Pamela Jo Hottel

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  • "Kevin, Justin, Amanda we are so very sorry for your loss...."
    - Susan Hottel
  • "My heartfelt sympathies."
    - Desiree Lagomarsino
  • - Mike McCown
  • "Mom we all miss you so much!!"
    - justin hottel
  • "Very sad to hear, my thoughts are with your family."
    - megan palmer
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Pamela Jo Hottel
Jan. 29, 1957 - Feb. 8, 2011

After a lifelong battle with a litany of medical issues, Pam passed quietly while convalescing at her son's home in Everett the morning of February 8, 2011.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas Davidson of Langley, WA and Peggy Cady of Arlington, WA.
Pam is survived by her three children of whom she was immensely proud, Kevin Wagner (Jennifer) of Burlington, NC, Justin Hottel of Everett, WA and Amanda Hottel of Mill Creek, WA; and by her grandchildren whom she treasured, Mckenzie, Wally, Shyanne, Ethan, and Miles; her stepmother Margaret Davidson of Issaquah; sisters and brothers, Sandy Coultas of Olympia, Scott Davidson of Everett, Linda Wester of Lynnwood, Howard Loss of Kenmore, Bob Loss of Lake Stevens, Glenn Loss of Moses Lake, and Meg Smith of Issaquah; her beloved aunt Betty and uncle Bruce Davidson of Olympia, WA; and the rest of the Davidson clan... aunt Jeannie Whipple of Puyallup, WA; and her friend, Don Snyder of Machias, WA of whom she is eternally grateful.
Pam was born in Wenatchee and spent her whole life in Washington. Her grade school years were in Arlington; junior high in Neah Bay and Redmond; and high school in Mountlake Terrace.
She was vivacious and athletic early in life but as the medical complications mounted, that was stolen from her. Through it all, she loved God and was confident of His love for her! She was baptized in 1974 and is with her Lord Jesus now, out of harm and pain for evermore.
There is a family remembrance scheduled for the afternoon of March 19, 2011.

Published in The Herald (Everett) on Mar. 8, 2011
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