When we moved into the Villas of Newtown the Whitlocks were among the first people we met. It wasn’t long before Pam was thinking of us every time she baked. She would send over very delicious and nutritious cookies and cupcakes. We also had the opportunity to share dinners with them and the company was always enjoyable.
We could see that she had the support of loyal friends who showed up every Wednesday to play Mahjong.
One day when Michael was visiting, he saw Pam looking at what seemed to be her high school yearbook. She explained that was when she and Terry started dating. Sixty years later they had created a wonderful family: two devoted sons, caring daughters-in-law, and loving grandchildren.
Unfortunately, she was already suffering when we met her, but she was undaunted as she strived to maintain a normal life. She will be sorely missed.
JoAnn and Michael Baram
Pam was a special lady and a good friend. Pam and Terry were two kids who grew up in Columbus with nothing but ambition and good values; they both worked hard and stayed together to live the American Dream. They were role models for their whole family and all who knew them. No person has ever been supported better through a devastating illness than Pam by her husband and her whole family. It was amazing to see how that whole family pulled together to handle all that adversity. So sad...Just another reminder- life is short- make the most of today. May God Bless this family. Roger & Jeannine Davis