My heart goes out to you Duane, my friend since High School, I know how much she meant to you and that she was the Love of your Life and know you were the happiest you ever were with her,I thank god she came into your life and gave you so many years of love.
I remember Pam's song you sent years back. She was amazing. Getting a new kittycat is not the cure, but it will sure help soak up all your tears. This was beautifully written and heart wrenching! My prayers are genuinely with you and all your family. Promise to STAY STRONG.
Duane, Although I never had the pleasure of meeting Pam, I remember you telling me about her. I was deeply saddened to hear of your loss. My heart goes out to you and your family and friends of your beloved wife. What a heart felt story of your life together, my tears flow for you! May she finally rest in peace and may your life be full of great memories. Your friend, Chris McCourry, Dallas, TX
Im turly sorry Jason for you and your family's loss. I saw her pulling up to my work at Today Cleaners and we would run out and get her bag! She was so nice and to all of us and was WONDERFUL WOMAN! my thoughts and prayers are with you all!
We were never blessed with the opportunity to meet Pam but the times you've spent with us and the memories you've shared opened a window into her life that allowed Bill and I to feel as if we did.
Know that you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers daily and here for whatever you may need.
Duane and family,
We are sorry for your loss, it's been a long hard road. We can only take solace in knowing that Pam's suffering has transformed into an everlasting piece, as she now sings for God.
May God bless you all.
Rusty & Kim Woods.
Duane We grieve with you and your family for your loss. We never got to meet your wife, but the pictures of her and your family are wonderful. We can see from the pictures that she must have been a very special person and loved by many. Our deepest sympathy. Dr. Lyle Griffith and Staff, Hanford CA
Pam was not much younger than me so we hung out together, especially after I had my driver's license. After I wrecked my motorcycle, my parents bought me '66 Mustang convertible. Pam loved to have me put the top down and stand up and let the wind blow through her hair while we cruised. (This was pre-seatbelt law era.) Pam loved the beach and looked great in a bikini. Like myself Pam had a Spirit which did not want to be tamed. More than once we did get pulled over and got quite a lecture. Sorry that we lost touch after I married and moved to Redwood Country in 1974. Sounds like Pam continued to live life abundantly and passionately. May we all learn to follow our heart's desires while we still have the opportunity. Each day is a new beginning.