Pamela Sue Kidd Magen, cherished mother, daughter, sister, aunt and friend, passed away from cancer on Sunday, February 24, 2013, at her home in Orlando, Florida, surrounded by her family who deeply loved her.
She courageously fought until the very end with everything she had so she could spend every possible moment with her treasured son, Hunter. Through it all, she never lost her amazing sense of humor, trying to help ease the pain and worry of those around her, always managing to put a smile on someone’s face.
Pam was born June 25, 1960 in Cleveland, to Harold and Corinne Kidd. She grew up in Ohio, graduating from Buckeye High School in 1977 then later relocating to Orlando, Florida where she obtained an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies at Southern College. Pam enjoyed a career as a Paralegal and Real Estate Agent. She attended the Northland Church in Orlando and loved spending time with family and friends, going to the beach, boating and fishing.
Pam had a loving and generous heart and was always giving to others. Family and friends were Pam’s passion and joy.
She leaves her loving memories to be cherished by her beloved son, Hunter Magen of Orlando, Florida; parents, Harold and Corrine Kidd; sister, Shirley (Terry) Naylor; brothers, William (Debbie) Kidd and Scott Kidd; loving nieces, Crystal Simpson, Heidi Wickerham, Sheri McGhee and Katie Kidd; nephews, Scottie Lee Kidd and Jason Gibbs; and great nieces and nephews. Pam also leaves behind dear friends, Heidi Hinkel and the Hinkel family of Florida, as well as, many wonderful friends in Orlando, all of whom were her extended Florida family for many years.
Pam is remembered in her hometown of Medina, with a private family service and a Memorial Tree dedicated to her in the Spring Grove Cemetery. Friends and family also gathered Oceanside for a Celebration of Pam in Florida on Saturday, March 23, 2013.
Memorial Contributions in memory of Pam may be made to the Hunter Magen Trust Fund c/o Heidi Hinkel, 20440 Sheldon Street, Orlando, FL 32833.
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