craft Club. She was also
a longtime member of her ‘Keno’ Club with friends and

Pam began working at the Railroad Retirement Board in
1985. She was a Claims Examiner and Officer in the union.
She was scheduled to retire in March 2020.

Pam made her transition to Heaven on August 19, 2019 after
a lengthy battle with cancer.

She leaves to cherish her memory: Her husband, Claude
Driver; one son, Tony; one daughter, Christiana; three
grandchildren, J’Nya, Jaden and London; her grandfather,
Mr. Willie Baker; one brother, Bryant (Mona); three sisters,
Tracy (Anthony), Linda and Sonya; one uncle, John Baker;
aunts, Jeanette, Sharon and Victoria; plus a host of nieces,
nephews, cousins, other family and friends.