Condolence: Dear Tim and Family - We just saw this morning the notice about Pam. Mark and I were so very sorry to see this. Please know that our thoughts are with you. She was such a lovely person. We will always remember the warm welcome (not to mention the cozy shelter above the horses) with which you both greeted us when we first moved to Maine. - Cheryl and Mark
Condolence: Growing up with Pam during our childhood in the 50's and 60's in Sioux City, Iowa was an honor. Pam has continued to stay in touch with our family and visit when she could. The last time I saw Pam was two years ago for our first West 2nd Street reunion and we had the best time. Pam was all smiles and shared laughter was abundant. We will miss her especially during our second reunion summer 2018. We know you are in Heaven with your brother Larry and your dad having a wonderful time Pam. We miss you and love you. Until we meet again friend--
Patty Mahon Graham
Condolence: I extend my deepest sympathy to all the family at this sad and difficult time. Pam will be remembered dearly, she was an awesome person, always seeing the bright side of things. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May she rest in peace.
Condolence: To our good friend Tim, we are so very sorry to hear about your loss of Pam. We are sending all our prayers and love to you and your family. We cannot image what you are going through right now and how we could possibly help. Tim anything we can do please let us know, we want to be there for you as you are always there for so very many. Sending you much love and hugs.
Condolence: Pam and I worked together years ago. It was a tough job, yet driving around with Pam to the places we called on ended up being some of my funniest car trips I ever took in that line of work. Call it “black humor” but it was really stress relief. I am now remembering waiting at a truck stop with Pam, who was driving, and the two of us were in tears from laughing so hard. In subsequent years (in different jobs) we ran into each other and started laughing all over again. No words were necessary. I loved being in the company of Pam, and will miss our shared laughter.