Our deepest sympathies to your family. Pam was a lovely, lovely woman. We will miss seeing her infectious smile.
May you find comfort and peace knowing your loved one is in the company of God's Angels.....when we moved to East Moriches in 1972 we quickly became close neighbors....Jimmy our 1st son was 10 months old and Pam and John were always very helpful. Over the years we baked together on Christmas and Easter...giving me "Roni's" recipes for honey balls and grain pie....which I still use to this day as my own tradition. Then along came Johnny, and Lauren who was born the day after Pam's birthday...she will be 39 years old this year with 3 girls of her own. We became "family" sharing joy and tears over 22 years then we moved to Florida and are here 26 years now....thank you Pam for all the cherished memories....and will meet you "over there" when it's our turn to be reunited with loved ones.....with much love...
I have many fond memories of my favorite, Aunt Mina from her giving me a lavender Easter egg as a kid with my name on it to her opening her home to me, sister and friend for the summer when I was 15yrs. old. That summer she put up with our craziness with arms open full of love. When she visited me in NM she gave me a Dream Catcher yarn wall hanging. It protects against bad and good dreams in a continuous circle of life with no beginning or ending. It catches all the good dreams. My Aunt was all good and loved very much. She will be missed. My heartfelt condolence to you all.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.