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Pamela Joyce Griffiths 17 June 1931 – 4 March 2020

Pamela
Griffiths’

17 June 1931 – 4 March 2020

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Alicia Jackson

Nan you are missed so much everyday. While we are still in shock that you passed so suddenly we know your heart is full again now that you are back with pop. Rest In Peace - I’ll treasure our memories everyday! Love you nan

Alicia Jackson

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Kerrie Jackson

Mum I miss you so much I have no words to truly express the way I feel Only to know you are at peace & with Dad Love both forevermore Till we meet again <3?<3?<3?

Kerrie Jackson

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Fiona and Anthony Schoonderbeek (Galvin)

We are so sorry to hear of the passing of beautiful auntie Pam. We will always fondly remember the fun and laughter we had in England when Pam and mum (Val) came to stay. From the minute we picked them up at the airport, every car trip, the “royal wedding” at the Tower of London, and the ordering of drinks in France. Anthony called them Heckle and Jekyll in the back seat. Pam approaches the trip with a childlike wonder and we all enjoyed every moment of her exuberance! So much laughter! Love to you all at this very sad time. Xxx

Fiona and Anthony Schoonderbeek (Galvin)

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