Pam L Corrigan Landon
August 18, 1950 - April 14, 2013
Pam was born August 18, 1950 in Salmon, Idaho. She peacefully passed away April 14, 2013 in Salmon, Idaho.
Pam was the second of five children born to John and Betty Corrigan of Challis Idaho. Pam grew up on her family ranch in Challis, where she loved branding, cattle drives and riding horses. Pam had an intense love for all animals.
Pam graduated from Challis High School in 1968. After High School, Pam enrolled in the School of Cosmetology in Pocatello, Idaho where she received her beautician license.
In 1970, she married Richard Lockyer of McCammon, Idaho and to this union one child was born in 1971, ShanDel Raey Lockyer.
Pam made her home in the Nampa area. She attended ITT tech school where she graduated with a legal secretary degree. She worked for the Idaho department of Employment for several years. She then took an executive position with Channel 12.
In 1990 adventure called for Pam and her daughter to move to Alaska, which was a big dream for Pam. They lived in Kenai where she pursued her love of fishing, clamming and camping. Pam explored all that Alaska had to offer for the next seven years.
In 1997, Pam moved back to Nampa to be close to her only granddaughter, KayLee Jade. She went back to work in Broadcasting for Channel 9 several years. Then she moved home to Challis.
To say that Pam had many friends is an understatement. Pam was a very giving soul, she helped people where she could and gave of herself to many. Time spent with Pam included fun, laughter and telling stories. She was a wonderful cook and loved to cook for anyone that was around her.
Pam is survived by her daughter ShanDel Raey Harden (Randy) and granddaughter KayLee Jade; parents John and Betty Corrigan; sisters, Pat (Ron) Bricker and Betty Jo (Levi) Oja; brothers, Tim (Zelda) Corrigan and John (Martha) Corrigan, and many other relatives.
"Your smile and laughter will always be remembered."
Pam was cremated by Jones and Casey Funeral Home. A celebration of life is planned for the summer of 2013.