Pam Baxter Weber

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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I have so many memories of Pam and so many heartwarming little details from our youth (mexican pizza in az, pigs!, lake superior, singing Bye Bye Birdie, swimming, cheerleading, hair ribbons, nicknames, smiles)...I will hold them close to my heart. From the day I met her in elementary school I knew she was one of the strongest, yet sweetest girls I'd ever know. I am sorry I did not get to see her as much as a grown woman...I'm pretty sure she had quite the same spark. Much love to Pam's...

I recently told the story about Pam and I suntanning by the pool: at day's end, we both had half of our faces sunburned because we were looking at each other and laughing so much! You will be missed, Pam!

Pam was always such a kind and genuine person with me, and I truly and deeply appreciated that about her. We stayed in touch after the last major reunion, which was a pleasure. Peace Pam!

Pam was always able to light up a room with her smile and her energy.

My sincere condolences to you.

I'll always remember Pam's beautiful smile, creative & artistic talent, and zest for life. May her life be an inspiring blessing to her dear family & friends. Mari Tankenoff

Pam was always such a bright light.Always a smile. Her spirit will always be with us.
Prayers to the family


Pam's Obituary

Pam Weber passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on October 14, 2012.