To Brian, the Docksteader family and Janice Richards, please accept my deepest condolences for your loss. Losing Pamela, who was a wife, a mother and a sister is one of the most difficult losses we can have. I didn't know Pamela personally, but I feel the grief through Janice.
Brian and family, My prayers are with you at this time, I just learned today of Pam's passing. She will be greatly missed from all accounts. The Lord is walking with you at this time as Psalm 23 states.
To you Brian and your family, I send my deepest condolences on the loss of your dearest Pamela. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time of deep sorrow and sadness
Clare Pulford (Friend of Janice’s) Toronto
Condolences to the whole family.I knew of Pamela through Jan Richards,who was very fond of her. I know therefore that Pam was a kind soul and an admirable person.
She will be missed by all who knew her. I wish I had known her. I share Jan’s sorrow and family and friends’ deep sorrow. Lorenzo Dragonieri,Mississauga
How lucky am I to have had Pamela in my life for more than fifty some odd years… Always one to bring laughter and joy to our family gatherings, her loyalty and devotion to her family were reflective of the loving human being whom she was. She lives on within me!
Dear Brian and family I am so sorry to hear through Jan about the passing of your Dear Wife and Mother Pamela. I am reflecting on spending time with her at my Dad and Janice's wedding and thinking of how warm and comfortable she made those around her feel. Thinking of you all.
I can’t truly express the sorrow I feel right now. I’ve known Pam (she recently wanted us to call her Pamela but years of Pam are hard to give up) since I was 17. I’m 67. We met at Royal Trust in Kingston. Brian was a resident. We managed to end up in Calgary for 12 years and whenever I returned to visit, managed lunch out with our third Royal trust musketeer judy. Pam was a truly good Christian and lived for her family. Perhaps it’s true that only the good die young. My heart aches for her husband, children and grandchildren. She will be so missed. I have wonderful memories of our times together and many many lunches staying in touch and solving life’s mysteries. I will never forget her and the goodness of her Christian spirit and friendship. May God Bless. Till we meet again my friend
My sincere sympathy to the family of Pam . She was one of my favourite parents . I had the honor to teach the three children at Simon Fraser jr High and Tom Baines school . So supportive and caring and the children reflected her values . They were so lucky to have her as a mother . My thoughts are with her husband as well who will miss her quiet ways so much . Much love , Peggy Schieman