It has been many years, but I remember Pam and her parties at the river camp. She always had style. Pam was fun and seems she had a good life that she has left too soon. Kimberly LaMar Weisner
We had many good times with Pam at the Owls Club. She was one of the kindest people and made us feel so welcome. She will be greatly missed. Our condolences go out to all her family and friends.
Pam was a unique person who will never be forgotten. She was such a beautiful soul and always did the right thing by people. I worked with her for many years and they do not make a better person than Pam. Fly high sweet friend. You deserve only the best.
Clyde and Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Peace and comfort during this very hard time.
Pamela (Pam) L. (Maddox) Beckham, 73, passed away on October 18, 2021. She was born in Evansville, Indiana on April 20, 1948, to William D. Maddox and Jaqueline Jennings.
Pam retired from Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield after 50 years of service. She was the heart and glue of her family; always a protector and problem solver- a hero with a halo instead of a cape. She was a friend to many and always had a smile that would light up the room. She loved to dance, attend her grandchildren’s’ sporting events, work the daily newspaper crossword puzzle, play Clabber, and loved to give to others. Her grandchildren will always remember “Nanny” singing “I love you a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck”. She will be dearly missed.
Pam is survived by her husband of 55 years, Clyde Beckham; her sons, Terry Lee Beckham and Jeffrey Allen Beckham; 7 grandchildren, Alea , Justin, Dustin, Lily, Jasmin, Hunter, and Haleigh; her brother, Ricky Maddox; her aunt, Eloise Jennings; nephew, Mickey Maddox; nieces, Kerri Jo (Henry) Kares and Amanda Maddox; her cousins, Cindy Cook, Madelyn Hall, Teresa (Patrick) Rocco, Elizabeth (Tim) Harris, Debra Endress, Ron (Yoli) Jennings, Victor (Pam) Jennings, and Treva (Haydn) Kramer; many more extended family members; and two very close friends and co-workers, Cheryl McKissic and Zane Skiles.
Pam is preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Donald and Terri Maddox (sister-in-law), Uncle Ronald Jennings, Janet Maddox (Ricky) and two cousins, Mark Jennings and Tony Wintenheimer.
Sunset Funeral Home will be holding a Celebration of Life service in Pam’s honor on Monday, October 25, 2021. Visitation time will be from 1:00pm until 4:00pm with the service to begin at 4:00pm. Services at graveside will be private.
The family requests that anyone attending to be wearing a mask and practice social distancing.
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