Pamela Deane

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Pamela Deane

December 8, 1938 - February 12, 2021

Peacefully on Friday, February 12, 2021 at Ed’s House, Cobourg, in her 83rd year. Beloved wife of Robert. Loving mother of Andrew (Karin) and Michael (Audrey Adams). Cherished grandmother of Melissa, Madeline and Noelle and the late William. Dear sister of the late Tony (the late Patricia) Houghton. A private memorial service will take place at St. George’s Anglican Church in Grafton. Spring interment St. George’s Cemetery, Grafton. Donations to Ed’s House Northumberland Hospice or St. George’s Anglican Church, Grafton (e-transfer - would be appreciated by the family.

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Ann Marie Mac Donald - February 23, 2021 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Ed's House Northumberland Hospice Care Centre

Rev. Ed Cachia - February 17, 2021 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

St. George's Anglican Church, Grafton

Francis and Lynn Prentice - February 16, 2021

Bob, we are so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort knowing that Pam is at peace and pain free. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. If you should need a hand with anything, feel free to give us a call. Francis and Lynn Prentice

Bernadette (Lawless) Gatien - February 15, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved wife & mother of your family. May the many happy memories you have of her sustain you at this sad time. My thoughts & prayers are with you. Sincerely Bernadette (Lawless) Gatien

Bernadette Murray and Michael Stephenson - February 15, 2021

Bob: Please know that we have been thinking and praying for you both. Michael and I have a shared memory of the time years ago when we took part in the door-to-door Christmas carolling that took place in the village days before Christmas. It was a shared initiative between people of all understandings faiths and affiliations. When the group of about 10 rang the doorbell, you and Pam came to the door (which was bordered by holly and ivy and light) and you listened together. Your arm was around her and she was leaning on your shoulder and you were both smiling with delight! I thought at the time that this truly a “safe as houses” tableaux. And it will always be because you both gave love a home in the heart of our hamlet.

Holly Labow - February 15, 2021

Dear Bob, I read with sadness of Pam's passing, and will be thinking of you during this difficult time of grieving. I always enjoyed talking with Pam when she came for her spa appointments. She was such a kind and thoughtful person, and her love for you, and for her family was apparent. I know how much she will be deeply missed. Sincerely, Holly Labow

Rev.Edward Cachia and Janina Lis. - February 14, 2021

Dear Bob and Family....our deepest sympathy for the loss of our dear Pam. We knew Pam since 2011.As her Parish priest,I was always impressed and edified by her strength, courage, deep faith in the Lord and fortitude in times of suffering. Her quiet demeanor and warmth touched our lives in a very special way. May she rest in peace.

Cheryl & Pat McCoy - February 14, 2021

We are saddened to hear of Pam's passing. Condolences to you Bob and all of your family. Take care of each other.

Shelly Nelson - February 14, 2021

So sorry to hear about Pamela”s passing. Bob you were such a great advocate for her. Hugs to you Bob and family

Sherry Gibson - February 13, 2021

Dear Bob and family, I am sorry for your loss and will be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

Cathie Edison - February 13, 2021

So very sorry to hear that Mrs. Deane has passed. My thoughts are with you and all of your family.u

Amy Quinn - February 13, 2021

I am saddened to lose a great neighbour and a friend whom I loved speaking with over the hedge about life, birds and flowers. Pam was keen, quick and ever ready with a smile.