Date of Death: May 20, 2019
Humenik Funeral Chapel
14200 Snow Road
Brook Park, OH 44142
216-265-8700 | Map
Wednesday 5/22, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Humenik Funeral Chapel
14200 Snow Road
Brook Park, OH 44142
216-265-8700 | Map
Wednesday 5/22, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Abram Creek Baptist Church
Thursday 5/23, 10:30 am
Holy Cross Cemetery
14609 Brookpark Road
Brook Park, OH 44142
Thursday 5/23

PAMELA “PAM” KAY DRAPCHO (nee Caudill) age 60 of Brook Park, passed away peacefully May 20, 2019 while surrounded by family. Pam is survived in life by George, her beloved husband of 39 years. Loving mother of Sarah (James) Fischer and Julie (Ian Morales). Cherished grandmother of Owen, Cooper, Patrick, Riley, Raegan, and Mason. DearContinue Reading

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Teresa Sams left a message on May 23, 2019:
In memory of PAMELA “PAM” DRAPCHO, Teresa Sams lit a candle
Teresa Sams left a message on May 23, 2019:
Pam you was a beautiful person inside and out. I’m an so blessed to have had you as a cousin for all these years. I will miss you but you are free of pain and no hurting anymore. We will miss you at the reunion but you are having a better reunion in heaven Love you
Patty Collins left a message on May 23, 2019:
So sorry to hear this about Pam. We were friends in school and she was always fun to hang out with. Was hoping to see her when I came home. Will miss you Pam. Prayers for your family!
Karen Zupancic left a message on May 22, 2019:
Dear George, Sara, and Julie, and extended family, I am so sorry for your loss and shocked to hear this news. My deepest sympathies go out to you at this time of loss. May Pam be at peace and out of the pain. Karen, Eddie, and Darryn
Carrie Lewis left a message on May 22, 2019:
Sorry to hear of Pam’s passing. I worked with her at Southwest Urgicare. She was a warm loving person. May God hold you at this time. Eternity has her now.
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Kathleen Elster Wilson left a message on May 22, 2019:
May you rest in peace dear friend. I miss hearing you laugh and your smile. God bless.
Dennis and Norma caudill left a message on May 22, 2019:
George and family, so sorry for your loss. Heaven has gained another that we will meet again soon. Rest in peace Pam until we meet again. Father please give peace and comfort to Pam's family. Amen.
Terri Lombardo left a message on May 21, 2019:
Pam I love you so much I am going to miss our long talks and making each other laugh. I know Jesus was there to hold you when you put your arms up and took your last breath. I never had a sister we just had each other. We did everything together. And to watch you grow and be a awesome wife and mother making sure you taught them they was special to the world and was very much loved. Her house was always a welcome place she would stop doing everything she was doing sit down with coffee want to get caught up. Love you and I’m going miss you so much love Terri
Eileen & Dennis Fischer left a message on May 21, 2019:
Rest in peace Pam, you are free from all the pain and suffering. Watch over us still on our journey until we meet again.
Kathy Thomas left a message on May 21, 2019:
Dear George, Sarah, and Julie, I'm so sorry for all of you!! I know i haven't seen Pam in years but i do have beautiful memories of her and what a wonderful friend she was to me!! She loved my daughter Torey and she would beg me to let her stay over, and i always gave in. For a long time Torey spent more time at Sarah's house then at home. I never worried, Pam and George were great parents!! Yes Kim was the fun mom but she also had a serious side to her. She was my savior many times. If i was sad, she always made me laugh!! I feel so sad that we drifted apart. I should have been a better friend dear Pam, I'm so sorry!! Rest peacefully my friend!! Kathy and Jack Thomas
Casey left a message on May 21, 2019:
Please say a prayer for my best friend and her family. I know many of my family knew her so I wanted to share. ?Pam was such a big part of childhood. When my mom had cancer the first time, Pam took me in. Gave me the love and attention I needed and couldn't always get from my own mom because she was so sick. Pam was the cool mom, she walked around with her Bitch coffee mug (which I thought was the best and most hilarious thing ever) she gave all the close friends nicknames, had the craziest sleepovers, and danced her ass off with us girls. She taught us how to do the elvis lip and swing our hips. Car rides were always loud and full of songs. Julie and I would pretend to drive stick in the backseat.. anytime she shifted gears we followed and I remember thinking she was such a badass bc she knew how to drive a stick.. and I wanted to be just like her. She knew how to make me chill out and just have fun. She pushed me to just go with the flow. Pam was the mom that danced on the tables with us to friends in low places and did our hair in beautiful ways. My mom alwsys trusted pam with everything from being a safe home for me to hide at to the beautiful updos Pam did for her. I lost touch with Pam and family for many years until one incredible football season where we reconnected. I would take photos of her grandson and share them with her, and she loved each one. She even has one as her profile pic. She loved the football videos too, she loved her family with her whole heart and even had enough love to give to love me. She told me and my family every every chance she got that she loved us. Her heart was big and I will miss her very much. I love you Pam ♡ your Case Dude
Barb Fencsik left a message on May 21, 2019:
I was shocked and so sorry to hear about my dear BPM friend. May she Rest In Peace and be pain free now! You will be certainly be missed by many!! It is way too soon for such a vibrant person! Love and will miss you! My best to George, Sarah and Julie, besides all the grandkids!
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