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Reed-Culver Funeral Home

117 West Delaware Street, Tahlequah, OK

OBITUARY

Pamela Ann Setser

October 1, 1963March 16, 2020
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Funeral services for Pamela Ann House-Setser will be held on Friday, March 20th at 3:00 PM at Reed-Culver Chapel. Her family will receive visitors on Thursday, March 19, 2020 beginning at 2:00 PM until 8:00 PM at Reed- Culver Chapel. Online condolences for her family may be left at www.reedculver.com

Pamela Ann House-Setser was born on Tuesday, October 1st, 1963 in Kansas City, MO to Tommy Lee and Eunice (Meadows) House. She grew up with only brothers, Tommy, Paul, Terry, and Phil, who she loved dearly. Being the only girl made her tough and she carried that trait throughout her life. After high school she moved to Colorado. There she put her tough determination to use, living off grid at 10,000 ft. with no running water. In South Park, CO Pam met Chuck Johns and the two were married December 5, 1983. To this union were born two daughters, Lacy and Savannah. Pam loved being a mother, caregiving was her gift, and adored her girls. Pam was known for her free spirit and being a hippie at heart. She called it like she saw it and you never had to wonder what she was thinking. She was caring, kind, and strong. She worked for nine years as a home care provider and there wasn’t anything she wouldn’t do for her beloved clients. She was bright, beautiful, and a force to be reckoned with. She worked hard to care for those she loved, whether it was caring for her clients, baking the best bread, cooking up a huge batch of killer green chili or working in her garden, she gave it all she had. Pam had a quirky personality and a great sense of humor to go with it. She had the best laugh and used it often. No matter how hard life got, she always has something witty to say and a laugh on her lips. Her smile was infectious and reached all the way to her eyes. You couldn’t spend much time with her and stay in a bad mood. She was a ray of sunshine and could make anyone smile. On August 29th, 2009 Pam married her husband Steve Setser in Bartlesville, OK. They had a great love and respect for one another. Steve and Pam came to know the Lord and were Baptized together. Pam and Steve later moved to Tahlequah, OK were they both enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren. Pam loved all the grand babies and especially missed the four in Colorado. Pam crossed into eternity with her family by her side on March 16th, 2020. She was only 56 years old but had packed so much life into every day she lived. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

She is preceded in death by her Mother and Father, her grandparents, her brother Phil and her second husband Steven Young.

Pam is survived by her husband Steve Setser of Tahelquah, OK, daughters, Lacy and Kenny Trout of Yampa, CO and Savannah Johns of Fairplay, CO. Her brothers Tommy, Paul, and Terri and families. Dearly beloved friend Jennifer and Jason Callie of Vian, OK. She will live on in her grandchildren, Wyatt and Charlee Trout of Yampa, CO and Lily and Annie Johns of Fairplay, CO as well as a host of friends and loved ones too numerous to mention.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, March 19, 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, March 20, 2020

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Diana Blakley

March 25, 2020

Pam I always remember you smile an how your had a heart of gold . You where there for me no matter what . Always a prayer warrior to prayer with an give your shirt right off your back to any one . I love you with all my heart till we meet again!!

JoDee Nelson

March 24, 2020

When I heard of Pam's passing, I shared the same thoughts as those mentioned in this tribute, that no matter the troubles or challenges, Pam would face it with strength and humor. I will always recall her hale and hearty laugh. I worked with her for 7 years and no matter her problems, she would always be concerned about how you were doing. So sorry to lose her so young.

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