Pamela Natale

23 février 195811 septembre 2021

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Pamela Natale, 63, of New London, CT. Pam passed away in her home on September 11, 2021 after a short illness. Born in New Milford, CT on February 23, 1958, Pam is the daughter of the late James Natale and Carol (Petterson) Natale of Gales Ferry, CT.

For those who knew her best, Pam’s greatest aspiration in life was to be an artist who lived by the sea. Her passion for the arts was a lifelong commitment that spanned music, theater, crafting, and most especially, jewelry design. Her home overflowed with mementos, works of art, and the widest variety of her own personal projects, reflecting the diversity of her interests. With each project you'd always find a scrap of paper revealing a rough sketch or quick outline of the idea she was hoping to create.

Complementing her love of the arts, Pam also had a passion for travel. From her adventures across the Caribbean to her visits to Rome, Paris, and Istanbul, her curiosity about new places and cultures fueled her art, which in turn fueled her endless desire to see more and more of the world. While her photo albums rarely included portraits, they overflowed with pictures of tapestries, paintings, sculptures, and the local architecture, which invariably made their way back to New London and into one of her own works of art.

Pam will be greatly missed by her friends and colleagues, her extended family, and her two brothers, David Natale of Windsor, CT and Peter Natale of Quechee, VT.

Services will be announced at a later date.


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Pamela Natale


Cheryl Richards

20 septembre , 2021

Bill O’Donnell - Your eloquent words so perfectly represent how the world felt about Pam. As for many who had the benefit of her company, our hearts are truly missed.
Pam, you will be so deeply missed.
Rest In Peace my friend.

Cindy Cross Seibert

19 septembre , 2021

My deepest sympathy to Pam’s brothers Peter and David. I am so sorry to hear the news what a shock. I have known Pam since high school. She was such a happy go lucky girl. She grew up to be a free adult. She did everything her way. She loved to travel and was a fantastic artist may you Rest In Peace my dear friend.

Cindy Cross Seibert

Bill O’Donnell

19 septembre , 2021

Having known Pam since our teenage years, there will be a void knowing that I’ll not again have the chance to see her radiant smile. Pam was always quick with a laugh and generous with a compliment. She was (very) smart, creative, curious and talented. Well-spoken and well-read, Pam’s opinions and insights were always welcome and refreshing. A great sense of style and a great friend to those who had the pleasure of knowing her. The world was a better place for having her a part of it.

Debbie Napelitano

17 septembre , 2021

So very sad to hear this. I was her tenant for awhile and we became friends. Loved her and her home. She was so much fun and wished I got to do art with her. We always talked about it. Pam you will be sadly missed. God bless you.

Andrew Engelke

17 septembre , 2021

Oh, no!


You were feisty, confident, and could hold your own in just about any situation. I will miss our repartée.

I will miss you. .

Valerie Mayze

14 septembre , 2021

Pam was one of my managers at foxwoods. She was a strong independent woman with drive for change. I introduced her to diamond paintings while she was an agent
She will be missed!