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McGilley Memorial Chapel-Midtown

20 West Linwood Blvd, Kansas City, MO

OBITUARY

Pamela J Harden

September 12, 1951January 28, 2020
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Pamela J Harden, 68, passed peacefully from her battle of Lewybody Dementia on January 28, 2020 at her Harrisonville residence. She was born September 12, 1951 in Lawrence KS, the daughter of John D Wixom and Virginia Mae Thorban Wixom. Pam graduated from Bishop Hogan High School, Class of 1969. Following graduation, she worked a variety of jobs before making her career move with Humana as a small business sales representative. In 2002, she married her love, Lynn E Harden and settled in Harrisonville, MO where they celebrated 18 years of marriage. Pam was a true believer in her Heavenly Father and her savior Jesus Christ; her heart was always open to anyone who needed a helping hand. She never met a stranger and she was loved by many. In addition to her parents, Pam was preceded by her brother, James Wixom and sister, Terri Wixom McCarthy. Pam is survived by her husband Lynn E. Harden; five daughters Tammy Gann, Bobbi Cates, Nicole Wilson, Christy Pittman and by marriage Jennifer Andrews and one son, Eric Harden; three sisters, Kathy Marlatt, Karen Hartwick, and Linda Mosley; one brother John Wixom; many nieces and nephews and fifteen grandchildren. A funeral service will be held 10:00 a.m. Saturday, February 1st at McGilley Memorial Chapel-Midtown: 20 West Linwood Blvd KCMO 64111. Visitation will be from 9-10 am at the chapel. Burial will follow in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Those who wish to remember Pam and celebrate her life may make donations in her name to Alzheimer’s Foundation of America: https://www.alzfdn.org/support-us/donate Pam will be remembered and loved by many.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, February 1, 2020
  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 1, 2020

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June Jackson

January 31, 2020

Pam was a good friend, Oh, I miss you already, but I know I will see you again in God’s time.

June Jackson

Brenda Aldrine

January 30, 2020

I met Pam in 1998 when I sat in the cubicle next to her cubicle at Humana. Pam was the reason I was able to succeed. She helped me with every aspect of my new job. She was so kind.. .never becoming angry when I asked the same questions over and over again. We became very good friends and even let the husbands join us on the weekends. Pam’s home was always open to anyone needing help. A true caregiver to all. I admired her faith in the Lord, therefore, no doubt where she is today.

I will always remember you so fondly.

Mary Kay Wessling Ryan

January 30, 2020

I along with my siblings grew up with the Wixoms. We lived right around the corner on Lydia. Spent a lot of time at their house and ours. We have many fond memories of the Wixoms. God Bless Pam. Rest In Peace now.

Makia English

January 30, 2020

One of my favorite memories was when she came down to Texas to visit and we’d stay up and have dance parties and dress up. That woman knew how to party😊💕

Makia English

January 30, 2020

Grandma never missed a birthday and always called to congratulate me on my accomplishments. She may not be here anymore but I know she’ll be watching and cheering me on from the heavens.

Ann Sims

January 29, 2020

I met Pam when she was dating Lynn, my cousin. She wanted to know how my family was connected to each other and would always ask about my children. We loved her immediately as she had an infectious smile and laugh and welcomed my sisters and I for several overnight visits at their home. We would laugh until our sides hurt. We are so blessed we shared a part of her life.

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