Taken too soon, let the memory of Pam be with us forever.
  • 71 years old
  • Born on September 19, 1947 in Los Angeles, California, United States.
  • Passed away on February 21, 2019 in Laguna Niguel, California, United States.

Pam passed away after a strong battle with cancer. She was taken way too early and will be missed by her family and friends.

Pam's love of her husband Richard and her daughter Danielle knew no bounds.

Pam and Richard were married for over 38 years.

When Danielle was young, she gave her art supplies at every birthday and holiday.She wanted to develop her artistic side. And she succeeded, as Danielle has won numerous photo contests and has sold a number of her photos.

There was no person that loved all animals like she did. She grew up in a house with cats.But thanks to Richard, for the last few years the family had dogs. So, to satisfy her loved of cats for the last 5 years Pam volunteered at the Blue Bell Cat Sanctuary.

Her yard was always filled flowers (which she loves to give to friends), and with animals of all kinds... because she scattered seeds to attract as many birds and rabbits as she could.

In addition to her loved of animals, Pam was a lover of novels and a voracious reader. She like to tell everyone that the first novel that she read was Gone With the Wind. She never stopped after that. 

When done she would then give her books to anyone who expressed an interest or donate them to some charitable group. Causing Richard to tote boxes and boxes of her books down to the local library or elsewhere.

Posted by Joanne Jacobs on 9th March 2019
Pam was one of the first really cool cat ladies that my daughter and I met on our first day of volunteering at Blue Bell. She was AWESOME! We listened to her talk and tell us stories about all the cats. She made us laugh and smile and feel welcomed. From then on, every Monday we would get to spend a little time with her and get to hear about her family and travels and stories of her life. She is such an amazing, easy going, energetic and spunky lady who had the best nails ever! We are so blessed to have met her and get to know her. We will miss her.
Posted by Marty Piecyk on 7th March 2019
Pam truly loved her daughter and family. After I married her lovely daughter Danielle on a December 2018 visit to Laguna Niguel and was leaving with Danielle for the airport, she cried and said to take good care of Danielle, as she is her only daughter. I gave her a hug and promised that I would! I can tell Pam was a great mom by how much she loved her family, joked with them, and how well she raised Danielle, the love of my life.

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