Pamela H. Hayes

Pamela H. Hayes, was born June 6, 1966 in Orlando, Florida to parents, Adolphus Henderson and Lillie Mae Wesley.

She attended the Orange County Public Schools and graduated from the historic Jones High School in Orlando, Florida. Pamela grew up in church, and from a very young age decided she would follow THE MOST HIGH. She spent her youth going to church and using her gifted and melodious voice by singing “solos” for all services.

As a young adult she fell in love with Charles Hayes and married him in December of 1984. Their union brought forth the blending of two wonderful families. Pam continued through life as a mother and wife, accomplishing many goals and never being afraid to try something new. She was employed with the Orange County Public Schools (OCPS) for many years, and retired in 2016.

During her retirement, Pamela could be found doing what she loved most…spending quality time with her family, tending to her garden, fishing, singing praises to THE MOST HIGH, talking about the Bible and the commandments, and sharing the many wisdoms that life had taught her. To have known Pam was to know a well of wisdom, a warmth of light, a touch of love, and a laugh of joy. She will truly and sorely be missed by those who knew and loved her.

Pamela was preceded in death by her Husband, Charles Hayes; Son, Mandrell Henderson; Mother, Lillie Mae Wesley; Sisters: Sandra Lowe and Angela Henderson; and Brother, Carl Henderson.

Left to cherish her memory…Sons: Bill Hayes of Leesburg, Florida, Mike Hayes of Leesburg, Florida, Charles Hayes, Jr. of Georgia, and Charlie Bryant of Orlando, Florida; Daughter, Celest Hayes of Leesburg, Florida; Father, Adolphus Henderson of Orlando, Florida; Brothers: Terry Henderson of Orlando, Florida and Ricky Henderson (Laura) of Orlando, Florida; and Sister, Kimberly Ducheine (Patrick) of Orlando, Florida; 12 Grandchildren, and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other loving relatives, and friends

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