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Pam Lynn Cullum
May 3, 1971 ~ June 16, 2023 (age 52) 52 Years Old
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Pam Cullum, 52, passed away early Friday morning, June 16th, 2023, due to a rare condition called Calciphylaxis. Pam was born in Kansas City, Missouri and grew up in Independence, Missouri. Pam moved to Shirley, Arkansas in her early twenties with her 5-year-old son, Tyler Cullum who preceded her in death in 2017.
Pam is survived by her daughter, Megan Cullum of Clinton, Arkansas and Cody Decker of Shirley, Arkansas, Megan’s fiancé. She was also preceded in death by six days by her father Art Owsley. Linda Owsley, Pam’s mother, currently resides in Fairfield Bay, Arkansas and is survived by one sister, Emily Sappingfield of Olathe, Kansas.
Pam had many friends and touched many lives wherever she went. She was a wonderful Mother, Daughter, Sister, Aunt, Niece, Cousin and if you were lucky to call her a best friend, you knew what true friendship was like having. Pam was an adventurous child growing up on acreage in Independence. Riding horses, hunting grasshoppers and crawdads, lover of all animals big or small. She barrel raced horses as a young teen and won several ribbons and she enjoyed showing her Shetland Pony, Beauty.
As an adult she touched many lives through her work at IRV and her community. To this day, you never knew what she would do at any given moment or what comical thing she would casually say. She is also survived by her Great Dane, Duke, who will miss her fiercely, and her cats: Jemma, Pip and Ollie.
One of Pam’s greatest accomplishments was raising two superb humans; she was so incredibly proud of Tyler and Megan. Please keep her family in your prayers and an awareness of autoimmune diseases that plague Americans. There are approximately 100 types of autoimmune diseases with over 50 million Americans having them and nearly 75% of them are women.
A celebration of life for Pam will be held at the Shirley Community Center, Saturday June 24th at 6:00 PM.