“We Miss You, Pam. Our love and prayers go out to your family.
“We are going to miss you dearly! You were a wonderful friend and teacher!!! You touched many lives along the way and will never be forgotten!!
“My deepest sympathies to Pam's family. The heavens are sparkling brightly with her arrival. Julie (Pudlo) Wagner - Carmel 1980
“My heart goes out to Pam's family, friends and everyone else that she touched along the way. In the short time that I knew her I could tell she was a great person. I met Pam when she worked at Round Table Pizza in Lafayette many years ago. Pam helped me realize that I could make new friends in a time that saw many old friends moving on to other life pursuits. I'm sorry I lost touch with her, Mark and their friend Larry. It doesn't surprise me that she ultimately became a teacher. I'm sure her...
“So sorry to hear of this sad loss. My thoughts are with the Tennison family.
“Ms.Tennison it was a honor to have u as Tamrins teacher. My entire family is thankful for all you done.. we will be praying for your family..
“Pam, I wish you wholeness, peace of heart and soul, and freedom form the pain you endured while battling your illness. It was my pleasure to know you and all the enhancements for the betterment in my life from knowing you. You were a good soul, fought a hard battle, now wishing you eternal rest and peace. Farewell to you, my friend.
Pamela Jean Tennison Aug. 18, 1962 - June 28, 2013 Resident of Walnut Creek Pam was born in Chicago. She is the daughter of Joy and Ray, sister of Lloyd, Mark, Gail, Bev and Paul. the aunt of Monica, Selina, Rico and Keegan. Pam was a San Francisco attorney then a devoted elementary school...Read More