Pamela Sue Wesner

October 7, 1949 - April 7, 2022

10/07/1949 - 04/07/2022

Past Services

Service
Saturday April 16, 2022
10:00 am
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Chesapeake Chapel
929 Battlefield Blvd S
Chesapeake, VA 23322
(757) 482-3311 | Directions

Pamela Sue Wesner, a woman loved by many and all who met her, unexpectedly passed away April 7th, 2022, at the age of 72 in Norfolk Virginia. Her savior Jesus decided it was time to meet such an incredible lady.
Pam was born on October 7th, 1949, in the small town of Lexington, North Carolina. She is survived by her two siblings Jimi Lynn and Branson Harrison, her son Robert Wesner, her grandson Stephen Wesner, and her great grandson Kamen Wesner, and preceded in the hereafter by her parents and her sister, Theresa Christopher.  She was raised by her incredible parents James and Elizabeth Harrison. They lived a very humble, yet eventful life living in North Carolina all the way to Canada for some time. Pam spent a little time in the Marine Corps until she became pregnant with her only son to whom she was a devoted mother. After the Marine Corps she worked at General Electric, Dominion Power, and spent many years as a proud civil servant to the naval corps.
Pam was a devoted mother that would do anything for her son. She was a serial shag “dancer”, with the “Boogie by the Bay” Shag Club, and lover of all penny slot machines where she and her best friend Ginny spent more money than I’m sure they’d like to admit together. She loved to ski (although she possessed no talent in that arena) and to travel any chance she was able. She could also pick a guitar quite well. Pam was always full of laughter and could make a good time anywhere she went. She and her sister loved to stay up late sharing stories, belly laughing so loudly it would keep their father awake with joy. One of her most memorable trips was to Hawaii where she would say that she had the time of her life with some of the best friends in her life. Among all these things, Pam was an extremely devoted grandmother and great grandmother. The last 2 years of her life she dedicated spending all the moments she could with her great grandson Kamen Wesner. Words can’t describe the peace and happiness that passed between Pam and her grandson. Pam was an amazing person to look up to and to be inspired by. She will be deeply missed by her friends, family, and all who knew her.

A funeral service is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. on April 16th at the Altmeyer Funeral Home on 929 South Battlefield Blvd, Chesapeake, Va, 23322.
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Renee Allen
1 month ago

Pam I will never forget how you always had the most biggest smile when we would talk about Stephen & Kamen. I know they we’re your world. You will be terribly missed