Pamela Jean Farrar Cassidy

November 24, 1960July 13, 2011

Pamela Jean Farrar Cassidy, 50, of Danville and formerly of Craigsville, passed away on July 13, 2011. She was the daughter of Violet Hayes Farrar and the late Clarence Edward “Buddy” Farrar. In addition to her mother, she is survived by her two children, Rebecca Sue “Becky” Breeden and her husband, Gary Lee Breeden, Jr. and Kenneth Haskul Robertson and his wife, Elizabeth Osborne Robertson; four grandchildren, Sherri Laylan Wheeler, Ashlyn Riley Breeden, Brailyn Presley Breeden and Derlin Price Robertson; her brother and sister-in-law, Gary Edward and Beverly Huffer Farrar; and two nieces. Interment will be held privately at the Farrar family cemetery.


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Pamela Jean Farrar Cassidy

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July 19, 2011

I worked with Pam at Southern Va. for many years, and will miss her greatly. She could always make people smile. My deepest sympathy and prayers go out to your family. Sincerely, Anita Murphy

Donna James

July 19, 2011

Pam, I have so many happy memories of you and the fun we had. I release you into the hands of all the angels and our heavenly father. Praying for strength and healing for Becky, Kenny, and family.

Donna H. James

Christy McCurry

July 17, 2011

I did not work directly with Pam at So. Va. but every time I saw her, she had a smile and would greet me with kindness. I was so shocked to hear of her passing. I know she will be dearly missed by her family and also her family at So. Va. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.


July 16, 2011

It was a pleasure working at SVMHI with Pam. She was so full of life, love and laughter and was loved by all of her co-workers. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of sorrow.


July 16, 2011

I would like to express my deepest condolences for the family. Pam was a nice and friendly person who had a big heart. My prayers are with you all.

Stacey Gravely

July 16, 2011

It is with great sadness that I have to make this entry, but Pam is deserving of all of the wonderful things that people say about her. I am so thankful to have gotten to work with Pam and most importantly, I was given the blessing of getting to know what a caring, kind person she really was. We have had several conversations about our love for our canine friends and the joy that they brought to us everyday. Please take comfort in knowing that Pam was loved and cherished by many, and will be missed beyond belief. My prayers go out to her family and to Sugar Bear- may God bless you all.

Joann Hutchings

July 16, 2011

Sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one and our dear friend at SVMHI.The last time I saw Pam she was wearing a big smile and continued to have a good sense of humor. That's the way I would like to remember her. She will be greatly missed. My heartfelt sympathy to all of you.

Debbie Bryant

July 16, 2011

To Pam's Family I am so sorry for your loss. Pam was truly a good person and was full of laughter and kindness that she shared with everyone she was around. I enjoyed working with her at SVMHI. She will be greatly missed. May God give you all comfort during this difficult time.

Jessica Robinson

July 16, 2011

My prayers and sympathy go out to you all in your time of grief. She was a wonderful lady and will be missed. I worked with Pam at Southern Virginia Mental Health Institute, and she was a pleasure to be around.

Ann Burroughs

July 16, 2011

Pam was one of my dearest friends and I can't tell you how much she will be missed. We had so many laughs together and she was truly one of the kindest people I've ever met. She loved her family and her "Sugar Bear". Pam deserved the very best but because of her big heart, she often gave so much more than she received. May she now know the joy, happiness, and most of all peace, that she so richly deserves. My prayers are with her mother and children. May our Lord carry you through this difficult time.