OBITUARY

Pamela June Lambert

June 9, 1953June 6, 2018
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On June 6th Pamela J. Lambert passed on to be with her heavenly Father and Savior. Pamela was born in 1953 to Harlon and Joyce Milligan in Quanah, Texas.

Pamela went to college in Texas before joining the United States Army where she served as a medic and office clerk. She graduated from Yavapai College with an Associates degree and Idaho State University with a degree in education. She taught at Rigby and Gooding High Schools before spending the last 20 years teaching at Filer High School. Pamela was totally committed to helping her students succeed and preparing them for their futures.

She was preceded in death by her father. She is survived by her husband, son, daughter, daughter-in-law, three grandchildren, mother, brother and two sisters. All of whom she loved dearly.

Pamela’s passing has left a void in not just the lives of her family, but the lives of her friends, students, and community.

A celebration of Pam’s life will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at Reynolds Funeral Chapel, 2466 Addison Ave E. in Twin Falls with Weyland McClellan officiating. Military honors by the Magic Valley Honor Guard and Idaho National Guard.

The family asks that in lieu of flowers to please donate to the Filer High School chapter of Business Professionals of America. Contributions may be given to funeral chapel staff or mailed to Filer High School or Reynolds Funeral Chapel, P.O. Box 1142, Twin Falls, Idaho 83303.

Condolences may be left at www.reynoldschapel.com

  • FAMILY

  • Harlon Milligan, Father
  • Joyce Milligan, Mother
  • Lande Lambert, Husband
  • Pam is also survived by her son, daughter, daughter-in-law, 3 grandchildren and her brother

Services

  • Celebration of Pam's Life Wednesday, June 13, 2018
REMEMBERING

Pamela June Lambert

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Amy Mora

June 13, 2018

Pam was my aunt and I have several wonderful memories of her, but one of my favorites is sitting with her when she would come visit and just talking while she let me brush her hair. It seemed like we talked for hours, even though it was probably only minutes, but she always made me feel that she had time to talk to me and listen to me, no matter what was going on. I will definitely miss Aunt Pam!

Debbie Gellner

June 11, 2018

Pam, Carol, and Charlotte were more like my sisters than cousins, we all grew up together in Quanah, Texas. I can remember a time as teenagers when Pam decided not to talk to anyone for who knows how long...it drove us all crazy and we all tried everything to get her to break down and talk! She stood her ground and would not talk forever...that just shows what dedication she had in doing whatever she did! There are so many memories as kids, I couldn't begin to tell them all. You will be missed, but forever in our hearts! ❤️ Rest in peace my sweet cousin, love you always! Heaven got an amazing angel! My thoughts and prayers are with Pam's family and friends. 🙏 Love to you all!
Cousin Debbie

jo hawkins

June 11, 2018

The Hawkins family sends their thoughts and prayers to the Lambert family. We are so sorry for your loss.

sam reyes

June 10, 2018

Pam was a good teacher and helped me succeed in school. I learned a lot and will always remember everything she had taught me. GOD BLESS!

Miles Carroll

June 10, 2018

A great lady. I was honored to serve with her at CTEI. May you be blessed.
Miles Carroll

Carol McGuire

June 9, 2018

Pam was my big sister, we didn't always agree on things, but we always loved each other. What some people might not know is she was an accomplished musician. She came in first place in high school and won letter jacket. Pam played piano, base and tenor saxophone 🎷, clarinet, and taught herself to play guitar. I will miss you my sweet sister and will always hold you dear to my heart. Your loving sister in Christ and in blood. Walk with the lord!

Nancy Cheske Svandra

June 9, 2018

I met you both at Ft.Bragg, Newly married, didn't really know anyone. You treated me like a friend. We all spent good times together.
Pam, my prayers for your assention is swift .You were a great friend to me when I had none.
May God take you under his wing.
One more angel in heaven
Till we meet again...

Charlotte Milligan Folmar

June 9, 2018

My childhood memories are of a big sister that always took on the responsibilities of being the big sister. I was reminded of a sweet memory of my 2 big sisters and running between them as they yelled sweet names so I would run into each ones open arms. Memories of a sister that loved her family dearly. A dedication to teaching beyond what one could imagine. Love you to heaven Pam.

Eric Svandra (Figura)

June 9, 2018

To Pam, my fellow 429th Ambulance Company Medic and Soldier. May God Bless you forever.

I remember being with Pam and Lande in North Carolina in the Army and on several occasions visiting an animal sanctuary with lions, tigers and many others and assisting this Doctor who would help heal the animals. We would feed chickens to 550 pound tigers & 500 pound lions. We spent about 18 months being together, many times socially and professionally.

I liked Lande & Pam very much.

Please accept my deepest condolences. May she Rest In Peace.

Your friend,
Eric

FROM THE FAMILY