Pamela Kay (Davis) Skrove-Jensen ,77, passed away peacefully in her Fargo ND home under hospice care on October 15, 2021. Pamela (Pam) was born on April 10th, 1944 in Valley City, ND to Lee R and Dorothy C Davis. The family later moved to Fargo ND where Pam attended Fargo Central High School and NDSU. It was at Fargo Central that Pam met Lynn B Skrove. They were married on July 19th 1963 and had two sons, Shawn Matthew and Christopher Lee. On May 10th 2014, Pam married Leslie C Jensen. They made their home in Fargo ND . In her early years, Pam worked for the Fargo Moorhead Blood Bank and sold Avon products. She then worked for Blue Cross Blue Shield of ND for many years until her retirement from there. Not one to remain idle, Pam then worked at United Blood Service/Vitalant for the past several years. She officially retired earlier this year when her health conditions worsened. Pam loved watching her boys excel in sports and was very proud of their accomplishments. Later, she was a regular fixture at all of her grandkids events, whether it was sports, or music and theater performances. Pam was a league bowler for many years. She taught Sunday School and Confirmation at Peace Lutheran Church and was later a member of Olivet Lutheran Church . She loved watching the Minnesota Twins and Chicago Cubs play and was an avid Bison football fan. She would catch the Bison games on TV with friends or attend games at the Fargo Dome with her son, Chris. One of Pam’s favorite activities was getting together with her weekly coffee group. Pam was a cat lover and cherished the companionship of her cats, Tuxi and Tiger. Pam will be missed by her sons, Shawn (Mary) Fargo ND, and Chris (Doris) Fargo ND; her 7 grandchildren: Joel, Danielle, Alise, Alyssa, Grant, Braden and Adam and 7 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister, Dorothy and brother, Robin. Pam is preceded in death by her parents and husband. Pam's Video Tribute can be viewed below:

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  1. Pam was such a warm, caring and thoughtful person. I loved visiting with her. I was proud to work with her and also to be her friend. Thoughts and prayers to her family.

  2. Shawn and Chris,…our heart are heavy with your grief! We feel your loss, as she was a mother to us to us in our earlier years. Such a beautiful soul! She was such a quiet soul, but a constant appearance for your family! May you find peace in your memories of her and love her and honor her life! We love you all! The Brennemans

  3. Pam was such a kind hearted person. I really enjoyed working with her at United Blood Services. We had some fun times. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

  4. Pam was such a generous loving human being. She is one of the most beautiful people that I have ever had the opportunity to have in my life. I am proud to say that I knew Pam as a colleague and as a friend. My thoughts a prayers go our to her family. Rest in Peace Pam, your earthly job is done but your memory will live on in our hearts.

  5. Pam was such a beautiful person inside and out. I thank God for her being in my life and will miss her dearly. Prayers to her family.

  6. Pam was a wonderful person. We had coffee at many times when I worked in the nursing home.
    Rest In Peace.

  7. IT WAS MY PLEASURE TO WORK A SHORT TIME WITH PAM AT VITALANT.
    MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALL .
    PEGGY HARRIS
    CALL CENTER
    DENVER

  8. It is difficult to say goodbye, Pam, remembering the years of enjoyment together. I have memories of our watching the Bison football games on TV, going out for lunches and coffee, and of course, doing a little shopping. You have been a compassionate friend, always thinking of others.
    I know that we will meet again. May you rest in peace.

  9. I feel so blessed that I was able to see & visit with Pam every 4 weeks or so. I was lucky to be her Hairstylist!! Pam made me feel so special about how good I did her hair. In reality I felt so blessed to know her and make her feel extra beautiful about herself. All the stories I got to hear about her life and family was so fun! I will say this lady LOVED her family very, very much!!! She would just light up telling me stories and all the activities she would attend of her grandchildren! I will miss her greatly but knowing she’s not suffering anymore is a peaceful thought. Prayers to the family during this time.

  10. I knew Pam for only a few years — her husband Les Jensen was a long- time good friend. I hope that their years together were filled with joy. Now they are together again. Rest in God’s Peace, Pam.

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