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Mrs. Pamela Haveman, age 60, passed away January 16, 2018.
Mrs. Haveman was a loving wife and mother of two. She was a proud Army wife, married to her husband for 39 years. As a military family, the Havemans moved frequently and eventually settled in Fayetteville, GA in 2003.
Mrs. Haveman was preceded in death by her parents: Donald and Jeanne Kirby. She is survived by her loving husband: Daniel Haveman of Fayetteville; son: Matthew Haveman of Fayetteville; daughter: Sandra Haveman of Canton; brother and sister-in-law: Greg and Allison Kirby of Boiling Spring Lakes, NC.
Messages of condolence may be left at www.GeorgiaCremation.com.
Tim Burns says
Dan, I will always think of Pam and you when I hear “Follow You Follow Me” I wish I could be with you to help you grieve. Know that you and the kids will be in my thoughts and heart. Love you Bro.
Alison Kirby says
Pam was beautiful inside and out. She loved her family above all else. She was a steel magnolia. Carry that warmth, that love, that strength, that determination and that smile with you in the moments and days to come.
She will be missed and remembered.
We love you all.
Greg and Ali
Connie Vugteveen says
Dan, Matt and Sandy we are so sorry for your lost. You are in our prayers. Uncle Ken and Aunt Connie
Scott and Debra Behrmann says
Dan, Matt and Sandy. Scott and I are so sorry for your loss. Our hearts break for you all at this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Scott and Deb Behrmann
Jon Long says
Dan, Matt, Sandy,
Dan and I have served together for years in the Army. Although I never met Pam she was always a guiduing light in your lives from what Dan had said. You have my deep condolences with prayer for all. Be strong!
Fred Buyarski says
You have been “Sir”, and my Brother in arms all at the same time. I only met Mrs H once but I knew she was special. Now, I stand by your side to take some of the weight of your grief. When someone passes from this world, a page is turned in the book of life. They are not torn out, nor thrown away, although they may be misplaced for a bit. On the day of the Good Lord’s reckoning, they will all be gathered together once again. Love from Fred and Cheryl This is niner two eight on Hill 327, out.
Ellen and Norm Rninger says
So sorry. Words are not enough I know, but, will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Fred McCown says
Dan I truly understand how difficult this is. Although I never met Pam, I know from our many conversations over the years how much she was loved by you and your family. I pray that in time your heart will find comfort in knowing that Pam waits for you in that beautiful place where there will be no more tears or parting. I’m here for you my Brother.
Pat Young says
Dan …so so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and your family and you all will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Paula Tatro Tangredi says
Dan, Matt, and Sandy, We have never met, but I am so sad to hear of Pam’s passing – so young. Pam was my cousin and my mom, Aunt Lucille, (Jeanne’s oldest sister) was her godmother. I remember her from our youth as being soft spoken, sensitive, and very beautiful. May Pam Rest In Peace, and may all your wonderful memories of her as a wife and mother help to bring you peace at this diffficult time. Sincerely, Paula
Kim Formwalt Mistovich says
Dan, Matt, and Sandy, I am deeply saddened to hear of Pam’s passing. Although as adults, our paths never crossed, I have beautiful memories of our childhood together. Our moms were sisters (Claire and Jeanne). Since we were only 2years apart in age, we were playmates at family gatherings. I remember her beautiful smile and the twinkle in her eyes. I can’t begin to imagine how your hearts are hurting right now, but I pray that you will find comfort in the good memories you have of your time with Pam.
With deep sympathy, Kim
Gary Cleland says
Dan, I am very sorry for your loss. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.
Tom Letendre says
Dan, Sandy and Matt,
I do share in the sympathy of your loss at this time.
I was the uncle who baby sat for many of my nieces and nephews when called upon.
Pam was a very special person and you were fortunate to have her for your wife and mother.
Keep her in your heart, be strong and look forward.
My very best wishes,
Claire Formwalt says
Dan, Matt, and Sandy,
My heart feels your loss. I have loving memories of Pam as a special niece. Know you are all in deepest sympathy. Claire
Dan, I am so sorry to hear about Pam. It will be hard having been with someone for 39 years. Know that you and your family are in Br idgette’s and my prayers.