of Damascus, AR
February 16, 1964 - May 16, 2023
WELL PEOPLEHow do you put into words a life cut so short? Pam was fierce, with a heart of gold. She loved her small family with every ounce of her being. She cherished every friendship and would easily give the shirt off her back to anyone in need. Her bold outspoken personality drew others towards her, while her laugh could light up the room. Her most precious joy in life was her grandchildren, Brayden and Abby. Being a part of their daily lives and having the opportunity to cheer them on from the sidelines of every game was the highlight of her days. More often than not, she could be found in the bleachers or behind home plate at South Side cheering on the teams. Teachers, parents, players and coaches adored her relentless, unyielding support. She touched many lives. Whether you were a close family member, lucky to have been a friend, got to sit in the stands with her, fortunate enough to have had her as a caregiver, being called an Ole' Hussy, or happened to purchase one of her beautiful floral arrangements, you know what at amazing soul she was. She will be remembered and missed by many! Preceded in death by her father, Johnny Stevenson. Survived by her son, Brandon Berger; daughter-in-law, Nikki Berger; grandchildren, Brayden and Abby Berger; her mother, Carol Martinez and Stepfather, Charles Martinez and her four siblings, Kevin Stevenson, Regina Gardner, Dustin Martinez and Tanya Martinez.A visitation will be held on Monday, May 22, 2023 at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home in Greenbrier, Arkansas from 5-7:00pm. On Tuesday, May 23, 2023 there will be a graveside service for Pam at Holland Cemetery, Gravesville, Arkansas.
Pam I am still thinking of you and miss you so much.
Pam I am still missing you. I still look for all those pictures you sent me.Keeping me informed what going on.Love you always and forever in my heart.
So sorry about Pam. Carol you know your a great friend and God will wrap His love around you all. Bless all the family. Love Dorothy
Pam and I spent several years together standing behind the fence by 1st base as the boys (now grown men) played baseball. We were blessed to see our granddaughters play softball on the same team on that same field. Pam was my friend.
Pam I will never forget all the times we had. Life will never be the same without you in it.Always saying well people and always keeping me informed of what is going on.Love you Pam and forever in my heart.
Pam, I wanted to call you today! We didnâ€™t talk every day but we didnt go very long without talking. I will miss those shoulders to cry on! Tell mom and Neder I said hi and I miss them. I can see you in heaven trying to teach Jesus the two step and having the angels line dancing in no time. I will cherish each and every memory we haveâ™¥ï¸â™¥ï¸keep watch over us till we see you again I LOVE YOU
Pam, this is a shock to me I was praying I would see you back home and doing fine, but God needs you more. I ask your Uncle about you all the timeâ€¦.I remember the visit we had the last time I seen you, you were so full of life and I always loved that about youâ€¦ you were always like family to me like a niece , I will always love you Pam. Nk. Carol Sue, Im so sorry.. I canâ€™t imagine the pain., praying for you and family.
We are so sorry for your loss. Pam was such a great woman! Iâ€™ll never forget hearing her yelling, cheering, for the babies at the ball games! We will keep you in our prayers and send all our love to you all!
Dear Family Iâ€™m so very sorry to hear this. She was a very sweet lady. Yâ€™all are in my thoughts and prayers.Love and Prayers Lesâ™¥ï¸â™¥ï¸ðŸ™ðŸ»ðŸ™ðŸ»
Pam, our entire family will miss you dearly. Both of our girls adored you as did we. We always looked forward to seeing you at ballgames to cheer on the girls! We love you and rejoice knowing we will see you again one day soon. Brandon, Nikki, and FamilyWe are praying for you all everyday. If you need anything at all, please reach out.
Pam was fierce and funny. She will be missed.
Brandon & family,Praying for all of you. Pam was a special lady.
Prayers to the family.
Rest In Peace Aunt Pam Brandon Iâ€™m sending my love and prayers to you and your babies!!
Will miss you dear cuz! Until we meet in heaven. Love Sheila
Rest in peace Pam.. Didn't get to see you much recently, but I always followed you on Facebook and got to see all the beautiful arrangements you made..some of which are on my husband Les' grave, my mother's, my mother in law and father in law's graves..Thank you for being a friend..See you later..With love and peace.. Mary
Pam, I loved you so much and I will miss you at the ballgames. Youâ€™ve been my niece for 51 years and I canâ€™t believe youâ€™re gone. You were so talented with making flower arrangements and you just finished making my mom a beautiful arrangement for her tombstone. You were beautiful and you were silly crazy. I will always remember you and what a big part you played in my life. Love you always
Brandon, I am so sorry for your loss of your mother. Pam was an amazing woman we go way back. I have loved her for a long time. You and those grandchildren were her life. She will be missed by so many people especially at the ball games here in her yelling and cheering. Shoot, she even yelled at our children. Last night I wished I had a recording of her at a ball game. Cherish your memories. Prayers for you and the grandchildren
Pam was a sweet lady miss her at Southside ballgames family is in our prayers
So saddened about Pam, prayers for Brandon Nikki and those precious grand babies she lived for.