Pamela Suzanne Fahey, 66, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, passed away December 30, 2020, at home surrounded by family and friends.
She was born May 16, 1954 in Oklahoma City where she lived until 1991 when she moved to Fort Worth, Texas. Her adventures continued with moves to Colorado, Virginia, and Ohio, finally moving back to Oklahoma City in 2003.
She graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration and she continued to be a faithful OU fan until the day she passed.
Pamela is survived by her loving spouse of 29 years, Henry Fahey, her three adult children and their spouses, Shane and Lori Travis, Chase and Amy McCubbin (Cruz), and Kris and Suzy Kleiner. She also had ten grandchildren, a granddaughter-in-law, and two great-grandbabies. Pamela was preceded in death by her son Jeffrey Winton, and she was so happy to be able to meet with him again soon.
Words cannot do justice in explaining what Pamela was to everyone who knew her. She was motivational, inspirational, loving, giving, creative, fun, and certainly adventurous. She has been a part of a few network marketing companies over the years and has developed more relationships than most ever would because of her charismatic personality and captivating storytelling. Through these businesses she earned multiple vehicles, won amazing trips, and most importantly to her, changed people’s lives. On one of these business trips, she met the love of her life, Henry Fahey. They were inseparable then and they will continue to be together for time and all eternity due to being sealed in the temple at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Faith in Christ was incredibly important to Pamela and at the time of her passing, friends and family sang “I Am a Child of God,” one of her favorite songs since she was a little girl. She also enjoyed traveling, spending time in Aruba, Australia, Belize, Mexico, Puerto Rico, England, France, Spain, and Monaco. Pamela had such a zest for life as is apparent in most of her pictures. She will be greatly missed.
Pamela’s memorial service will be held at 3pm Thursday, January 7th, at the John Ireland Funeral Home for limited visitors due to COVID restrictions. A livestream of the funeral will be published on John Ireland’s website under the obituary section.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the GoFundMe to help Pamela’s grandson Cole to get a working dog. https://www.gofundme.com/help-cole-get-a-working-dog-in-pamela-faheys-honor
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