Pamela Jean Hawley

September 23, 1952November 9, 2020

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  • Graveside Service

    Sunday, November 15, 2020


  • Memorial Service

    Sunday, November 15, 2020


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Rose Marie Smith

November 25, 2020

I was her birth coach when Anisa was born. It was a tough labor but Pam took it in stride. We couldn’t wait to see Anisa for the first time. I moved away and lost touch with her. I recently moved back to AZ and was searching for her when I learned she’d passed. My deepest condolences, she was a remarkable woman and an unforgettable friend.
We love you Ms Hawley!

Kayla Spottsville

November 24, 2020

Pam was a kind, loving, honest and amazing woman! She was an amazing mother to my loving best friend/sis , Anisa. I remember meeting her and Anisa for the first time in 1999. She was like another mother to me and she was always there for us when we needed her. She was there. I am sadden by her passing but she is watching over us. Sending prayers and hugs to the Hawley family, especially to Anisa. Again I am deeply sorry for y'all loss.

Anisa Hawley

November 20, 2020

My mom was the most amazing person in my life

Gary Boivin

November 20, 2020

Always, always, the voice of deepest velvet, the voice of reason, the steady state soul. It will be hard to think of my own lovely departed wife's standing in the choir that was Roses of Love, without seeing your smiling, warm presence behind her. I cannot listen to "We Are One", by Dan Seals, without hearing your cover. I cannot drive along Seventh Street, Phoenix, without keeping in mind your admonition about being mindful of ever-changing one-way streets. All there is about love, you practiced, on a daily basis. All there is about friendship, you practiced, without halting. May the Song Celestial ever ring, in the Abha Realm!

Davida Williams

November 19, 2020

Dear Hawley family. I am so sorry to hear about your deep and painful loss of such a wonderful person. I am truly grateful I have gotten to know Pamela for awhile. We got to know each other via Twitter from our admiration and deep respect for Steve Perry, a great singer and humanitarian. We then deepened our friendship as she assisted me to improve my health with Thrive. We did many awesome and fun Steve Perry/Classic Journey related projects together. I hope to continue some. I will miss her but she is now at rest, in God's memory. I look forward to seeing her in an Earthly a song sung by our favorite group said, "someday soon."

Margaret Adelman

November 17, 2020

Pam was a dear friend for many years. One of my fondest memories was how much she loved my Boxer dog Daisy. When it was time for the puppies to arrive I called her. She came over as fast as she could and brought three diet Coke’s. Right, three! One for me, one for her and one for Daisy. The excitement got the best of Pam that day. We laughed so hard when she realized she brought three. I’m so sorry to hear of her passing. She will be missed dearly by so many 🙏

Erika Adelman

November 17, 2020

Pam is part of some of my most treasured memories growing up. She helped me get ready for prom and spent countless years as family. Hard to imagine the world without her amazing laugh and boundless joy. She will be missed so much.

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