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In Memory

Pam Schow - Class Of 1980 VIEW PROFILE

Pamela June Schow, 57, returned to the arms of the Savior and her loving parents on March 14, 2020 in Provo, Utah, due to complication from pneumonia. Pam was born to Stanley and June Schow on June 19, 1962 in Page, Arizona.

Pam lived her early years in Page, Arizona, while her father worked on the Glen Canyon Dam. In 1967 her family moved to Duchesne, Utah where her father helped build Starvation Reservoir. Pam loved growing up in Duchesne and made many lifelong friends. She graduated from Duchesne High School in 1980.

In 1985 Pam moved with her parents to Provo, Utah, where she spent the rest of her life in a beautiful home on the Provo River. In this life she had many gifts and talents. She loved to work in the yard and could grow almost anything. She was an artist and spent hours painting and creating beautiful artwork of all kinds. Children adored her. Pam loved cats and it was not uncommon to find several curled up on her porch knowing she would feed and take care of them. Like her mother, Pam was an excellent cook and loved trying new recipes. She was stubborn and determined to do things as independently as possible. Pam had a quick wit and a saying for about everything, claiming she learned them all from her dad. She will be greatly missed by so many.

Above all, Pam was a good friend to many and a faithful daughter of her Heavenly Father. She had a strong testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ and the plan of salvation. She looked forward to the day when she could return to her Father in Heaven and be free from the trials and physical challenges she faced every single day. She did her best and endured gracefully to the end.

Pam is survived by her sisters Sharlotte Ivie, Duchesne, UT; Karen Stannard, Oceanside, CA; Connie (Brett) Anderson, Malta, ID; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Stan and June Schow; brother-in-law Kieth Ivie, and nephews Ryan Ivie and Britton Ivie.

Special thanks to her neighbors and the members of the Lakeside 4th and 6th Wards for the hours of love, care, service and friendship you gave to Pam for many years.

A graveside service will be held on Friday, March 20, 2020 at 1:00pm at the Duchesne City Cemetery. Condolences may be offered to the family at www.walkersanderson.com.


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03/17/20 08:22 PM #1    

Janel Mudgett (1980)

"Live, Laugh, Love, and enjoy life"......these were Pam's own words in her profile question: What do you do now? And boy did Pam show everyone, everyday how to do it right.  

 I will miss our shenanigans when I came to visit you.  I will miss your contagious sense of humor and all of our laughter as well as all of our tears--most of the time our tears came from laughing until we cried!!!  Love you Pamelita and will miss you more.  


03/18/20 02:27 PM #2    

Melinda Elliott (Clark) (1979)

I am so sorry to hear about Pam's passing, I didn't know her well but I did know her from high school. She was a sweet lovely girl. RIP girl. 

03/20/20 03:19 PM #3    

Jamie Park (1980)

I was able to attend the graveside service for Pam today and it was very fitting for her.  Shane Rowley shared some fun stories that showed the fun personality that we all know Pam had.   There were also a few thoughts from a couple of her old Bishops and a beautiful song that was sung by I think a friend of hers in Provo.  I have been thinking about her so much this last week and have had so many memories come to my mind.  You will definitely be missed Pam!!!

03/21/20 09:59 AM #4    

Lisa Allen (Gilbert) (1980)

Dearest Friend

I have been thinking a lot about you sweet Pam! I was saddened to hear you passing away!. I have great memories in High School with your smile and bubbly personality! Your smile was contagious and it brighten the room you were in.
I am also happy for you to be with your loved ones what a great reunion! A time for you be able to walk and move and fly with the other angels 👼 🙏❤️Love you always!
You will be missed ❤️🙏





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