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Pamela Y. Harper

September 14, 2019

Pamela Y. Harper, 59, died on September 14, 2019 at her residence in Newton, Kansas. 

Pamela was born on September 30, 1959 to Hosey and Otha (Brown) Harper in Arkansas City, Kansas. 

Pamela was very involved in sports in high school, she played baseball, basketball and volleyball. She graduated from Ark City High School. She worked several jobs, the last was assisted living for the disabled. She loved to sing and do crossword puzzles.  

Pamela is survived by her brothers: Hosey and Phillip Harper; sisters: Diana Johnson; Vicki Brown and several nieces and nephews. 

She was preceded in death by her mother and father; brothers: Randy; Kevin; Merle; Raymond and Sister Candace. 

The family has chosen cremation and a Memorial Service will be held October 3, 2019, 11:00 a.m. at All Nations Church, 225 W. 7th, Newton, KS. 67114. 

Memorial donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 608 W. Douglas Ave., Wichita, Kansas 67208 in care of the funeral home.  Petersenfamilyfuneralhome.com.

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14 thoughts on “Pamela Y. Harper

  1. Played a lot of basketball and softball with Pam. Sorry to hear this. Prayers for comfort for the family during this difficult time

  2. I have great memories of playing basketball with Pam and Candy in high school at Ark City! My thoughts and prayers for her family!

  3. So sorry to hear of her passing. Many memories from school of her. I remember she always had a big smile and I loved her laugh.

  4. To all the family J send my Condolences. To Diana Johnson my prayers and love goes out to you may god be with you always.

  5. Prayers to the Family, Pam You will be Missed with Your Crazy Self! But You Brought a lot of Fun & Happiness to Many People. My Friend until we Meet at The Gates of Heaven R.I.P.

  6. Prayers go to the Harper family, May the Lord comfort you at this difficult time. Rest in Heaven Pam.

  7. I took care of Pam at PACE and became very good friends with her. We had many good times and giggling sessions!! Ill forever miss her laugh and smile. Pam had such big heart and will be greatly missed.
    Love and miss you friend 💕

  8. Her life taught me an interesting lesson. Everyone says when your fighting, you gotta duck, dip and dodge punches. I’ve had one black eye my entire life, special delivery from Aunt Pam(we was supposed to be SLAP boxing) left hook caught my right eye. I said,” aunt pammy you hit me”! She stated with uh giggle “you posed to dodge dip and duck not duck dip and dodge” also taught myself and a few cousins some pretty neat songs she sang as a kid. The my momma yo momma song! If you know it sing it! If not ask someone who does! It by far was her favorite! And I’ve taught it to my children against my wife’s better thoughts lol. But this way every generation will remember her heart spirit and mind and soul! One of the most unique people a person could meet or be related to! I love you aunt pammy and I will always cherish your memories!

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