Pamela (Roberts) Smith
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November 28th, 1946 - October 25th 2013
Pamela Gilmore (Roberts) Smith was born to Gordon & Edwin Roberts on Nov 28th 1946 in Harrison, TN.
The family moved to California when Pamela was in grade school, where she attended Vina Danks & Chaffey High School.
Pamela married her high school sweetheart Michael Smith (Mick) a few years after graduating high school, where she then help support her husband as an army wife, and lived in Alaska for a few years.
They soon returned to Ontario, Ca where Pamela worked as a travel agent, loan officer, but was most proud of her duties as a wife & mother to her family. The children were the light of here life, Jennifer, Karen, and Matt were never dissapointed, and had everything they needed to thrive.
Karen later married her now husband Robert and gave Pam the ultimate gift of a baby grand daughter Reagan.
Pamela will be remembered as an outgoing, smart, and extremely strong women who cared about everybody around her. In addition, Pamela will be remembered for her love of cooking and doing projects around the home with her husband. Pam & Mike would love to travel to exciting places, where they found great & exciting times, together they were also seasoned ticket holders for our be-loved USC trojans, following them to Hawaii.
Pamela is survived by her husband Michael Smith, children Karen & Matt. Son in Law Robert Sherman, grand daughter Reagan, Brother Tom Roberts, Sister In Law Katie Roberts, Niece Linda Roberts, Niece & Nephew Debbie & Randy LaFrenz, Niece Christy Roberts, Great Nephew Steven & Allysa LaFrenz, Great Great Niece Riley & Brooklyn LaFrenz. We cannot forget her favorite grand dogs Sydney & Kona.
In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations in Pam's honor to be made to one of the following charities: Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, Loma Linda Hospital or the
A celebration of life will be held at the home of Joan & Ethan Ruch, 9090 Manzanita Dr, Alta Loma, Ca 91737 on Saturday, November 2nd, 2013, at 2:00pm.
Published in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on Oct. 31, 2013