OBITUARY

Pamela Sue Huffman

November 28, 1949September 26, 2020

In the summer of 1960, a 12-year-old Pam Barnett, dressed in Girl Scout attire, was approached by a neighbor boy on a bicycle and asked if she wanted to go for a ride. Thankfully, from my perspective, she said yes. On that day, my parents cultivated a love that would last almost 40 years.

Through youth, school and even miles apart at times, the connection was always there. In February, 1969, they married. Donnie and Pam had two boys and loved and lived until Dad died in 1996. Mom lived the rest of her life honoring my father and cherishing her relationship with her grandchildren. She is Nana to some, Nina to others, sister, cousin, aunt and friend. She is my Mom. Pamela Sue Huffman was born on November 28, 1949 and a little after noon on September 26, 2020, she was reunited with her love and her glory in paradise. Mom’s life and passion were her family and kids. Two sons, Kevin and David, four grandkids, Caty, Josh, Jodie, Noah and one great grandchild, Lily. Her little brother, Ronnie, older sister and brother, Donna and Bill, have been a rock in her life and continue to be so for all of us kids, cousins, nieces, nephews and really great friends too numerous to mention. Pam will be laid to rest beside Donnie at Rest Hills Memorial Park. Her family will be holding a private Memorial service at a later date. “My cup runneth over, surely goodness and mercy will follow me for the rest of my days, and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord forever.”

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Ann Barnett

September 30, 2020

To your family Pam, my sincere sympathies. Losing you was a shock to me so I can only imagine the loss they must feel. We had only found each other after many years of being apart. Life has a way of slipping by when we are busy with our own lives. We always had a special kinship. Cousins, only 105 days apart in age.... always finding each other first at the ever revolving Barnett Family Reunion, Burns Park, NLR, AR. And let's not forget, Old Baptist Cemetery Decoration, Center Valley, AR. Running, laughing, children at play. You will ALWAYS be in my heart, your smile, your laughter I will forever miss and never forget. May God bless your boys and their families as they learn life without you. All my love, Ann Barnett 💔

Rory Russell

September 30, 2020

David, we're so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother.
Condolences,
Rory & Marika Russell

Becky Taylor

September 29, 2020

I graduated with Pam and will always remember her sweet smile and kindness. I was heartbroken when I heard of her passing. Keeping the family in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Becky Taylor

Don Merritt

September 29, 2020

May my thoughts and prayers be with you in this time of loss.

Doyalene Wasson

September 29, 2020

I treasure the days growing up on Lake Conway, especially the summers and weekends when my Cook Cousins would come. Pam was a little older than me, but her smile made you smile!
Pam’s mom, Betty, and my mom were Cousins and best friends growing up...I can picture them all up there in Heaven, talking and laughing.
My prayers go out to the family, I love you all!

Jim Hoskins

September 29, 2020

Kevin and David - My thoughts and prayers are with each of you during this time of grief and sorrow. May your memories bring you comfort during this difficult time.

Bill and Diane Cunningham

September 29, 2020

Dear David and Kevin, We are sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Sweet lady for sure and dearly loved by many. Hope in Christ and His promises to stay close to you. I am praying for peace for you both. Take care of yourselves and your family.
Bill and Diane Cunningham (Harlan)

Glenda Gotcher

September 29, 2020

Sweet Pam, Rest In Peace with your Lord and Donnie.
Family you are in my prayers. Only Jesus can provide peace and sweet comfort. Trust in Him. I love you guys and have sweet memories of times past.
Glenda Gotcher

Carole Stickford

September 29, 2020

Pam I love you. I will have great memories of the fun days we had. I have lost a great friend and will think about you everyday..
You are not in pain anymore and you are stress free.
Now you are home with Donnie and other loved ones.
Some day we will meet again.

Brenda Emerson

September 29, 2020

Wonderful memories of grade school sleepovers with, you, Becky Zuber and me. Rest in peace sweet friend. My thoughts and prayers for Donna and family.

FROM THE FAMILY

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