November 1, 1948 - December 16, 2020
When thinking of a word to describe Pam all we can think of is love. She passionately loved her husband of 49 years, Don Daniel. They had a wonderful God-centered marriage. She took excellent care of him throughout their marriage and they enjoyed spending time together whether they were vacationing, working, playing on the lake, or just sitting home watching tv. She loved her daughter, Tara Buchanan, with her whole heart. They were best friends and always shared a close relationship. She loved her son-in-law, Danny Buchanan. He was like the son she never had and they had fun teasing each other. Pam loved her grandchildren, Blake, Cole, and Lauren Buchanan. They were the light of her life! She was always involved with them and rarely missed an event. She was at hundreds of baseball games, basketball games, football games and cheer competitions and she planned months ahead to make their birthdays and holidays special. She was so proud of each of them. Pam also loved her sisters Becky (Keith) Johns and Sandy (Greg) Blake. They were fortunate to remain close as adults and often got together and enjoyed playing games or just talking. Pam loved her sister-in-law, Diane (Jeff) Moody. They’ve had a lifelong friendship that preceded becoming family. Diane actually introduced Pam and Don. We will always be grateful for that! Pam’s nephew Colton (Kelly) Blake and her great nephew Brooks were the highlight of her life during the last several months. Pam loved her friends. She loved spending time with them and talking to them. She was very kind and compassionate and was always preparing meals for those who were sick or in need. Pam loved her parents and was preceded in death by her father Lionel McIntosh in 2005 and Jean McIntosh in 2020. We know that they are rejoicing in heaven at their reunion. Most importantly Pam loved God and knew Jesus as her Lord and Savior. We can only imagine what it must be like for her to finally be in His presence!! We have faith that we too will celebrate with her in Heaven one day! Until then we love her and will miss her desperately!
When thinking of a word to describe Pam all we can think of is love. She passionately loved her husband of 49 years, Don Daniel. They had a wonderful God-centered marriage. She took excellent care of him throughout their marriage and they enjoyed... View Obituary & Service Information
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