Let the memory of Pamela be with us forever
  • 60 years old
  • Born on August 26, 1954 in Los Angeles, California, United States.
  • Passed away on July 5, 2015 in Beaverton, Oregon, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our sweet Pamela Davis, 60, born on August 26, 1954 and passed away on July 5, 2015. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Marjorie Sherman on August 26, 2018
Happy Birthday sweet pammy! ❤️
Posted by Keri Day on July 5, 2018
3 years today. Miss you. I added a photo to the gallery of your blue-eyed boy Sali who is forever with you and Motzi and the other kitty siblings. ❤️
Posted by Keri Day on August 27, 2017
Happy birthday cousin Pam. Thinking of you today and always. Miss you.
Posted by Marjorie Sherman on August 26, 2017
Happy Birthday Sis!! I miss you!! ❤️❤️
Posted by Keri Day on July 5, 2017
Miss you cousin Pamela. I think of you when I see quilts and cats. Love you! ❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Marjorie Sherman on February 25, 2017
thinking about you today Pammy - Love you and Miss you!
Posted by Alyssa Thomas on August 26, 2016
Today I am thinking of Pamela, since it is her birthday. I always enjoyed chatting with Pamela at lunch. We had good conversations. I think of her when I see quilt shows. Rest in peace, Pamela!
Posted by Keri Day on July 11, 2016
Miss you cousin Pam. The past year has not been the same without you. I am blessed to have many happy memories. You landed in Beaverton and nearly immediately became woven into our lives, from the early years when Julia and Lauren were young to attending their school band concerts and choir trips, to flute fairs, to quilt shows, to antique hunting, to planting rose bushes, to cooking and sharing wonderful dinners, attending employer's picnics, going to see movies, sharing birthday celebrations, graduations. Everyday life. We had a lot of fun together over the years. Cheers is what you always wrote in your cards to me. So, Cheers, dear Pamela. Love, cousin Keri
Posted by Scott Sherman on July 11, 2016
Pamela was one of the most opinionated (and knowledgable) people I have known. I loved that about her. We would talk extensively about topical subjects and how to make the world a better place. Pam ultimately did make the world a better place and I will miss her very much. Rest in Peace Pamela. You made a difference.
Posted by Joan And Paul Sher on July 6, 2016
We think of Pamela often, too. She definitely has left her mark on many of us who knew her. Paul enjoyed working with her at OHSU and I liked getting to know here through Paul and you. She always was so friendly. May the memories we all have of her sustain us as we remember her with love and joy . And, may her name be a blessing. Rest in peace, our dear Pamela.
Posted by Bonnie Davis on July 6, 2016
Miss you every day Pamela! I find myself wanting to reach for the phone and call you just to share my life. Rest easy. I love you

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