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Pamela Eileen Brown (Schmidt)

Pamela Eileen Brown, of Langhorne, PA died unexpectedly on Tuesday, January 26, 2021. She was 49 years old.

Dearly loved wife of Timothy D. Brown; the couple shared 7 years of laughter, friendship and love. Pam was also the doting “Dog Mom” to her beloved Lansing.

Pamela is the daughter of the late Frederick Schmidt and the late Margaret Boyle Schmidt. Pamela was raised in Philadelphia, PA.

Known for being the true core of her family, Pamela was the “go-to” person when a loved one needed help. Having faced some of her own adversity in life allowed her to, unknowingly, be the best confidante in times of trouble. She was strong, charismatic and passionate about her friends and family; she will be missed for her strength, quick wit, sense of humor and caring nature. 

Pamela, or “Pamy” as she was known by her siblings and friends, is also survived by her brother Matthew W. Schmidt and sister, Lauren M. Schmidt; her step-mother, Diana Schmidt and many loving extended family members and friends.

Relatives and friends are invited to greet Pamela’s family on Wednesday, February 3, 2021 from 9:30am, until the time of her Funeral Mass, 10:30am, at Resurrection of Our Lord Church at 2000 Shelmire Avenue in Philadelphia, PA 19152. Pamela’s interment will take place privately.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) PO Box 49104 in Baltimore, MD 21297 or at donate.nami.org

 

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  • Morning Visitation

    Wednesday, February 3rd
    9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

    Resurrection of Our Lord Church
    2000 Shelmire Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19152

  • Funeral Mass

    Wednesday, February 3rd
    10:30 AM

    Resurrection of Our Lord Church
    2000 Shelmire Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19152

  • Interment Will Be Private

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