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Pamela S. Smith, 60, of Overland Park, KS passed away on April 27, 2020 at her home. Mrs. Smith was born in Louisville, KY on October 3, 1959.
She was fortunate enough to work in a career she thoroughly enjoyed, dealing with all facets of commercial insurance throughout her entire career, most lately as a Customer Service Representative with AmeriTrust Group. She joyfully sang with the Kansas City Women’s Chorus, and was an avid fan of Disney World and all things Disney.
She is survived by her husband, Mark B. Smith; daughters, Dr. Stephanie N. Clark (Richey), Christina M. Smith; three grandchildren, Cooper Clark, Nolan Clark, and Hazel Clark; her mother JoAnn Wisner; and siblings Vicki Whittinghill, Jeff Wisner, and Sandra Brown (Michael).
Belinda Moore says
This news breaks my heart. Pam was my coworker and she was a joy to work with. Anytime I had a work comp question she was more than willing to help. I was so proud of her weight loss she was so determined and she did it..I was even more excited because she gave me all the clothes she could no longer fit..funny how we had the same sense of style. She was one in a million..I will cherish our laughs and never forget how she touched my life. Rest well my friend.
My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Brian Schnitta says
Pam is a patient that I had the pleasure of treating her for sometime. We grew to be great friends with a lot of laughs . Usually the doctor gives to the patient however I feel I was always the one to leave the room just with a bit more . I also watched her achieve great things with her singing and she was so proud to change her body and the smile is one
I will never forget. She touched my heart as a friend .
Nicholas Doebler says
My heart goes out to you and your family on the passing of your wife, mother and grandmother, know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
harold haeberlin says
As her uncle we didn’t see each other very much but I will always remember her smile and enjoying life. It always hurts to say goodbye but she also had a great welcome home bye her heavenly Father, dad and three brothers
Lillie Masden says
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Pam. I only met her once but she made an impression on me. She had a sweet sole and a great personality. The Lord has gained another angel and she will be greatly missed. My prayers go out to all who knew her.
EUGENE HAYOB says
One of the best people to work with at Ameritrust. She will be greatly missed.
Loretta Myers-Roberts says
I had the privilege of working with Pam, and having her as a friend , for 17 yrs. Her generosity and willingness to offer a hand to anyone needing it will not be forgotten.
Over the years we celebrated the birth of her grandchildren – she proudly would share photos of the little ones and stories of her daughters accomplishments.
Pam will be missed!!
Senora wilson says
I meet Pam twice each time it was with her mother and sisters. They all enjoyed one another very much I will cherish the memories I have. Pam was a kind and loving person. My prayers goes to her family
Sandra Brown says
I will never stop loving and missing my sister, your wife, mom and grandma. She got her wings way to early.
Beth Anderson says
I had the privilege of singing with Pam in the Kansas City Women’s Chorus. I remember the first time she came up to me she had the sweetest smile on her face and she made me laugh almost immediately. She always asked about my babies and she loved to talk about her own grandchildren.
I am so glad I was able to know her. I will miss her dearly.
Vicki Saviano says
Pam’s beautiful smile is a true reflection of her beautiful personality. She was a joy-filled member of our Kansas City Women’s Chorus and a friend to all of us. Our sorrow at her passing is equal to the sadness we feel that we cannot celebrate her life with you in person. Blessings and Prayers
Kate Banks says
Pam’s joy filled the hearts of everyone she met, and her smile was sunshine during a storm. Every one of her sisters in song with the KCWC is mourning the passing of our sister. We love you, Pam. One day we will all sing together again.
Judy Siegfried says
It was a always enjoyable singing with Pam in our Alto 1 section of Kansas City Women’s Chorus. With each session, she was so excited about our music, our performances, being the first to have all our music memorized before the rest of us. That continually amazed me and I imagine she had a photographic memory or amazing memorization skills. She was always kind, fun and thoughtful. We will miss her very much. Our hearts go out to Pam’s family and friends.
Pam was a joy to know, we both joined KCWC the same year and sang in the same section! RIP !
Losing Pam is heartbreaking! Her spirit,was so huyful.