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Pamela J. Jaquay

October 31, 1949March 19, 2020
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Mrs. Pamela Jo Jaquay, 70, of Katy, Texas passed away peacefully on March 19, 2020 surrounded by her loving family.

Pam was born in Big Springs, Texas on October 31, 1949 to Mona and Grady Spruell. Pam was a long time resident of Katy, Texas after moving to Katy in 1977. She began working at Memorial Hermann Health System in 1977 in the laboratory at Memorial Southwest Hospital. She moved to the Information Systems Department in 1993 to work on the Cerner Core team. She met many longtime friends while working at Memorial Hermann, both in the lab as well as in ISD.

Pam loved her grandchildren with all of her heart. She was an amazing Nana to all of her grandchildren and raised her oldest grandson Steven Jaquay. She loved to watch Christian and Riley play baseball. When she was unable to attend the games she always followed them online. She was very proud of Colby and his scholastic work, and loved to attend his school awards and National Junior Honor Society banquet. She also loved to watch her granddaughter Addison do gymnastics, as well as playing baby shark with her youngest granddaughter Harper. She was very excited to find out she would soon be a great grandmother to Sylas Jaquay.

Mrs. Pamela Jaquay was proceeded in death by her loving husband Steven Ray Jaquay, as well as her parents Mona and Grady Spruell. She is survived by her son Glen Jaquay and wife Carrie, and Michelle Buesing and husband Kirby both of Katy, TX; her 4 grandsons Steven Jaquay and fiancé Stephanie Wittenbrook, Colby Jaquay, Christian Jaquay and Riley Jaquay; her 2 granddaughters Addison Buesing and Harper Jaquay; and her soon to be born great grandson Sylas Jaquay.

The Jaquay/Buesing family would like to give a special thanks to Harbor Hospice and staff who took great care of her in her final days of life.


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Fran Reece Lundgren

March 26, 2020

To the family of Pam, so sorry for your loss. I worked with Pam in chemistry lab at Memorial. I have many memories of her. We were a great group, at the time most of us were young working mothers. I remember you Michelle and Glenn as young children. My girls, Kelley and Angela sometimes babysat you as we also lived in Katy. I know it is difficult to loss your mother. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Fran Lundgren

John Williams

March 25, 2020


Pam was one of the first i met when I went to work for Memorial, she was very nice to me from day one and for many many years after that.

I am very grateful that she was a part of my life, and now i have her amazing daughter that i have grown very close to !!

Love you ,


Fonda Hilburn

March 24, 2020

Michelle & Glenn,
Your Mom was a very special lady. She had a giving, generous & loving heart for all she knew & met. The love of her life was her family. She loved & was so proud of all of you! I am so grateful & honored to have known your Mom & to be able to call her my friend. RIP, my dear friend. I miss you.

T Ryan

March 23, 2020

Pam was a great friend and a wonderful mentor to me. So many great memories of birthdays, dinners, office parties, but the best was how she loved a great prank. I know she is already missed terribly along with her ability to embarrass her children which, was was legendary.
Rest in peace my friend.

Renee Turner

March 23, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Hugs and love sweet girl.

Mandy Freeman

March 22, 2020

Some people are truly amazing and that was Pam. I remember the very first time I met her, she happily gave me some of her clothes to help me out. She was one of the most caring and generous people I’d ever met. The world has lost a great treasure.

Bonnie Fournier

March 21, 2020

Pam was an awesome lady and Nana. We were blessed to know Pam and live in the same neighborhood. My son Steven and her grandson Steven grew up together and became best friends. I respect and admire the sacrifices she made to raise Steven to be an awesome young man. She had so much love for him and treated his friends as her own. My son also called her Nana. We thank her for the love and fun she gave to all she knew. She was loved and will be missed.

Our sincere sympathy and prayers to her family and friends for their loss. From the Fournier family with love.

Mali Cole

March 21, 2020

I feel so honored to have been loved by Pam. With my mom thousands of miles away, she always took special care , even taking me to surgery once. She was a fantastic woman whom I adored and she will be sorely missed. Thank you Pam for always making me feel comfortable with you and your family.

Jennifer Bonilla

March 21, 2020

Pam was a great fisherlady. She showed us how to bait a hook, release a fish and when the best times to catch a fish were. She was patient with us and made us feel like family. We will miss her. Our condolences to her family and loved ones.

Kellie Hedlund

March 20, 2020

Pam taught me so much working at Memorial Hermann. I always admired and respected her. She is someone who you could count on to help and stand up when it came to doing the right thing. Many memories in her office figuring out interface problems. I remember late nights resending lab results with her. I miss her already. She was a blessing in my life and taught me how to stand up for myself. So grateful that God had our paths cross.

Blessings, Kellie Hedlund