Who is Pam Hale?
Quick fact about Pam Hale
|Full name||Pam Hale|
|Famous as||The wife of Rick Barry|
|Children||Drew Barry, Jon Barry Scooter Barry, and Brent Barry|
|Grandchildren||Quinn Barry, Cade Barry|
|Spouse||Rick Barry (m. 1965–1981)|
|Home Town||Western New York|
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Pam Hale is born to a basketball coach called, Bruce Hale. Pam Hale is known for Red Headed Stranger (1986) and Tattletales (1974). She achieved fame as the wife of American professional basketball player Rick Barry. Pam and Rick Barry tied the knot as a married couple on June 12, 1965, but their union did not continue as long as they had hoped. The couple divorced on August 31, 1981, after spending 16 years together. They were blessed with five children.
Pam Hale shares four sons and a daughter together with her husband Rick Barry, named; Scooter Barry, Jon Barry, Drew Barry, Brent Barry, and Shannon. All of Pam Hale’s sons were professional basketball players. This makes the family leave a happy life.
Pam, who is originally from western New York, moved to Dallas not long after finishing her undergraduate studies. She holds a bachelor’s degree in science from the State University of New York and is a certified public accountant in the state of Texas at the moment. Pam and her husband reside in the Dallas region, where they have raised their four children. Pam is also an active member of her church and homeowners association. She has been working in commercial real estate for almost 25 years.
Pam previously worked for the commercial real estate companies Trammell Crow Company & Hunt Properties Inc. before joining Wolverine Interests. For numerous investment organizations, she has handled the full financial and tax reporting cycle, including month-end reporting and operations reviews, year-end close, audits, and tax reporting. Pam has six years of SOX Consultant experience in addition to her background in commercial real estate. Initiating corrective actions to reduce corporate risk related to financial reporting and disclosure also fell under this category. It involved identifying and analyzing company controls as well as creating test plans.
Pam joined Wolverine Interests in 2019 to oversee the CFT Portfolio’s accounting. She brings to the table a portfolio of office, retail, and development projects, along with over 25 years of experience in the commercial real estate sector. She has in-depth knowledge of property acquisitions and sales, as well as equity distribution waterfall calculations. She also has extensive experience in partnership accounting.