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Pamela Denise (Beasley) Sullivent

July 20, 1962 ~ September 13, 2022 (age 60)

Obituary

Pamela Denise Beasley Sullivent, 60, of Harlem, Georgia, beloved wife of the late John Raymond Sullivent, peacefully entered into rest on September 13, 2022.

Pam was born on July 20, 1962 in Augusta, Georgia. She was a devoted wife, a wonderful mama (to her biological kids and her bus kids), “yaya” and “wubbie” to her grandchildren, a sister, and a best friend. Pam was known for loving Diet Coke, her yorkie Bob, and her school buses. She drove a bus for many years for North Harlem Elementary, Harlem Middle, and Harlem High. Mrs. Pam also had a large hand in creating Transport Worker’s Union 279. When she wasn’t driving her route, she was training. She took great pride in safely transporting many children to and from school for many years. Pam loved to do yard work on her riding lawnmower, she loved to fish, she loved to cook, and she loved to craft. She was also known to speak her mind. The world will never be the same without her giving spirit and kind heart. 

Pam is survived by her children: Jason Sullivent, Kimberly Cottingham, and Andrew Cottingham and his wife Heather; and her grandchildren whom she cherished deeply: Jayke, Josh, Canden, Weston, and Magnolia. She is also survived by her brother, Glenn Beasley and his wife Diane; her sister, Terry Beasley; and many nieces and nephews and extended family. Mrs. Pam is preceded in death by her husband, John Raymond Sullivent; her parents, Charles Beasley and Marian Toole Beasley; and her siblings, Connie Beasley and Chuck Beasley.

A gathering in celebration of Mrs. Pam’s and Mr. John’s lives will take place on Saturday, September 24th, 2022, at their favorite place: their home. Please contact their family for details. 

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