Pamela Morrison

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MORRISON, Pamela Marie
(Age 59)

Pamela was born July 9, 1951 in Provo, Utah. She was raised in Springville and the surrounding areas of Utah. She married her sweetheart and lifelong love, Raymond Morrison, on February 17 1967 in Provo, UT. Over their 43 years of marriage, they resided in the San Francisco Bay area, Maple Valley, WA, Potlatch, ID, Spokane, WA, Colfax, WA and Deer Park, WA. She is the loving mother of Michele Anderson of Old Town, Idaho, Randal Morrison of Vancouver, WA, and Julie Morrison of Lewiston, ID. Her brothers are Kelly Sorenson, Collegeville, PA, and Kevin Harward, Phoenix, AZ, and her sisters are Valerie Anderson and Debra Gomes of Salt Lake City, UT, and Pam Bowden of Vernal, UT. She enjoyed five grandchildren: Kim Morrison, Fisher Wingert, Finan Anderson, Peik Anderson and Ketil Anderson.
Pam enjoyed service to others, her family and traveling- especially to the Pacific Coast. She was a tremendous mother and an exceptional grandmother. She loved camping, RVing and exploring the mountains with her husband on the ATV. She inspired a great love of the outdoors in all her children. She was a great organizer with an innate ability to mobilize others.
Pam was very strong in her faith and firmly believed in eternal salvation. She served numerous callings in the LDS Church while her health still allowed her to. She fought debilitating illness for many years. In spite of her limited capacity near the end of her time with us, she was always the first to support others in their time of need. Mrs. Morrison attended the Clayton Ward.
She will be missed dearly by those who knew and loved her. The family suggests that memorials may be mode to the ALS Association.
Interment services will be held at 1:00 P.M., Wednesday, December 8, 2010, at the Freeze Cemetery, Potlatch, ID. Funeral services honoring Mrs. Morrison will be at 1:00 P.M., Thursday, December 9, 2010, at the Riverside Chapel, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Chattaroy, WA, with Bishop Byron Wiltse conducting.
LAUER FUNERAL HOME, Deer Park, WA

Published in Spokesman-Review from Dec. 5 to Dec. 6, 2010