Obituary of Pamela McCallum
Pamela Renee McCallum was born in Trenton, New Jersey and resided in Morrisville, Pennsylvania with her mother Cheryl Vickie Ricard and her siblings. She attended Pennsbury High School. As a nurturing young mother raising her two daughters Pam was tough, courageous, full of spirit with an excitement to travel.
Pam later moved to Rowland, North Carolina where she birthed her son, Ronald McCallum Jr. There she found her passion for beaches and motorcycles and intertwined the two into her lifestyle. Pam had a love for diy crafts, interior decorating, and a green thumb for growing plants and made the hobbies a steady in her daily life.
While visiting Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Pam met her friend who would become her soul mate of what became 16 years. She moved to Nashville, TN in 2007. Later joining the Unexplainable MC Family, she chose the name Unique, which described her well. But, lovingly, she was most often called Ms. Kaddalak because of her relationship with Kaddalak Shelton, the current president of the Unexplainable MC.
Pamela joined and quickly got involved with the Unexplainable MC, serving as the bartender and then bar manager for the MC. She later became the MC Secretary. She loved and supported her MC Family like family. Many members called her Momma, Auntie, Sister, etc.
Pam was a confidant, adviser, counselor, mediator, mentor, defender and more. But most of all, she was Ms. Kaddalak and she fiercely wore the crown of first lady of the Unexplainable MC for 11 years. Ms. Kaddalak loved life to the fullest and loved Kaddalak, and he loved her like no one else. More than his lady, his “ride or die”, his woman - she was a true friend, his “Tonto”.
Pam was a warrior and is remembered for her vivacious spirit. She leaves to cherish her memories her loving Kenneth “Kaddalak” Shelton, two daughters Tiphanie and Brytanie; two sons Ronald Jr and Kenneth Jr. “DJ Murda”; her brothers John, Johnny and Marcus, sisters Michelle and Kahesha. Pam leaves behind 4 grandchildren who meant the world to her (and vice versa), and countless friends who’ve turned into family. She loved celebrating with her family and friends and as we celebrate her life today, remember this is not goodbye, simply a see you later. Until we meet again. 1Fam1Luv.
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