Patricia "Pam" Ann (Mackie) Hallock
October 23, 1931 – November 25, 2019
Pam, of Mountlake Terrace, passed away 25 Nov 2019 in Edmonds, WA. Born to Edward V. Mackie & Henrietta Elizabeth Walker in Seattle in 1931. She just celebrated her 88th birthday 23 Oct.
Preceded in death in 2011 by her loving husband of 56 years, Bill, and surviving children: Greg (Jill); Doug (Eileen); Lynda Janson; Janis (John) Morrison; Brad (Karen); a sister, Edwina (Mackie) Benham; grandchildren, Vonita (Chris) Francisco, Bruce & Michael Hallock, Tim and Kimberly Janson & Stephanie Carlson; Karina (Dorian) Dominguez, John (Jessica), Kelly, William (Amber) Morrison; Karleen, Sabrina (Aaron) Engbrecht and Jesse (Viki) Hallock; great grandchildren, Emily Francisco, Jadeyn & Emelia Baker, Athena & Killian Dominguez, Corban Engbrecht; and nephews Scott and David Benham.
Pam was a loving and dedicated daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and great grandma (GG). She kept up on her correspondence with friends and family - near and far. She loved to travel! At 21 years old, she traveled by Greyhound bus from Seattle to New York and then by ship to England to visit a pen pal. She went to Cusco and walked the ruins of Machu Picchu to the Hitching Post to the Sun; and enjoyed seeing wildlife in the jungles in Peru. She traveled to Scotland, Denmark and Canada, and a 32 day genealogy bus trip through New England’s colorful fall leaves and toured on the Maid of the Mist at Niagara Falls.
She was a recognized volunteer leader in the community for her children’s school, receiving the PTA Golden Acorn Award and a Living Legend Award for Community Service from Edmonds School District. She was involved in the Daughters of the American Revolution, serving several different chapter offices, and one state office. Pam and Bill celebrated their Scottish heritage, holding down the Clan MacKay booth at many Highland Game events.
Her hobbies included bird watching, reading, watching baseball on t. v., bingo, and she enjoyed photography. She loved to eat out! Her favorites were seafood, Thai, steak, lobster and ribs.
Pam will be remembered for her kindness, dedication and her willingness to help others.
A memorial service will be held at Purdy and Walters, Floral Hills Friday April 3rd 2020 at 2pm.
In lieu of flowers, please honor her memory with a donation to your local or favorite charity.
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm