Harry J Will Funeral Homes

37000 W Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI


Pamela R. Wood

December 30, 1960March 14, 2020

Pamela R. Wood, 59, of Livonia passed away unexpectedly on March 14, 2020. Pam was born on December 30, 1960, the second of two children to Robert E. & Louise M. Schroeder. Pam was a 1979 graduate of Churchill High School in Livonia. She was a Pharmacy Technician with Rite-Aid having worked in this field for 34 years. In her private time Pam enjoyed both cross-stich and crocheting. With her husband she bowled in a mixed league. Pam relaxed watching games shows, Carol Burnett "re-runs" and "Friends. During a party in her apartment complex she met her future husband, Darryl. They married on October 11, 1986. They welcomed their daughter to the family in 1991. Pam will also be missed by her two dogs and two cats and was a life-long pet lover.

Pam is survived by her husband of 33 years, Darryl, daughter, Kirsten F. Wood; brother, Herb (Laurie) Schroeder; sisters-in-law, Lia (Gary) Waxler and Celest (Michael) Latcha; brother-in-law Donald Wood; loyal canine companions, Sophie and Heidi and feline companions, Saki and Buffy.

Visitation Wednesday, March 18, 2020 from 3:00 - 8:00 p.m., with a service at 7:00 p.m. at Harry J. Will Funeral Home 37000 West Six Mile Road, Livonia, Michigan 48152.

Please share a memory of Pam or condolences with the family at her online guest book.


  • Visitation Wednesday

    Wednesday, March 18, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, March 18, 2020


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Margo Worley

March 18, 2020

So very sorry to her wonderful husband and darling daughter.
I have been a neighbor and friend for most of her life. I cannot imagine life without her next door.
My sincere sympathy to all who loved her. She will be missed.
Margo Worley

Liza Basmajian

March 17, 2020

Pam was truly a very genuine and caring person with a loving heart. She was not only a great coworker but an awesome friend, who will truly be missed! I’ve had the pleasure of having known her for a very long time through work and she always made sure you had a smile on your face regardless of the situation. RIP my friend and may you always watch over your loved ones. ❤️

Keith & Bev Miller

March 17, 2020

It seems as though our families have been together for as long as we can remember. We learned from our parents the importance of family. Being neighbors as children we played together, celebrated birthdays, Holidays, showers, weddings, and the birth of our children together. Our children have stayed connected through the years as well.

Pam will be greatly missed and our love and prayers go out to the family.

Keith & Bev Miller (McLeod) and family

Dave & Jean Prophet

March 17, 2020

We so shocked to hear of Pam's accident and passing. Please accept our sincere sympathy in your loss. I have known Pam since she was born and have many happy memories of playing with her and Herb as we grew up together. Their family was like our own family as we celebrated holidays and life together. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Dave & Jean Prophet (McLeod)

Leslie Cunningham

March 17, 2020

Pam I recall At bowling, just last week, when your hands got cold you put on those big winter gloves and was trying to write with a skinny ink pen. It looked so funny we both laughed about it! Your smile and sense of humor will be so missed.

Gerald Prosch

March 17, 2020

For Kirsten and Her Father
And for the Entire Wood Family

Saddened are we to know about the death of Mrs. Wood. It sometimes seems that events in life happen too soon and that we would want to turn back the hands of time. We know however that it was not meant to be.

It goes without saying that Mom Wood is an "all time great".

Now, Prosch prayers :

The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God and the communion of Holy Spirit be with us all. Lord forgive us our sins where we have done wrong, In Jesus Name do we ask all this.

God Bless
And Sincerely,
Gerald and Meg Prosch
Grand Blanc, Mi.
March 17, 2020

Donna Smith

March 17, 2020

Pam and I go back to Mrs. Fayne’s Sewing class back at Holmes Jr. High. We had a blast! We both shared a crush on Randy Mantooth from Emergency! We went on our first cruise where we had so much fun! We shared an apartment-the same one where she met Daryl. Life got busy and we always meant to get together and catch up, every time we ran into each other at the store. You will be missed my friend. Darryl and Kirsten you have my deepest condolences.

Cyndi Wolf

March 16, 2020

Pam and I go back to our time at Webster Elementary school through our weddings to Darryl and my husband Joe. We laughed , we loved each and we sometimes got flustered with one another, but the love we had was there. Like life does, we drifted apart but I am so very blessed that we had recently reconnected and it was if no time had every passed without seeing each other. Laughing, talking about the past , our families, camping, our times at yes “Band Camp”. Pam loved talking to me about how much she loved Darryl and her beautiful daughter Kirsten. She loved you both with all her being, and boy did she light up with that joy in her heart. I know she is with us in our hearts, and her memory will never fade.

Donald Young

March 16, 2020

I remember the joy of carrying cousin Pam around at family get togethers when she was a wee little one.

So sad ... my deepest condolences to the immediate family. I will be keeping you all in my good thoughts and prayers.

From: (cousin) Don Young

Barb and Dennis Kane

March 16, 2020


Dennis and I only remember your mom from PKSA events. But it never went unnoticed that her joy and kindness shined through you always!!! We are so sorry for your loss. Please accept our love and condolences!!!