Pamela Sue Mitchell

Pamela Mitchell Obituary PhotoPamela Sue Mitchell, 71, of Branson, MO, formerly of Omaha, NE, February 24, 1949 - July 24, 2020.

Pamela Sue Mitchell, age 71, of Branson, Missouri, passed away July 24, 2020, in Springfield, Missouri. She entered this life February 24, 1949, in Omaha, Nebraska, the daughter of Edward and Marian (Lee) Williams. Her father and a nephew, Jonathon Williams have preceded her in death. Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of Cremations of the Ozarks.

A graduate of Parkview High School in Springfield, Missouri, Pam was a baton twirler and in the band. As a military wife, Pam lived in different parts of the country and ultimately settled in California for nearly 20 years. In California Pam worked as a nurse and ran a business with her husband, Robert Mitchell. Upon returning to Missouri, Pam worked at the American Red Cross Blood Bank of the Ozark Region, where she worked until her retirement. For fun, Pam traveled to many areas in the world and throughout most of the United States. Pam also loved to be active at the beach, lakes, amusement parks, and was always on the go. Pam loved to shop, decorate her home, work in her garden, cook, and care for her pets. Pam gave generously to friends, family, and charitable organizations and was a fun-loving person with a wonderful laugh who will be greatly missed.    

Pam is survived by her mother, Marian Williams of Springfield, Missouri; two daughters: Melanie Ackerman of Costa Mesa, California, and Amanda (Daren) Whitman of Springfield, Missouri; seven grandchildren: Sydney Ackerman, Rylee Ackerman, Mallary Ackerman, Wyatt Ackerman, Mitchell Whitman, Broderick Whitman, and Virginia Whitman; two brothers: Randy (Nancy) Williams of Hemet, California, and Gary (Marlene) Williams of Springfield, Missouri; sister, Patti (Michael) Melton of Willard, Missouri; and several nieces and nephews.

A private celebration of life is being planned for a later time. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (www.stjude.org) or Shriners Hospitals for Children (www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org). To leave an online condolence, please visit www.cremationsoftheozarks.com.  

Published on OzarksRemembers.com on July 31, 2020.