Pamela Ann Harrison, age 59, passed away peacefully in her sleep at her home on March 25th. Born March 24, 1963, in Columbus, Ohio, she is preceded by her parents Mary Marie and Edwin Harrison and her brother, Michael.
Pam was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend to so many, but of all these things, she was most proud of her role as “Maw Maw.”
Pam was a caring woman who spent most of her life thinking about others. She gave selflessly of her love, time, and energy to her entire family. Pam was one of the most generous people the world has ever known. In her passing, she left behind no earthly possessions because she gave all she had while she was here.
Pam saw the world through the eyes of a child, appreciating things that many of us take for granted. She lived every day to its fullest and found pleasure in the simplest of things. She was full of wonder with no sense of direction (literally). Unless of course, she was headed to the local thrift store or Kohl’s, for which she always seemed to find her way.
Through her example, Pam taught us how to love, forgive, give selflessly, and to never take anything for granted. She was a resilient woman who persevered through many challenges in life, but who never lived with any regrets.
Pam was a woman of tremendous faith who loved the Lord with all her heart, and there is no doubt she is in heaven with her Jesus watching over her family.
She has touched the lives of so many with her unconditional love, generosity, and kindness, and she will be forever missed. This world is a better place because she lived.
Pam is survived by her life partner Scott Johnson, son, Frankie (Maggie), her daughter Loreal, her grandchildren Lizabeth, Rylan, and Cason, her sister, Glenna (Kelly), her brothers Terry, Ted (Chris), Greg, Robin (Bernie), and Randy, many nieces and nephews and numerous other loved ones.
A celebration of life ceremony will be held on April 15th at the Old Blue Rooster in Lithopolis to honor Pam’s life and share the many good memories she left behind in ours.
In lieu of flowers, please do something kind for someone else in Pam’s memory. That’s what she would have wanted.
“Let all that you do be done in love.”
1 Corinthians 16:14