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Whitten Timberlake Chapel

7404 Timberlake Road, Lynchburg, VA

OBITUARY

Pamela Wieringo Overstreet

August 19, 1953December 2, 2019
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Pamela Wieringo Overstreet, 66, of Lynchburg, passed away Monday, December 2, 2019 at Lynchburg General Hospital. She was the wife of the late Leon Boyd Overstreet. Born August 19, 1953 in Campbell County, she was the daughter of Eunice Ford Wieringo of Rustburg and the late Julius Edwin “Buster” Wieringo, Sr. and was also preceded in death by her brother, Julius “Jay” Wieringo, Jr. She was a former employee of Mrs. Giles Country Kitchen with twenty-five years of service. In addition to her mother, Pam is survived by her son, Kevin Wieringo and wife Sarah; two grandchildren, Tyler Witt and wife Megan and Joshua Witt and a special cousin, Ricky Burns. She is also survived by two aunts, Phyllis Morrison and Freda Overstreet; two uncles, Cecil Wieringo and wife Shirley and Richard Wieringo and numerous cousins. A gathering of friends and family to celebrate Pam’s life will be held from 6:30-8:00 p.m., Friday, December 6, 2019 at Whitten Timberlake Chapel. Memorial contributions to the Alan B. Pearson Cancer Center Patient Support Fund.

  • FAMILY

  • Leon Boyd Overstreet, Husband (deceased)
  • Julius Edwin "Buster" Wieringo, Father (deceased)
  • Eunice Ford Wieringo, Mother
  • Kevin Wieringo, Son
  • Julius Edwin "Jay" Wieringo, Jr., Brother
  • Pam is also survived by two grandchildren, Tyler Witt and wife Megan and Joshua Witt;a special cousin, Ricky Burns;two aunts, Phyllis Morrison and Freda Overstreet; two uncles, Cecil Wieringo and wife Shirley and Richard Wieringo and numerous cousins.
  • DONATIONS

  • Alan B. Pearson Cancer Center Patient Support Fund

Services

  • Gathering of Family and Friends Friday, December 6, 2019

Memories

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Sandra MARSH/ Ayers

December 7, 2019

Pamela and I went to school together her and her family was such sweet people. Pamela and I lost contact for yrs and just lately we had gotten back in contact I only found out today 12/07 & i wish I had known i would have definitely been there. So very sorry for the family

Judy Lacey

December 4, 2019

So many memories of Pam. When we were growing up we would go to Wrestling Matches at the City Armory. If my Dad John Stanaitis told me I couldnt go Pam would always plead with my Daddy to let me go. I would go down to her house and chase her with Frogs which she had a great fear of. My husband Joe Lacey passed away several years back here in Ohio and Pam came here to be with me. I will be forever grateful for all of visits she made to my sister Sandra Stanaitis in Lynchburg Va. She was always helping others. To her Mom Eunice I Thank You for making Pam the Person she was. I will always hold a Very Special place in my Heart for you Eunice and Diane. Love to All. Judy Lacey Middletown Ohio

Delores Helms

December 4, 2019

She was always a kind, considerate person. We loved her! She would always call to check on my husband when he was having health problems. Praying for comfort for the family.

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