Pamela Harvey (nee Gerdes)

Born: 02/20/1949 Passed:

Pamela Harvey 71, of Akron, Ohio passed away on August 13, 2020 due to complications of cancer. Pam worked for both General Electric and Venture Lighting in Twinsburg for many years as a skilled technician. She truly loved her family, which included her several dogs.  She enjoyed reading the daily paper, watching old movies, and historical documentaries.  In her earlier years, she enjoyed rooting for the Miami Dolphins, but later became a Browns fan.

Pam was preceded in death by her parents, Herbert and Barbara Gerdes and sister, Cindy Jo Cook.

She will be dearly missed by her daughter, Samantha Harvey; son, Matthew Harvey; sisters, Kim Gerdes and Vanessa (Craig) Jones; loving grandsons, Kurtis and Keith Holcomb; nephews, Jonathan Williams, Justin (Jamie) Booth, Eric Browne, and grandniece, Aubri.

Cremation has taken place and per Pam’s wishes, there will be no service or calling hours.  Special thanks to Alter Care in Hudson, for tending to Pam’s end of life care. Donations in Pam’s memory can be made to the Humane Society of Summit County, 7996 Darrow Rd., Twinsburg, OH  44087. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

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3 Tributes to Pamela Harvey (nee Gerdes)

  1. Marie cinalli says:

    Hope you find some comfort in knowing that others are thinking of you during this time of your loss. many great memories and talks we had! She was a kind woman with such wit and humor, even during difficult times. Our sympathy goes out to all her family. love, the Marie Grassia-Cinalli family

    • Anonymous says:

      Pam was like a second mom to me when I was younger and our families all lived near each other and growing up she always made us laugh and was such a wonderful friend to our family. We love you Pam, and will miss you dearly. Sending love and prayers to your loved ones during this difficult time.
      Love,
      Mallory Means (Grassia) and family.

  2. Matt Grassia says:

    Pam will be missed by many! When I was young, I remember my parents always meeting up with Pam and friends to enjoy each others company and share stories. I’m very sorry for the loss to the family, someday we will meet again!

    -Matt G

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