06/19/1951 - 01/21/2024
Service Date: 02/03/2024
Service Time: 10AM
Service Location: LDS Chapel 22035 E. Ocotillo Rd., Queen Creek, AZ 85142
Visitation Date: 02/03/2024
Visitation Time: 9:00AM
Visitation Location: LDS Chapel 22035 E. Ocotillo Rd., Queen Creek, AZ 85142
Interment: Gilbert Memorial Park

Mrs. Pam Hackett, daughter of Allen Elijah Davis and LaRue Estella Morley, born June 19, 1951, Odgen, Weber, UT, passed away January 21, 2024 in Queen Creek, Maricopa, AZ.  She is survived by siblings, Carol Curry, Paul Davis, and Peggy Thomas, her husband, Warren G. Hackett of 52 years, children, Lisa Gail McBratney, Allan Warren Hackett, Kristy Marie Davis, and Daniel Blaine Hackett along with 14 grandchildren, Katie Lauren Graves, Jacob Benjamin McBratney, Luke Warren McBratney, Jillian Claire McBratney, Emma LaRue McBratney, Allan James Hackett, Hailey Marie Hackett, Makayla Grace Hackett, Kiley Jane Hackett, Aidan Paul Hackett, Hannah Marie Davis, Connor William Davis, Tanner Lee Davis, and Brynnley Sarah Davis.


Pam, affectionately known as “Honey” to her grandchildren, was the binding strength of her family.  Her devotion to her children, grandchildren and husband was beyond compare.  Family gatherings were joyous occasions where her children reflected on all the funny memories of growing up and the grandchildren would have fun playing together with “Honey” making sure their parents didn’t get too annoyed with them.  It was said by them, “Honey was our protector”.  Her last 13 years were spent in retirement with Warren and she was able to attend many of the family events with children and grandchildren until the last year when she was unable be there in person due to increasing health problems.


Pam was a lifelong and faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and served valiantly in many callings in the several Wards she attended throughout her life.  Warren’s work required many transfers during their 52 years including living in California, Colorado, Arizona, Ohio, Kansas, and Alabama.  Throughout all of this, she maintained a clean and organized household and ensured that her children were properly cared for.  She also worked outside the home on several occasions to help out with the family finances.


She was a person who once you were her friend, you were her friend for life and she kept many friendships throughout the years even though many were far away in other States.

Her family adored her very much and she will be missed immensely.


For those unable to attend, please view Pam’s funeral through this YouTube link:



  • Thank you for sharing the memories. Her laugh and smile was very contagious. Pam was an Angel on earth. Sending our love to this awesome family. Love you Connie and Steven

  • Ken & Gloria Thomas

    Warren, please accept our sincere condolences at this time of great loss and sorrow of your sweet wife and (Honey). We have loved getting together with you and Pam over the last 5 or 6 years for Saturday evening dinners. We look forward to our continuing friendship. So grateful for eternal families.

  • My deepest sympathy to Warren (my newly found cousin) and all of your family.
    I didn’t know Pam but I’m sure she was a beautiful person.

  • Janet and Mitch Cameron

    Mitch and I send our love and prayers to all of your family at this time. Pam had a way of blessing every life that she touched (one of your talents, too, Warren). We have such fond memories that we both treasure of sharing time, meals, laughs, and walks with you and your family. We have been incredibly blessed to share such moments with you and Pam and are so very grateful to Heavenly Father for those times. Pam had a way of making you feel loved, accepted, understood, and treasured in the way she treated everyone. She found joy in simple things and shared that. I appreciate and love that about Pam. Know that Mitch and I love you very much and pray and Heavenly Father will give you comfort and peace. You’re in our thoughts and prayers.

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