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Pamela Ann Arthur

April 15, 1943 — March 24, 2020

Pamela Ann Arthur

Pamela Haring Pitkin Arthur. Pam Arthur has slipped the surly bonds of earth to join her Heavenly Father. Her joy came March 24, 2020. She was born in Detroit , Michigan to Graham and Ann Haring, April 15, 1943. She grew up in Ohio and Pennsylvania where she graduated from high school, creating a lifelong love of living where there are season. Life then took her to Arizona where she married and raised their family. After surviving a 30 year stint living in Arizona, she was divorced and finally relieved of desert living when she married the love of her life, Bob Arthur. They moved to Washington state May 1987 where they have lived joyfully to the present. Before she retired, Pam was a Certified Nursing Assistant who enjoyed a 20 year career caring for the elderly in their homes, having always loved caring for her own grandparents cherishing elderly people while learning of their interesting life's stories. She felt everyone has their own story and loved uncovering them. Her mantra was I go to the boxes in the attic of my mind, open the box and therein lies the stories I will write about. She had a beautiful way of telling loving stories. She is survived by her children Wendy Julian and sons Zachary and Alex, son Blaine Pitkin, Nicolle and their sons, Ronnie and Donnie, Sister Carrlyn Clay. Also Bob's children Robert Arthur (Patricia Gilmore), Steven (Molly) Arthur and son Dennis, Michael (Susan) Arthur and children Chad, Kiera (Dustan Flahart), Kyle Arthur, Cody (Kelly) Arthur and son Callum, son David (Betty) Arthur and children Alexandra, Sandra, Alyson, Daughter Lisa Moitoso (Paul) and their children, Shane, Nicholas, Allison and Gavin, Daughter Sandra (Mike Smith), children Shelby, Roman. Brother-in-law John Arthur and Sister-in-law Cheri Arthur. As you can see she had eight children, eighteen grandchildren and one great grandson She was loved greatly and will be missed greatly. Lady, my sweet Lady go with God my Love.
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