OBITUARY

Pamela Kay Gerhardus

May 15, 1951August 30, 2019

Pamela Kay Gerhardus, age 68, of Milwaukie, Oregon passed away on Friday August 30, 2019. Pamela was born May 15, 1951.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.skylinememorialgardens.com for the Gerhardus family.

Services

  • Funeral Service Saturday, September 14, 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, September 14, 2019

Memories

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Heaven Wallack

September 8, 2019

Heaven Wallack

September 8, 2019

I always remember when I was younger, she and I would bake all the time. It was one of the many things I loved to do with her. Not only the company, but the secure feeling of knowing she’d always be here! We’d shop till we dropped. Then come home to watch TV shows together until I fell asleep. You also started and shared my passion for horses and for that I will be forever grateful! Grandma I miss you more and more everyday. The fact that you aren’t here on Earth to live out the rest of your life is devastating, but knowing to you are in comforting hands with god is all I will ever need! I love you to the moon all the way to the bottom of the ocean. I love you the most!! ❤️💜

Pam DeLong

September 7, 2019

Pam was and shall always be the beacon shining brightly to show her family the way to go. Their seems to be no limit of how much she loved her family. The way her eyes would light up sa she watched Heaven on a horse or the boys having fun with Grandpa. I will never forget you Pam or the lessons you taught.

Candice Thiel

September 6, 2019

Pam, I will always hold your memory close to my heart.
You were one of a kind and will be greatly missed. Love you always.

Shari Porter

September 6, 2019

Oh wow where do We start... I know you at one time dated my uncle Mike. But remained good friends other then that I remember Christmas at my grandpa’s house with grandma Lucky. What a loving family. Aunt Pam And Aunt Linda And Uncle Steve. As I was young trying to understand everything it didn’t matter cuz of this family that took care of all the family. It was my mom’s sister’s and Brother. What a family never to forget. My Mom Vivian and my sister Amy with her daughter Jayvian who has spent the last many years at Easter with this family we do not want to ever forget our memories. We want the family to continue to connect with us for the rest of our lives... Lorentzen Family and extended family we love you all. ❤️

Jen Hickman

September 3, 2019

Pammy, I will always remember your laugh, your kindness, your huge heart. You loved EVERYONE and were so good with all the kiddos. My son loves you and in the last days of your life u still took the time to color with him and let him boss you around by telling u what colors you could use lol. You will always be mamuh pam. We love and miss you so much. Although we are very sad right now, we know you are where u want to be. Rest well mama.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY