Pamela H. Williams

February 12, 1949 - November 21, 2009
Pamela H. Williams

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Pamela Hope Williams, 60, of Gerton died Saturday, November 21, 2009 from Progressive Supranuclear Palsy at Hendersonville Health and Rehabilitation.

Originally from Elburn, IL, she was the daughter of the late June and Benjamin Waskow.

She was a vibrant person and a wonderful mother of two before PSP took her.

Surviving are a daughter, Kelley J. Stefka, of Greenville, SC and a son, Kent D. Williams and wife, Lacey, of Charleston, SC; her best friend of 25 years, Linda Straughan; a sister, Penny Meyer of Big Rock, IL; and a brother, Craig Waskow and his wife, Patty. She had the chance to be a part of her only granddaughterís new life, Callie Hope Williams, of Charleston.

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  • November 22, 2009
    Meredith Bend says:
    Sorry for your loss. She will truely be missed. We know that she is not suffering anymore and she is in a better place. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We love you! let us know if we need to do anything until you get here. Love, Mer and Jeff

  • November 23, 2009
    Neal Mueller says:
    Dear Penny and Craig and family, I'm sorry to hear about Pam. My thoughts are with you at this sad time. Neal

  • November 24, 2009
    Sue and Jim Meyer says:
    Please accept our heartfelt condolences on your loss. Pam was a fun loving free spirit and she will be missed. May you all be consoled by your memories of the good times. Jim & Sue

  • November 29, 2009
    Jeff says:
    To the family of Pamela Williams, I would like to express my deepest sympathy for you loss. I know that your hearts must be heavy with grief right now and it is times like these were we can gain much comfort from the scriptures. At John 5:28, the Bible assures us of a wonderful hope: "Marvel not at this: for the hour is coming, in the which all that are in the graves shall hear his voice, And shall come forth". Here Jesus promises us that by means of the resurrection we will be reunited with our beloved family members who have fallen asleep in death. In fact, Christ says of himself at John 11:25, "I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live". When Jesus spoke these words, it was just before he demonstrated his power to raise the dead by bringing his friend Lazarus back to life. What love he showed in behalf of his friend and ultimately mankind. The Bible even speaks of the time when God will do away with man's "enemy" death forever. Isaiah 25:8 says: "He will swallow up death in victory; and the Lord God will wipe away tears from off all faces". How encouraging! Just think, the time will come when no one will feel the sting of death. Please reflect on these verses, think about them. It is my sincere hope that by doing so, you will find the peace of mind you need to cope during this difficult time.