Our Beloved Friend
Pamela Denise Huckabee
December 5, 1958 -November 16, 2015
We met Pammy January 2010, and she became a Fairy Godmother April 8, 2011. Pam was considered to be a modern-day Mary Poppins! No matter the situation, Pam was always one step ahead of anything you would be getting ready to do, and would know what you were thinking before you were thinking it!
Pam was more than just a fellow planner, she was a true friend to all that met her. There was never a stranger around when she was in the room. With such an infectious smile and sparkling personality, Pam was the light in any room.
Pam was an elegant and classy lady, we knew just the way to honor her at each event!
If you have paid close attention, you may have noticed the subtle addition to our flowers. Since Pammy’s passing the pearl has been added to all of our inventory of flowers, we show off the pearl with great pride! We wear our flowers over our hearts, to carry our Pammy with us at every event, just as she would have wanted!
Have courage and be kind.
Where there is kindness there is goodness.
and where there is goodness there is magic.
Kind Words from Fairy Godmother Colleen at Pam’s Funeral
When Amy called me and told me the family would like me to say something today, my first thought was there is no way I can do this, my second thought was I was honored and I needed to gather up the courage to share with everyone what you all already know Pam was very special.
I first met Pam five years ago when I was starting my event company, called Fairy Godmother. She booked me to be her daughter, Amy’s, Fairy Godmother. I loved her from the day we first met. I let her hubby know we would love for Pam to work for us. A few weeks later Pam emailed me, we met for lunch and I hired her on the spot. Pam and I worked closely at every wedding I did from then on. She could read my mind. She was my Fairy Godmother Soul-Sister. We had so many great times together, so many laughs, sometimes laughing so hard we cried, oh the shenanigans I would get us into.
At first I was so mad at God for taking her from us but then I had to step back and thank God for sharing her with us.
I asked our team to send me a few words the best describe Pam.
- Heart of gold
- A true lady
- Wicked sense of humor
- True Friend
- Feisty (in a great way)
- The best wedding travel buddy
- Radiant, that smile could light up a room
- Beautiful soul
- Mary Poppins
- An angel
- She made you feel like you had been friends forever.
- You could always count on her no matter what
- Embodies the “Fairy Godmother” we all hope to be
If I can leave you with one thing that Pam taught me is to be kind, so when you leave here today be kind to the people around you in Pam’s honor.