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34 comments on “Pamela Richards”

  1. So sad that Pam has passed away and leaves her dearly loved family. Her golf friends will also miss her. I remember how keen she was on golf and the many golf trips we had away that were always full of fun and Pam’s delightful laugh. When she stopped playing golf Pam still came to lunch nearly every Thursday and as a well loved Life Member she was always warmly welcomed.

  2. Pam was always good company company at choir practice. The arrival of her ‘ Chat Books’ from the US, crammed with so many happy family photos gave her much pleasure. I enjoyed sharing them with her. I’m glad to have known her.

  3. Farewell to a much loved chorister who has joined the Heavenly choir. Pam was unassuming; humble, with a great sense of humour; a positive approach to life and a loving Mum to Edward, Andrew and families in America. Her companionship, smile and musical conribution, will be sadly missed by Treble Tones but memories will stay forever in our hearts and voices.

  4. Thank you for the friendship and guidance you gave to me in my early working years @Whitehorse Council (late 90’s).
    Your patience, kindness and gentle soul will always be remembered.

  5. Very fond memories working with Pam at WHCC Forest Hill. A beautiful lady with a passion for life. Condolences to Pams family, she will be missed xoxo

  6. Farewell dear Pam, Thank you for the advice and assistance you gave me over the years but also for your friendship with all of us at the Ivanhoe Ladies Golf Club. We always enjoyed seeing you when you called in to the Club in time to share lunch with us after our game of golf and to talk about your trips to America to see your beloved families. You will be sadly missed.

  7. Farewell to my beautiful friend and work colleague Pam. I will dearly miss our in depth discussions, especially on a quiet Saturday morning working at Forest Hill Service Centre. We connected with our love of reading and couldn’t wait to discuss the latest J.D. Robb novel, a murder series…who would have thought! Pam loved to share her family photos, her travel stories and days of old, and so I feel like I personally know each and everyone of you…and I am so sorry for your loss. The immense love and pride she had in her adored twin boys and each and everyone of her family members, both in America and England was something to behold. I feel lucky to have caught up with Pam for lunch shortly before lock down and will always cherish her memory.

  8. Farewell to my beautiful friend and work colleague Pam. I will dearly miss our in depth discussions, especially on a quiet Saturday morning working at Forest Hill Service Centre. We connected with our love of reading and couldn’t wait to discuss the latest J.D. Robb novel, a murder series…who would have thought! Pam loved to share her family photos, her travel stories and days of old, and so I feel like I personally know each and everyone of you…and I am so sorry for your loss. The immense love and pride she had in her adored twin boys and each and everyone of her family members, both in America and England was something to behold. I feel lucky to have caught up with Pam for lunch shortly before lock down and will always cherish her memory.

  9. Farewell Pam. A lovely celebration of your life , you were indeed quite the adventurer. We always had great conversations about holidays in the making. We both enjoyed looking at photos of our individual travels. Lovely memories of our working life together.
    Rest Easy .

  10. We have shared some wonderful times together Pam with work and scrapbooking, your love of your family and friends was always so incredibly special. Sincere condolences to Andrew, Edward and families.

  11. Andrew and Edward,

    Thanks to both of you we had the pleasure of meeting both your parents. After having met them, it is easy to see where your best attributes came from. Kindness, loyalty, resourcefulness, generosity and many more. They are the greatest gifts that a parent can give their children. They helped make you the exceptional people that you are.

    We treasure your friendship and the happy memories of our time with Pam and Ed.

  12. What a wonderful service to remember the life of Pam. She was a gentle lady who loved her family and they loved her. She will never be forgotten. Her life is an inspiration to all of us. We are privileged to have known her.
    All our love to Andrew, Edward and your families.

  13. With birthdays yet one day apart, the times we worked together were spent in discussions about the latest books we were reading, the scrapbooking you were meticulously undertaking, and updates on your cherished grandchildren. Your smile was a gift not taken for granted, something to be proud to receive.
    To her family, know how truly loved you were, despite distance, love never diminishes.

  14. I am Emily and sang with Pam in the Box Hill Chorale. Pam was always so welcoming and friendly and would go out of her way to help someone who needed it. I loved her chuckle and I will remember her that way, giggling at something occurring in rehearsals. It was a beautiful service and I was glad to learn more about her early life and family.
    My best wishes to Edward and Andrew and families.

  15. As the Scout Leader of her two boys, I can attest that not only was Pam a lovely lady but also a nurturing and supportive mother. And, apparently, was never fussed by all the Land Rovers in the driveway!

  16. A special service to remember a speciallady who will leave so many friends with warm memories. We all knew how very greatly Pam loved her family and looked forward to being with them, when able to travel. We also knew of her great love of singing and reading. All at Ivanhoe L.G.C. will miss Pam’s lunchtime visits, when she was no longer playing and those of us fortunate enough to have played with her will remember her determination and enjoyment in playing. Her lovely, warm smile not only made Pam’s face light up had the same effect on those enjoying her company.
    Vale Pam.

  17. Farewell Pam, Thank you for the advice and assistance you gave me over the years but also your friendship with all at the Ivanhoe Ladies Golf Club. I always enjoyed seeing you when you called in to the Club in time to share lunch with us after our game of golf and to talk about your trips to America to see your beloved families. You will be sadly missed.

  18. Farewell Pam, Ryan and I have fond memories of you, at Forest Hill when we would pop in for a chat and a biscuit xx
    Rest In Peace

  19. A beautiful service. We will remember Pam and always hear her laughter ringing in our hearts,
    Deepest condolences and love to the family.

  20. Pam, I will always remember your lovely smile, very weak coffee after aqua and your love of your family and grandchildren. Also your beautiful voice uplifted in song with the choirs.

    R.I.P. Pam

  21. Larry and Marcia Coy (co-inlaws)

    Goodbye Pam. We wish we could have known you better. We’ll take good care of the grandchildren for you.
    A lovely tribute.

  22. As the Scout Leader of her two boys, I can attest that not only was Pam a lovely lady but also a nurturing and supportive mother. And, apparently, was never fussed by all the Land Rovers in the driveway!.

  23. Such a beautiful celebration of your mum’s life, so lovely to hear all your stories and her friends memories. You’ve done her proud.

    lots of love
    Carole, John and Alex
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  24. Dear Edward Andrew and family,
    I wish to express my deepest condolences on the passing of your truly loved mum Pam. She was one of the kindest, gentle and caring people I had the privilege of not only working with but as a friend. My love and thoughts go out to you both and your beautiful families.
    What a beautiful tribute to her, she would be so proud.

    RIP Pam xo

  25. Pam touched many lives during her working years at Whitehorse and I feel blessed to have been in your company. Until we meet again lovely Pam, rest.

  26. Vale to a beautiful human being who I will remember with much affection. My condolences to Andrew, Edward and family – you were much loved and Pam was always so very proud of your achievements both personal and professional.

  27. Good bye to a lovely friend, I will always remember and cherish the stories you told me and the love of books that we shared our thoughts. Rest in peace

  28. Our Days working together at Forest Hill will always be remembered, and the many Christmas get togethers we enjoyed together.

  29. Good bye our beautiful friend. Memories of our wonderful times in Customer Service Whitehorse will stay in my heart forever.

  30. Farewell to a loved colleague and friend. Pam’s legacy will shine on at Whitehorse and she will be particularly long remembered at Forest Hill

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