Pamela Jeanne Burr was born to Aaron M. Caffee, Sr. and Olive L. (Baker) Caffee on October 19, 1943. Pamela also had a brother, Aaron M. Caffee, Jr., who preceded her in death. They resided in Akron, Ohio, both Pamela and Mark attended St. Vincent Elementary and graduated from St. Vincent High school. Pamela was a Majorette for St. Vincent High School and Mark played basketball. She was close with her brother and father.
Pamela’s mother, Olive Caffee passed from pancreatic cancer. Olive was a singer and pianist. Pamela could play the piano and spoke French.
Pamela aka Pam was employed at Akron City Hospital for 25 years. Her past time was shopping, going to Las Vegas, camping, and RVing. She was a very dainty woman. She loved to decorate for the Holidays and cooking so we all could eat as a family.
She enjoyed life to the fullest. She loved the time spent with her daughters, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Pam was married twice, Clarence R. Burr Jr. was her first husband and they had 2 daughters, Kimberly and Stephanie. Her second husband was Clyde Dampeer. Both preceded her in death.
Pam and Clarence rekindled their relationship again and she relocated to California with him. She was employed with St. Francis Medical Hospital where she retired from.
Pam is survived by children, Stephanie R. Burr of Moreno Valley, CA and Kimberly L. Canfora of Akron, Oh; favorite nephew, Michael (Stephanie) Jones of New York; stepdaughters, Allison Clark of Rockville, MD and Lydia Rucker of Akron, Oh; grandchildren, Laticha J. (Lamar) Stevenson of Moreno Valley, CA; Camisee C. Burr of Moreno Valley, CA, Aaron M. Burr of Las Angeles, CA, Nicole Clark of Silver Springs, MD, Erica (Sylvester) Tarence of Hartford, CT and Cordell Wright of Las Angeles, CA; great-grandchildren, Diamond Knox, Jayla Fields, Marleigh Woods, Kyleigh Woods, Zoey Stevenson, Juranii Burr, Aa’riyel Burr, Sylvester (Trey) Turner III and Erickson Turner; close cousin, Michelle Rollins; best friend, Maxine Thompson and a host of other family and friends.