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Keith & Keith Funeral Home

902 West Yakima Ave, Yakima, WA

OBITUARY

Pamela Gail Hunter

October 29, 1955September 3, 2020

Pamela Gail Hunter was born on October 29, 1955 and passed away on September 3, 2020 and is under the care of Keith & Keith Funeral Home.

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Patti Jo McGrath

September 15, 2020

Pam brightened every day just a little with that big happy smile she offered freely to everyone. We all need more Pams in our lives to remind us that each day is a gift and smiles are free. Love you Pam, Rest In Peace my friend.

Carla Case

September 10, 2020

Pam was a joy to know and work with. She was a hard worker and always would always offer to help everyone. Many times she didn't have much but was always generous. I will truly miss her and her humor.

Vanessa Eldridge

September 8, 2020

Aaaaah, Pam. A great face to see at the tele monitors!

Rob Fitzgerald

September 7, 2020

May her memory be eternal.

What a kind soul Pam was. A gift giver, a listener with a big heart.

I will miss her notes and Christmas cards (always very early). I will miss her smile and her updates.

Rob


Maureen Ritter

September 7, 2020

Such a love able person. She had the best smile and that giggle🥰 such a great worker and so very kind to everyone ❤️ Always brought treats. A beautiful soul😍

Carrie Wise

September 7, 2020

She was so lovely, always a smile, even when days were hard. 🌺🌺

Sheila Tucker

September 6, 2020

If you had a conversation with Pam her first question was "How are you doing?"
She had the kindest heart! Pam cared greatly for her patients and co-workers, she brought a great work ethic to regional. She kept our unit fully stocked with everything from ibuprofen to push pins, and always something good to snack on. When she learned how to text we talked almost weekly the first question was always "how are you? " she was a genuine friend.
She spoke often about her son, daughter in law and grandchildren she loved you all so much! Her compassion for others and sweet heart will be greatly missed and never forgotten.

Stormye Presnell

September 6, 2020

on thing came immediately to mind...the smile

Anji Bryant

September 6, 2020

Pam was such a kind hearted person. I enjoyed working with her. She shared a love of canning with me and gave me a bunch of canning supplies at one time. I will always remember her smile and kindness towards everyone.

Kim Griffith

September 6, 2020

Pam was one of my favorite people. I loved working with her and she was one of my dearest friends. I always enjoyed visiting with her while I cut her hair or during our work shifts together. She will be greatly missed. Thoughts and prayers to her family.

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