Pamela Field (1956 - 2015)

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Long time Alaskan resident, Pamela Field of Eagle River, passed away Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015, with loved ones by her side. Pamela was born in Lewiston, Idaho on Sept. 15, 1956, to William and Lola May Field. Her family moved to Alaska in 1967, and built their home on the Kenai Peninsula. Pamela has remained in Alaska since, making her own family and many forever friends. Pamela was beautiful, strong, courageous and witty. She was always a cheerful and outgoing person. She was known for her love to talk about anything and everything, to anyone and everyone, whenever she had the chance, touching the lives of so many. She was vivacious and saw every moment as an opportunity to enjoy life. Whether she was relaxing on a California beach with her family, watching her son snowboard in Canada, taking her grandson to Las Vegas for his 18th birthday, or going out on the town with her closest friends for a girls' night out, Pamela always made an effort to make lifelong memories with those she touched. Spending time with family was always important to her. She always made sure to bring everyone together for the holidays, usually with the added promise of her delicious cheesecake. Pamela Field is an inspiration to all who knew her; a wonderful mother, daughter, sister, grandmother and friend. She will be missed deeply and is loved very much. She is survived by her children, Monica (Morgan Ottley) Dunlap, Steven Field and Adam Field; grandchildren, Devonte and Kendall; parents, William and Lola May Field; siblings, Deborah Palmer and Douglas Field and their families. Preceded in death by sister, Tina Field and brother-in-law, Allen Palmer. A service will be held on Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015, at ChangePoint Church at 1 p.m. Everyone is invited to take part and share their stories and memories with one another. ChangePoint is located at 6689 ChangePoint Drive in Anchorage, near Minnesota Drive and Raspberry Drive.
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Changepoint Church
6689 Changepoint Dr
Anchorage, AK 99518
(907) 344-7780
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Published in Anchorage Daily News on Nov. 11, 2015