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Church & Allen Funeral Service

136 Sachem Street, Norwich, CT

OBITUARY

Pamela A Healy

May 15, 1962January 13, 2020

NORWICH – Pamela A. Healy, 57, died unexpectedly at her home on Monday, January 13th.

She was born in Concord, MA to the late Leon and Mary (Dee) Moreau Jr on May 15, 1962.

Pam married her beloved husband Craig Healy on Nov 18, 2001 in Sudbury, MA making their home together in Norwich. She last worked as a salesperson for M.J. Sullivan Auto Mall in New London. She enjoyed spending time with family, especially her grandchildren.

Besides her husband Craig, Pam is survived by her daughter; Melissa Moreau and her partner Jeremy Hickman, her grandchildren; Wesley and Bryce Hickman, her siblings; Thomas, Margaret, Leon III, Timothy, Michael, Marc, and David along with several nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held on Friday Jan 17th from 5pm to 9pm at Church & Allen Funeral Home, 136 Sachem St., Norwich, CT. Services and burial will take place at a later date and time in Concord, MA.

To leave a condolence or share a memory, please visit www.churchandallen.com

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Calling Hours / Visitation Friday, January 17, 2020

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Funeral Services at a later date in Concord, MA

Memories

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Kelly Dwinell

January 19, 2020

So sorry to hear. She can visit with Missy and my mom and reminisce about the good old days

Mark Kilmartin

January 17, 2020

Shocked and surprised! Our prayers are with Craig and Pam's family and the entire Moreau family. It was just a short time ago that we were together and talking about old memories. Our prayers are with you all. PEACE!

With love, Mark and Millie

Mark Paul

January 15, 2020

Very shocked and saddened by hearing of Pam's passing.....my condolences to Craig and Melissa (and all her family) at this time...no words....just prayers over all in such a difficult time... The smiles and laughs along with Pam's genuine concern and love of others will never be forgotten ......rest easy in eternity...

Susan Albanese-Connor

January 15, 2020

I have many wonderful High School memories with Pam, sitting by the pool and listening to Billy Joel up in the barn. High School was not easy for me, Pam's friendship and humor kept me going. It is a bright warm memory that has and will stay in my heart forever.
My deepest sympathies and love to all the family.

Bernard Dee

January 15, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Moreau family. Mary & I wish you faith and strength and you will always be in our prayers.

Bob and Maureen Steinmann

January 15, 2020

So difficult to find the right words. Our hearts and prayers go out to Craig and all of Pam's family. With our deepest sympathy, Bob and Maureen

Veronica Orpik

January 14, 2020

Dear Moreau family , I am so very sorry to hear of Pams passing .
May she Rest In Peace now with her beloved mother and father.
Peace and love,
Riki Orpik

Sherry Dee Mobley

January 14, 2020

Dear Craig, Melissa & all the Moreau family,
I’m so saddened to hear of Pam’s death. A few months ago she joined our little cousins group on Facebook. I was gleeful to have her involved and showing interest in family history. I know she was a devoted wife, mom and grandma. The only consolation is that her amazing parents have welcomed her home. God Bless your family.

Rosetta Moreau

January 14, 2020

Pam words can not describe the love we have for you and the pain of suddenly loosing you. We will forever hold you in our hearts with love. How wonderful to be one of eight siblings. Oh the stories we all have! Tom and I will forever love you and hold you close in our hearts.

Mark Lambert

January 14, 2020

Pam and I were friends in High School and we both worked at the Colonial Inn in Concord, MA. Pam will be in my prayers as well as all her family.

May good memories help all of you through this difficult time.
Mark Lambert

FROM THE FAMILY