Pamela Sue “Pam” Sisson

January 27, 1961 ‒ June 17, 2021

Marion, Ohio

Pamela Sue “Pam” Sisson, age 60, of Marion, passed away Thursday, June 17, 2021, at the Presidential Center in Marion.

On January 27, 1961, Pam was born in Marion, Ohio, a daughter of Barbara A. (Christian) Sisson and the late Carl A. Sisson.  She graduated from Marion Harding High School in the Class of 1979.

Pam worked in different factories throughout her life with the last one being Whirlpool in Marion.

Pam loved gambling.  She enjoyed going to the casino and scratch off lottery tickets.  She liked playing slots and Solitaire on the computer and going to Bingo.

Pam knew her way around the kitchen and loved making meals for her family, especially around the holidays.  She made the best homemade noodles.  There were always leftovers because she usually made enough food for the entire neighborhood.  She enjoyed spending time in the kitchen with others, teaching them how to cook and bake.  If you came to her home, you were not allowed to leave until you had something to eat.

Pam enjoyed being outdoors traveling, camping, canoeing and hiking.  She liked watching Bones, Law and Order and CSI.  She loved to dance, sing, and listen to her favorite artist, Elvis.

Pam will be remembered as a woman who was full of life, and usually the life of the party.  She loved to laugh and take care of people.  She always wore her heart on her sleeve.

Pam will be dearly missed by her four children: Matthew Sisson, Bradley (Linda) Sisson Sr., Julie Throckmorton, Robert Sisson, all of Marion; seven grandchildren: Bradley Sisson Jr., Braxton Sisson, Zoey Marie Sisson, Matthew Sisson Jr., Calvary “C.J.” Wilson, Kimberly Price and William Price; her mother, Barbara, of Marion; and three siblings: Carl (Cindy) Sisson Jr. of New Bloomington, David (Karen) Sisson of Marion, and Connie (Keith) Sisson-Seckel of Marion.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Marion are honored to have been chosen to serve Pam’s family, and your special memories or condolences may be shared with them by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • Connie ~ we are so sorry for your family’s loss. Thinking of you, hugs & prayers

  • Pam was an amazing woman. I have so many memories with her, but my favorite memories are when her son Matt and I went to a casino with her and the day she taught my daughters how to use a mixer. She will always be loved and missed

    • This is Richard Mahon Pam’s brother and I would like to say that I will miss my sister dearly and that she was my #1 and my best friend. I am a little upset that I wasn’t told when her service was but I understand. Rest In Peace I will see you soon. Love you always and forever.

  • I luv N Miss u so much Aunt Pam N wish I cud of seen u one last time to say that I luv u so much N that u will always be in my memories.. I will see u again when my time comes.. RIP Aunt Pam u will be missed dearly.. Luv u always N forever..

    • Do me a favor N tell my mom that I luv N Miss her like crazy N that I will see her again someday..

  • Pammy I Love you, and I will Keep my Promise to you. You have Always been So Close to me, I will be Sure to keep your Memory Alive,as I will Carry you in my heart Always. Prepare the Angels with a message of love from me. It saddens me to even Think you’re Gone, but I am Glad you are No longer Suffering. Love Always, Brother Sean Faggs

  • I remember the first time I met momma pam she was sitting in her chair playing her game on her phone. I remember when mom n I would sit and talk late at night just to have us time. You will be missed and remembered. I love you momma p.