It is with profound sorrow that Pam’s family announces her passing on Friday, December 4, 2020 at the age of 59. Although unexpected and too soon, she left us peacefully in the comfort of her home.
Pam leaves behind her loving husband Michael of 33 years, and her children Jordan (Leah Elliott), Kaitlyn (Jessie Butorac) and Chelsea (Andrew Pucci) who were truly the light of her life.
Pam has joined her parents Robert “Moon” & Wilma McMullin and her parents-in-law Leslie & Mary Lundrigan in heaven. She also joins her beloved grandmother, the late Catherine “Nanny” Corrigan. She will be deeply missed by her siblings Penny Lyn Andrews (Michael), Pauline Spry, Trish Barber (Travis), Robert McMullin (Kelly), and her sister-in-laws Nancy Marshall (Henry) and Cathie DuBois (Terry).
Pam was a fun-loving, caring and thoughtful aunt to her nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephew. She will also be missed by her aunts, uncles and cousins.
Pam loved corny jokes, cold weather, and going to the movie theater. She was a talented seamstress (although she never would have admitted it) and had sewn bridesmaid dresses, graduation gowns, and when her children were young, all their halloween costumes. She would knit the coziest wool sweaters for her family and was well known by her children’s classmates as the mom that baked the best birthday and holiday treats.
Many laughs were shared while spending time with her family at the camp on Old Mill Bay where they would barbecue, swim, and create lasting memories playing cards or long games of monopoly. Even when unwanted critters made their way into the camp, she would never harm any of God’s creatures, and would use her hand or a container to capture them and gently put them outside where they would be safe. Her boundless optimism, generosity and loyalty will always be remembered.
She leaves a legacy to her family, friends and co-workers of kindness, compassion and a strong belief in fairness to all.
A private family visitation was held on Friday, December 11, 2020 at the Arthur Funeral Home – Barton & Kiteley Chapel (492 Wellington St. E 705 759 2522).
Memorial donations (payable by cheque or online) to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.
“A mom’s hug lasts long after she lets go.”