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Pamela Lewis

January 27, 1957 - September 12, 2011

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Private family services will be held.

Burial:

Graceland Cemetery, Albert Lea MN.

Arrangements:

Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Pamela Lewis

January 27, 1957 - September 12, 2011

Obituary

Pamela Lewis, 54, of Fargo passed away on Monday morning at Sanford Health in Fargo.

She was born on January 27, 1957 in Germany. Pamela resided in Fargo for the majority of her life. She attended Minnesota State University of Moorhead as well as Staples Vocational Technical College for graphic design. She worked at the Fargo Forum for 21 years. She also worked for Moorhead Youth Hockey Association. Pamela grew up in the Presbyterian faith where she was confirmed and married. She is survived by her children: Ryan Lewis of Moorhead, Sadie Lewis of Fargo; parents Elton and Janice Ruble of Albert Lea, MN; Sister Carol (Kit) Waddle of Spokane, WA; numerous aunts and uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her husband Robin Lewis.

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  1. Sheila Stastny says:

    When I saw the notice my heart sank…I worked with Pam at The Forum for many years. I remember fondly her smiling face and laugh. She is one of those people that made your day brighter by talking with her. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family – Sheila Stastny

  2. Barbara Dobbs says:

    Dear Jan, Elton and Carol

    I am so saddened to hear of Pam’s passing.
    She was a huge part of my growing up.
    I used to love to come over and watch her paint rocks, she was soooo talented.
    I didnt have any sisters so I looked up to Pam (and Carol) She was funny and sweet and kind and always listened.

    Sincerely,
    Barb Dobbs

  3. Renee Kapaun says:

    West Fargo ND
    Pams Family and Friends,
    I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I met Pam at Vics when she worked Bingo for the Moorhead Hockey. She was so friendly and would go out of her way to talk to you. Always had a smile on her face She will be missed.
    “No Time on earth is long enough to share with those we love or prepare our hearts for that last Good Bye.”
    Sincerely, Renee

  4. Brent Evje says:

    Fairdale ND
    I am so sorry to hear about Pam. I will remember all the good times spent with her.

  5. Todd Liebelt says:

    Pampa TexasOur hearts go out to the Lewis and Ruble Families for the loss of their daughter, sister and mother. We will always remember the neighbors we hung out with for many years and enjoyed some of the best years of our lives. Pam was always the level headed one when we were always thinking of something new to try. We will remember to keep her in our hearts and pray that the families are are doing as well as can expected during this hard time.

    Todd and Donna Liebelt and Family

  6. Joe and Lora Killoran says:

    Buffalo North Dakota
    We are sadden to hear of the loss of your daughter. Our hearts go out to you in this time of your grief. You and yours are in our prayers.

  7. Olga Niemi says:

    Moorhead MN
    When I heard about Pam’s passing, I was shocked. We had planned on getting together and going out. She had a beautiful heart and always a smile. I will miss Pam. The Lord be with her family, especially her children. May she rest in peace with her Lord.6BR7E

  8. Marianne Reif says:

    West Fargo ND
    How sadden I was to see Pam’s picture in the obits. I got to know Pam when we both worked at The Forum. I will remember Pam’s family in my prayers. God’s comfort to all of you. Marianne Reif

  9. Wayne & Janice Ward says:

    Mooreton, N.D
    .My what a shock to read this in the paper.We send our most heartfelt condolences to her family and our most dear friends Elton & Janice.May the memories of her years with you be a source of comfort to you both. God love you.

  10. Claudia Hansen says:

    Fargo ND
    Oh . . . this is such a shock . . . I saw Pam’s face in the Forum and I knew there was something familiar about that face . . . and when I realized who it was I was saddened, but memories came flooding back!
    Bell choir, laughing, Church trips, painting stones, more laughing, playing piano, your wonderful little dachshound, beautiful antiques in your home on 4th street, biking Fargo and more laughing.
    I ran into Pam once in Staples, it was New Years Eve – what a delightful surprise!
    We always talked about getting together and we never did . . . oh how I wish we had!
    My heart and prayers go out to Sadie and Ryan (who I never met) and to Elton and Janice . . . and Carol. You were there during those great times.
    Please reach out or give me a call sometime. . . Take care all. I’ll send hugs on to Pam in my heart.

  11. Anita Reyes says:

    Fargo north dakotaRest in Peace my friend!!!!

  12. Mike Engelking says:

    We will all miss you. Rest in Peace.

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