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1934 - 2013 Obituary Condolences
PATRICIA ANN LAMBERT Pam was freed from this earth on February 8, 2013 after a long battle with the debilitating effects of Diabetes. Graveside Service will be held at Glen Oaks Cemetery, 11115 Midway, Chico(corner of Midway & Hagen Lane) in the Court of Honor on February 16, 2013 at 1pm. Pam was born August 16, 1934 in Crowland, England. Weighing only 1.5lbs at birth she overcame a weak beginning. In 1939 Pam, her mother (Florence Martha Bates - "Pat") and her brother (Fredrick Leonard Halliday) boarded the SS Champlin, and crossed the Atlantic Ocean to arrive at Ellis Island.American, "The Land of the Free". Pam settled in Tulare, Ca but lived most of her young life in Carson City, NV and the San Luis Obispo area where she worked with her mother at her restaurants: Pat's Chicken Inn and This Ole House. In the late 60's, Pam moved to the North State where she began working at Chico Community Hospital in the Food Service Department, retiring in 1993 after 25 years. Pam's hobbies were crafts, sewing and knitting, making stuffed animals and creating her own special designs on sweatshirts. She had quite a talent for cake decorating and thoroughly enjoyed bowling, not to mention sun tanning at her pool in Durham, Ca where she resided for the past 40+ years. Pam is preceded in death by her mother Florence, father Mark; husbands - Eddie Carpenter, Pete Mello and Jim Lambert. Pam is survived by her brother Fred Halliday, 2 sisters - Christina Cutshaw and Patricia Arnson; 4 children - Paula Franklin, Annette Mello, Donn Carpenter and Cindy Best; and 1 grandchild Bruce MacPhee III. Pam is free at last..please don't shed a tear; this is a celebration of her life.
Published in Chico Enterprise-Record on Feb. 13, 2013
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