OBITUARY

Pamela Mae Vartanian

August 16, 1953November 6, 2019

Pamela Vartanian, 66, of Buena Park, passed away November 06, 2019. She was born in Chicago on August 16, 1953 and moved to California in 1960 where she graduated from Los Alamitos High School. She met her husband, Greg Vartanian, in Yorba Linda. They were married for over 30 years until his passing in 2013. Pamela worked in aerospace for Douglas, Boeing and Zodiac Corp. Some of her favorite hobbies included gold panning and painting and had a fondness for humming birds. She is survived by her sister; Vickie Henderson and brother; Ralph Ludders Jr. Her final resting place will be in Chicago, IL, next to her father.

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Heidi Skiles

November 11, 2019

pam was so sweet & loving.
she was a pleasure to spend time with.
we all love & care about pam so much.
I miss her very much & i will never forget her.

i’m so grateful to know “families are forever!”
i look forward to the day i see pam again & give her a big hug!
i know she is with our father in heaven & happy & with her loved ones!

❤️

Jeanette Belch

November 11, 2019

Pam was our savior of our fundraising event, her artistic ability was amazing. She was the sweetest and most caring person. She was always up for a challenge. I loved going by her desk to see what new art she had on her white board.

For her family, here is a clip of all the different fundraising events she assisted us with, she used her artist skills to make some unbelievable magic. Each one of these she drew free hand and painted each year. She was amazing. My favorite was the Pirate Ship...it looked so real!

Rest in Peace Pam



Priscilla Adams

November 11, 2019

Dear Family of Pamela Mae Vartanian,
I knew this special lady as "Pam" from our days at Boeing, in Long Beach, California. I never got to know Pam outside of work but what I remember about her is that she was kind and loving to everyone around her and Pam always had a smile to share. Pam seemed to have a tender heart.

I pray Psalm 91 over you and for the peace of God to comfort you.

Stephanie McDaniel

November 11, 2019

I worked with Pam for many years. Pam was one of the sweetest and kindest human beings on this earth. She was smart with a great sense of humor, always smiling and happy. Pam also possessed a calm demeanor and a soothing tone of voice, which was greatly appreciated by her coworkers in a stressful work environment. This is the way I will remember Pam. She cared about people and would use her God given artistic talent to create unique, beautiful hand painted gifts for her friends and coworkers. Pam’s legacy lives on in the artwork she shared with others and she is sadly missed by those who love her.

Nicole Elkins

November 10, 2019

Pam was a kindhearted person whom I met when I worked in Garden Grove, CA. I was amazed by her artistic abilities and remember her painting for our company's employee events. She is missed and loved very much and I am so glad to have become one of her friends.

Hadeel Yonezawa

November 10, 2019

Hadeel Yonezawa

November 10, 2019

Barbara Russell

November 10, 2019

Pam, was the sweetest person I ever met she did love to go out to lunch with us from work .

She will surely be missed from those who new her and those who were with her doing her last days on this Earth.

Haven has there angel back blessings and comfort to her family

Much love
Barbara Russell

Hadeel Yonezawa

November 10, 2019

We give God the Glory and honor no more suffering. It’s inexpressible JOY she must be experiencing in His Presence. I can only imagine. 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼

Pam, you were so precious to me and my boys . You are sweet, funny , kind, loving , giving and had a beautiful heart to love all.

I will miss you dearly . You always made me laugh no matter what you were going through you had a beautiful spirit .

You have many gifts the boys and I will never forget your artistic gift that has blessed us tremendously

We will miss you at our Christmas gathering this year but we will remember the time you spent with us the beautiful art you have done and you will always be in our hearts .

We love you and will miss you here on earth, but we know it’s for a short time. We will see you again and worship You, King Jesus, together, for all eternity.

Love you , Hadeel , Tyler and Ryan

Vicki Henderson

November 10, 2019

Pam was always the one who would quickly come to my side if I was frustrated, crying or stomping through the house angrily. She'd listen to my childish problems and let me know that all would be well in time. She was a genuine sister, my earthly comforter, and taught me things like; boyfriends aren't the trouble they cause, you need to say you are sorry when you mess up then just let it go, and people aren't always who they seem to be.
Our mom told us that our eyes looked more beautiful after a good cry. I hope this is still true because I must be very beautiful now from the sorrow over my sister Pam.

Love you sis,
Vicki

The attached picture is Pam's home when she 1st got it, over the years she added her personal touches and loved it, it was her place of peace.

FROM THE FAMILY