Pamela Jean Tubergen
February 18, 1948 – November 28, 2018
Pamela Jean Tubergen, age 70, passed away on November 28, 2018. Beloved sister of Charma (Jimmie) Butler and Mary (Fred) Zink. Predeceased by brother Michael McCall. Loving aunt of Frederick (Michelle) Zink, Jason (Janice) Zink, and Candice (Charlie) Reeves. Great aunt of Lexi, Lily, Jayla, Juliet, Lauren, Jack, and Camryn. Pamela will also be dearly missed by many friends and acquaintances.
Visitation will be held on Monday, December 3, 2018 from 3:00 pm until 8:00 pm with a Funeral Service starting at 6:30 pm at Kaul Funeral Home, 27830 Gratiot Ave. Roseville. Please share a memory with the family at http://www.kaulfuneralhome.com
- Charma (Jimmie) Butler, Sister
- Mary (Fred) Zink, Sister
- The late Michael McCall, Brother
- Frederick (Michelle) Zink, Nephew
- Jason (Janice) Zink, Nephew
- Candice (Charlie) Reeves, Niece
- Great aunt of Lexi, Lily, Jayla, Juliet, Lauren, Jack, and Camryn. Pamela will also be dearly missed by many friends and acquaintances.
- Visitation Monday, December 3, 2018
- Funeral Service Monday, December 3, 2018
Pamela Jean Tubergen
December 2, 2018
Pam was soon to be 8 years old when I was born and Mom often told me that I was her little dolly. She fed me, gave me my bottle, rocked me to sleep, my other perfect little Mommy. By the time I started kindergarten, I knew my ABC's and 123's, she was my first and best teacher. School was always pretty easy for me because of Pam. Throughout the years, there were countless hours of coloring, playing with Barbie and play school. When Pam was 19, her boyfriend invited her to a weekend in Chicago. Yes, I called it, she came back with an engagement ring on her finger. Soon she was married and off to Chicago with her new hubby. Time stopped for both of us while she was gone. For me, I missed my best friend and for her, I stayed 11 yrs. old. When I was 16, she bought me Easy Bake oven cake mixes for Christmas, our Mom had to gently tell her that I wasn't 11 years old anymore, LOL! When she finally came back home from Chicago I had my buddy back and the rest is history. I have felt her love all my life and will miss her terribly. I will see her again one day and that thought makes me so happy and comforts me now, I love you so much Sissy!
December 1, 2018
To the family of Pamela,
I want to take the time to express my sincerest condolences. In June of 2010 my husband and I bought our very first home and we're blessed to have Pam as our very first neighbor. For 7 years we have spent countless hours talking to one another at the meeting point of our property lines. We talked about family, jobs and the weather. Conversation was always welcomed and came easy for us
Pam has looked out for our home when we went on vacation, and sent my girls Santa letters every year since they were born. She was a wonderful women and we are saddened by the news of her passing. We are blessed to be so lucky to have lived next door to her for all those years.
You are in our thoughts
Allen, Salena, Allie and Jessie Christian
Chuck & Debbie Ross
November 29, 2018
We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to the Family. I (Chuck) met Pam in the early 80's when Pam worked for the Marine Corps League,& I worked down the hall for AMVETS. She was a good hearted person & was a joy to be around. We will always keep her in our thoughts as a true friend.