Pamela Suzette Lane
Pamela Suzette Lane, 55, passed away peacefully March 6, 2009, with her two daughters by her side in Denver.
Pam was born Oct. 6, 1953, in Pasadena, Calif., to Charles and Patricia (Tate) Lane. Pam grew up in Pomona, Calif., before heading to Vancouver, Wash., eventually making Colorado home in 1982.
She was a resident of Glenwood Springs for 22 years, and had always considered Glenwood her home.
Pam loved to cook and spend time with her family, especially her grandchildren, whom she adored.
Pam was filled with love and laughter; she had the kind of laugh that would light up the room. Pam always had a smile on her face and a joke to tell.
Pam is survived by her daughters Nicole (Joel) Biggs of Denver, and Amber (Daniel) Stoddard of Glenwood Springs; brothers Jeff (Sheila) Lane of Rio Rancho, N.M., Scott Lane of St. George, Utah., and Mathew Arnette of St. George; grandchildren Ashlie, Shawn, Alex, and Daphne; best friend and sister at heart, Pam Johnson of Glenwood Springs; many nieces and nephews and so many friends who loved her.
She was preceded in death by her father, mother, and sister Janet Engstrom.
Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 28, at The First Presbyterian Church, 1016 Cooper Ave. in Glenwood Springs.
A celebration of Pam’s life will immediately follow at The Fraternal Order of Eagles on Seventh Street in downtown Glenwood Springs. Please bring a dish for the potluck, and your favorite story about Pam, we’ll supply her famous tacos.
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