Hoecker Harald
Dear Pam
as a wonderful woman and a very good friend to us we like to bring up some memories. When we moved to the US in 1987 we first met you thru the "women new comers Club" and thru the Girls in the Play Group with our daughter Anna-Lena. The Kids had a lot of fun together in common afternoons , out door Events , birthday parties and other acitivities. In the summer we remember the Barbecues where you even enjoied German beer for the first time. You were of great support to Katharina when her sister died -taking care of all of us! We also remember various christmas parties of our families especially when the girls gave various carols. We remember you as a remarkable Person helping us during our stay in the US in all Kind of situations like the birth of our son Max and when Katharina had quite a serious inflamation of her breast. When we moved back to Germany we send letters and Christmas parcels back and forth , so the intense contact maintained thru all the years.You visited us and we were so happy to see you in the States during the wedding of Michelle and Andrew. We will miss you and we will Keep all these lovely memories with you in our heart . Katharina & Harald
Ted Smith
Pam and Greg arrived in Chatham around the same time as us, we both had two young girls and so a match was made. Pam was a person with a generous and giving heart, spending holidays and spare time in soup kitchens or giving someone that hug that they needed. It is hard to think of such a bright light being lost.
Much love to you all
Ted and Jo
Bob Woolgar
Bob & Ann Woolgar, Melbourne, Australia
We first met Pam with Greg over 35 years ago. Although we have lived many miles apart since then, our friendship has remained over the many years that we have known Greg & Pam. We will always hold our memories of Pam amongst our most cherished, be they of a New Year’s Eve together on Phillip Island in Australia, a dinner in New York or the sharing of the Christmas news letters and phone calls. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.
Ann Watkins
To dear Pam’s family, Greg and girls, and to Brian and Bob and their families we sent our heart felt love and hugs to you all at this sad time.
Although we have not seen Pam over the years we have stayed informed of her whereabouts and adventures through her brothers Brian and Bob. It is so pleasing to hear of the fulfilling and successful life Pam has shared with her family and friends despite the health problems she carried. Fond memories remain of the happy times we spent watching Pam love and care for our baby daughter Alicia. Many fun times and laughs were shared. She was a caring gentle and loving young lady then as it appears she carried throughout her whole life. Know we are thinking of you all and we send our sincere condolences. Love from Pam’s cousin Bruce and his wife Ann from Adelaide Australia.
Ann Watkins
Ann Watkins
Although we have not seen Pam over the years we hold loving memories of a gorgeous girl growing up. I fondly remember you playing and loving our daughter Alicia when she was a baby. Then you were a gentle caring and loving young lady who grew to be that same gentle caring and loving wife mother and friend to many. We are so glad you lead such a full filling successful and happy life through so much adversity health wise. At peace now it is lovely to feel Pam has left such lasting loving memories her family will carry forever. To Greg and girls and to Rob and Brian our sincere sympathies to you and please know warm hugs and our love are sent to you all at this sad time. Love from Pam’s cousin Bruce and wife Ann in Australia