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Pamela Jean Valentine Acosta

Pamela Jean Valentine Acosta

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September 14, 2013
It's been a year since you've been gone Oh how I miss you still! My Love, Dan Acosta yours always
October 04, 2012
What a beautiful sister. Our only regret is that we didn't know her, but you are all in our hearts and prayers, knowing our heavenly Father is watching over you and will bring her back soon. Christian love in Colorado, Patti Family
September 29, 2012
It is yet another Saturday's day of activities, without our Pam.
..but it is also "One day closer to her resurrection", when we will all congregate together, in perfect health in a perfect world.."Let's take this time NOW to be the survivors outa this death-dealing system we have today!! gladys-Central Everett Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses 1730 Madison Ave (behind fire-station)..Hope to see "U" soon....
September 22, 2012
Jehovah will never forsake us, & He is faithful. She is in His memory. Agapi, sister Welvaert
September 20, 2012
Growing up with Pamela Valentine was always an adventure. Summers were spent swimming in the backyard pool, seeing which one of us could hold our breath under
water the longest. Fall would come and we would stage “big time” musicals for our only audience member Mike. Winters were spent playing endless games of Monopoly
and Clue. When spring came we did mud puddle jumping. Pam's dad, Ralph senior, taught us how to take thorns off rose bushes and we would run around pretending we were rhinos. Pamela, was full of love and an amazing human being. There is a special place for her in heaven.

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