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While holding hands with my beautiful wife, Pamela peacefully passed away. She was the best wife a husband could ever want. She was a great mother to her daughter Breanne (Ryan) and son Colby (Meghan). She loved her grandkids Kayla, Kaden, London, Appollo and Sire very much. All she wanted to do was give and she never expected to receive. She will be dearly missed and forever loved.
Pamela was born in Montreal on November 10, 1958 to Dorothy and Jules DeBrouwere, whom have both passed. She married her husband Brian on August 4, 1978 in Calgary. Pamela worked for Great West Life for many years and the last 10 years or so worked with Pierre Campeau with Manulife. She loved that job very much and made many friends. I'm sure she will be missed.
She is survived by her brothers Ronald (Debbie), Robert (Annie), Roland and sister Pat (Rick). She also had numerous nieces and nephews.
With Pamela's wishes cremation has taken place and there will be no service.
The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses and aides at the Concordia Hospital and Health Sciences Centre for their loving care, and CancerCare Manitoba.

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Nov 19, 2022

Condolences & Memories (6 entries)

  • So sorry to find this out. I worked with Brian and met Pam many times. It has been many years now but I can still see her smile. Brian if you see this. We should talk. - Posted by: Gary Shiels (Old Friend) on: Apr 04, 2023

  • With a heavy heart! It is truly hard to be writing on this site. Not only was Pam a client but truly a friend. I not only looked forward to doing her nails I looked forward to our visits. Lots of times we would laugh with tears rolling down our faces. She was one of the most layed back person I knew. We would share our pride that we had for our kid's and especially our grandchildren. One of our ongoing joke's was the one when she brought Kayla with her because she had a cast on her arm, Pam was soaking for her pedicure and Kayla asked what was the name of the nail polish? Pam replied, Peel me. We all cracked up 🤣 there was never a dull moment and if there was it was because we would share our deepest concerns and love for our family 💞 I will truly miss our special time we had together ❤️. I love you my friend. - Posted by: Darlene Wright (Friend) on: Nov 21, 2022

  • I worked with Pam at Great West Life. She was always smiling and laughing. She was such a beautiful person. I lost touch with her when she went to work for an advisor. I am sorry to hear that she became sick. My condolences. She was a truly beautiful person, inside and out. - Posted by: Teresa L NEGRICH (Co-worker at Great West Life) on: Nov 20, 2022

  • Very sorry to hear this about Pam, she was always a happy pleasant person. Sorry to groan and the kids, cancer does suck ! May your broken hearts heal and you fulfill the dreams she had for you. Condolences, Maria brown - Posted by: Maria Brown (Friend) on: Nov 19, 2022

  • Grateful for the hockey sleepover breakfasts. What a fun hockey and baseball mom. I have so many great memories because she was such a wonderful woman. My condolences and love to the entire family. I’ll always remember the warmth in her smile. Thanks for everything Pam. - Posted by: Bretzky (Friend ) on: Nov 19, 2022

  • Sorry to hear of Pam's passing, a special person, always had a smile and will be sadly missed. - Posted by: Dave and Peggy Black (friends) on: Nov 19, 2022

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