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Pamela Jean Hoeper


Pamela Jean Hoeper, a.k.a. Pam, Bunny, Mom, and most importantly, Mimi, died peacefully on September 6, 2023. Pam was in her home and surrounded by loved ones.

“Our Pam” was a Jack of all Trades. She was your Union Steward, Registered Nurse, Postal Carrier, soccer Mom, softball extraordinaire, outstanding compassionate friend and the greatest Mimi to 4 beautiful boys. She started her days early at the Postal Service in Moline, retiring, and then heading south and becoming a Nurse. She always had a strong will for education and made a decision that she and her girls would continue on the same path.

Pam earned her BSN from Jacksonville University and retired from Baptist Medical Center. She practiced as a Registered Nurse, and instructor as well. She kept her home and pool open for family and friends! Her grandsons learned how to swim in her pool, and her friends enjoyed the weekend get togethers! She always wanted to make sure her grandchildren could have the best experience and go to college. And she did her best during her time here on Earth.

Pam was one of a kind. And we will all miss her immensely. She was the best! She was Incredibly intelligent and passionate about all that she loved. And she always had the best parties!

She is preceded in death by Reynold and Miriam Hoagland, Carolyn, “Toots” Westin.

She leaves behind her mother (Donna Poston), father (Bob Head), brother (Bill Head), children, and grandsons Jessica (Vann), Jacquelyn (Dominic, Dempsey & Dawson), nephew (Brandon Head), niece (Mackenzie Head (Tim), and special friends (Justin Watters), (Lori and Jeff Roudebush) (Rebecca Bond) and so many other loved ones.

Celebrations will be held in both Florida and Illinois. In Florida-please join us for a celebration of life: Pam’s Home—Saturday, Sept. 16th—3pm to 6pm-84354 Saint Paul Blvd Yulee, FL 32097 In Illinois the date and time is still to be determined. All of our love. Xoxo

Rather than flowers, please make donations for the grandsons’ education fund which is to be established.


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