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Condolences for Pamela Eileen Brown (Schmidt)

Natalie WelchFriday, January 29th

May you Rest In Peace Pam. So many of us had the great fortune to know you and spend some wonderful times together. I’m so sorry for your friends and family who must endure an unimaginable loss. Much love and healing.

Judy JamesFriday, January 29th

So sorry to hear this sad news. I hope your family can find peace during this difficult time. You are in our prayers and thoughts.
Rick and Judy James.

Maureen SchmidtSaturday, January 30th

May you find strength and comfort with your family and friends during this difficult time.
Maureen Schmidt

Joe SilvaSaturday, January 30th

I'm privileged to know Pam's sister Lauren. My heartfelt sympathy during this time and pray for your healing.

Jen LamanteerMonday, February 1st

I’m so sorry to hear of Pam’s passing. What I will remember most about Pam is her love for her mother and family. She always spoke so highly of her mom through Facebook posts. I reached out to her and commented that I hoped my children would look up to me as much as she did to her mom. She told me they would. I will remember that always. Her reunion with her mother and father must have been spectacular. My sincere condolences to her family. You will be in my prayers.

Kelly and John CarrieriTuesday, February 2nd

Such an absolute Beautiful Person. I am so very sorry for your loss. We are praying for the family.

Danielle, Dan, Ella & Daniel O’DriscollThursday, February 4th

The world has lost a wonderful person and I have lost a dear friend. Pamy, there will never be anyone else quite like you! May you rest peacefully with all the loved ones who went before you. We will truly miss you forever.

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