Pamela Ann Henkelman
(1958 - 2004)

Pamela Ann Henkelman
Nickname: Pam

Wisconsin, United States of America
February 27, 1958

Wisconsin, United States of America
February 24, 2004

cats, gardening, dragons, harleys, fishing, movies
This site is dedicated to Pamela Henkelman. She was raised in Wausau, Wisconsin by her parents, Clarence and Janice Henkelman. Pam had three brothers, Wally, Lenny, and Larry. She never married, and had one daughter, Kim. She also had two grandchildren, Isis and Collyn.

Pam was a very kind, open-minded person who would have done anything for those she cared about. She loved animals, and adopted anything that came wandering through her yard. She even bought her cats their own happy meals! She was also a terrific mother and grandmother who didn't always have the greatest daughter-but she still never gave up on her....

By the time throat cancer was diagnosed in October of 2003, it had already spread to her stomach and intestines. There was nothing that could be done. She passed away in February of 2004 in the hospice house in Wausau.

Even though she is gone, Pam's memory will forever be in the hearts of those who knew her.

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Kim the few times that I met your mom, she was wonderful. Thank you for making a site dedicated to her and her life. You had a good mom.
Danielle Hunter
June 23rd, 2009
This is the memorial I set up for Pamela Henkelman. To add your own comment, click on the "Add Comment" button below.
Kim Hunter
June 23rd, 2009
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"I will never forget you mom. You were my best friend and I'll always try to be the mother you were to me with my kids."
Kim Hunter
June 23rd, 2009


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