My sympathy goes to Pam's family. I used to work with Pam - what a great lady with a deep passion and knowledge in her work. Her smile and encouragement made things easier for me as we both have same name which we enjoyed it - smile. She's with you all and watching over you.
I am sorry to hear of Pam's passing. I worked with her from my first assignment in STL in 1987 until I retired 19 years later. Even though I wasn't always stationed in STL, I would frequently cross paths with her at different conferences or I'd just contact her for advice and her opinion. She was professional, sharply funny, and knew about as much as anyone at HRC about how the computer systems did (or did not)interface. I'll miss her as a friend and former co-worker.
I have known Pam since high school and she has always been one of the nicest people you could ever know. I am sure she passed on with the same grace and dignity she possessed in life. She was my friend and I will miss her.
Brenda Taylor Nichols
My deepest sympathies to Pam's family. It was an honor to have worked with Pam at HRC-STL. What a great lady.
St. Louis, MO
To Pam's family - Your Daughter and Mother was one of the most compassionate, professional, and kind people I have ever had the pleasure to meet and share time with. You should be proud...I know I'm proud to have had the opportunity to know her while on this earth. My condolences and prayers are with you.