In Memory

Pam Blair (Potts)

Pam Blair (Potts)

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11/20/19 11:22 AM #1    

Richard Starnes

So sad to hear of Pam’s passing. She was always a real sweetheart.

11/20/19 11:32 AM #2    

Joe Windsor

So sad, we grew up across the street from each other, she was always a joy to be around. RIP my dear friend 🙏

11/20/19 02:34 PM #3    

Carol Bishop (Covato)

so very sad to hear of Pams passing. Periodically talked on phone...will miss those calls! She was definitely one of a kind and was highly thought of by many. Rest easy my friend.

11/20/19 07:48 PM #4    

Terry Johnson

Always liked to watch Pam dance, at different places I would see her, she was always nice and enjoyed life.

Affirm Blessings upon you!

11/21/19 11:05 AM #5    

Jack Sinow

I was so sorry to hear the news about Pam. Although we were not close, I remember her always smiling whenever she talked with me. She was such a beautiful girl, both inside and out. I extend my sincere condolences to her family.

11/22/19 04:52 PM #6    

Richard Jessie

I do remember Pam as a warm and friendly person.  We spoke briefly at one of the class reunions many years ago.  My sympathy goes out to her family. 

11/22/19 09:46 PM #7    

Dick Pierce

Pam and I grew close following the 40th class reunion. Pam's whole world revolved Lee and her son Paul. It's hard to believe that Pam could be the mother of a 50+ year old "child". Following that reunion Paul came to visit me in Portland, OR.

Paul is an incredible, caring human being. They took care of each other with all the love you could imagine. After Paul called to tell me that Pam had passed, as I was hanging up the phone I had a mental picture of Lee and Pam reuniting in the Great Whereever. Lee, with that flat-top haircut, welcomed her with a passionate kiss followed by a huge thankyou for raising such a perfect kid.

May Pam and Lee resume their love affair on their journey to forever. 



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