Pam Handlan, 70
June 25, 2016
Pam Handlan died on June 25, 2016 at the age of 70.
Pam was born in Farnworth, Lancashire, England to Byron and Marjory Kuhn. She also lived throughout the United States as she ventured with her family in support of the lifestyle necessitated by her father’s career as a United States Air Force Officer. Pam attended college at West Virginia University and ultimately graduated from Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. Selinsgrove and the beautiful Susquehanna river valley of central Pennsylvania is where she grew her own family until both her children were in college and the pull of sun, sand and warmth drew Pam to relocate to the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
For the last 25yrs, you could find Pam choreographing the myriad of details required to support rental home owners and vacationers delivering dreams for each vacation completed on the Outer Banks. Pam truly loved the interaction with home owners, vacationers and her co-workers.
Pam did not desire a funeral service and instead would ask that if you do decide to celebrate life and good memories, think about doing it in the following manner:
• Find a local spot that you have skipped for many years as life’s routines easily cloud the beauty that may be close by, raise your glass and celebrate local gems
• In lieu of flowers or other gifts, if desired, please donate to the following charities:
o Nature Conservancy of the Outer Banks, North Carolina
o America Cancer Society
Pam is survived by her daughter, Lyndy Darwicki (and her husband John Darwicki), son, Jim Handlan (and wife, Jen Handlan) and sister Jeanette Coates.
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Condolences to the Family
July 12, 2016
Im beyond sad ti hear the death of pam she was one persin that i knew truely cared for me she was the hardest working human on the obx,we shared alot of good and sad stories..live you pam…
July 07, 2016
Pam will always be with us because you do not know what you ment to us all those years that we worked together we were
co-workers but most of all we were family. Thanks for the support and the protection that you gave us. God bless you
and your family. People like you shoud exist like millions in this world so when they leave this world leave that sweet
feeling that you have left us in our hearts. You always be with us. Maria Luz Villarreal and Maria del Pilar Beltran Guzman.
July 06, 2016
Pam was a lovely person. We met her thru CCV but became friends more than business acquaintances. She was devoted to all of her homeowners and treated each home as it was her own. We will miss seeing her on any given street in Corolla. She was always a breath of fresh air. Prayers from Rob and Joyce Breiner
July 04, 2016
What a lovely obituary for a lovely person! We are home owners in Corolla and have been since Corolla Classic Vacations opened. We have had many proffessional dealings with your gracious mom/sister over many years. She was always delightful, charming, and fun to work with…just a joy-filled person! You will continue to be in our prayers
Chris and Carl Desmarais
Vienna Va and Corolla NC
July 04, 2016
Dear Lyndy, John, Jim, Jen & Jeanette:
We will miss your Mother tremendously. Pam was a very kind, generous and independent person. We are lucky to have been a part of her life. With sympathy, Denise & Will Graham
July 03, 2016
Dear Lyndy and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Pam was a co-worker and a dear friend. She is surely missed by everyone at CCV! She was a beautiful lady inside and out. My thoughts and prayers are with you all??❤️ Love, Nancy D. Beasley
July 02, 2016
Dear Jim, Jen and Natalie,
Thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time.
I will say a prayer for your family.
Love and God Bless you,
July 02, 2016
Dear Jim and Jen and Natalie
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time at their loss of your mom.
Uncle Tom and Aunt Marilyn
July 01, 2016
Pam was a beautiful woman inside and out. So sorry to hear about her early death.pam and I played tennis for years and she was a great friend. So sorry lyndie and jimmy. So sorry. Jeanie Hackenberg Page.