In Celebration of

Pamela Nitchke

August 13, 1945 -  April 22, 2020

On WEDNESDAY APRIL 22, 2020, we lost a beautiful, courageous and amazing woman, Pam, from her courageous battle with Dementia. She died peacefully at the WESTBURY, a long-term Care facility .

Pam was predeceased by her parents, Anne Elizabeth (Betty), and Keith Johnson. Pam is survived by her devoted husband Murray of 53+ years, her daughters Jill (Dave) , Blair (Ryan), & her daughter Leigh (Brent). Pam had 6 grandchildren: Laura & Kelly (Jill & Dave); Tyler & Arianna (Blair & Ryan), and Alex and Sam (Leigh & Brent). In addition she leaves behind her sister Barbara (John) and their children, Aynsley, Ian and Garrett.

Pam’s kindness and hospitality was legendary and unbeatable. Her gourmet cooking was second to none. Pam loved to travel and to be outdoors, but her love of her family was her pride & joy.

In her life she endured more health troubles than any one could handle, yet she remained unfailingly upbeat despite all her misfortunes. She will be terribly missed by her husband, family and friends. The last few years have been hard on us all as we watched unable to help her in her final descent with Dementia.

In lieu of flowers or otherwise, we would ask anyone who wishes to make a donation in her name to the Alzeimer’s Society of Ontario.


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Doug and Georgina Smith (Long Time Good friends)

Entered April 27, 2020 from The Blue Mountains

My heart goes out to you Murray and your family on the passing of your wife Pam, your best friend and mother of your children. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers as you continue to carry her memory in that special place in your heart. May she Rest In Peace. Much love, Georgina & Doug.

Drina, Peter, Olivia and Emma Crowe (Friends)

Entered April 27, 2020 from Fall River, Nova Scotia

Wishing we could be with you and your family during this time of sorrow. Sending ❤️

Erin Paul (Friend of Jill’s)

Entered April 27, 2020 from Toronto

Murray, Jill, Blair and extended family. I’m so sorry to hear Pam is gone. May she find a happier place. It was her backyard that we loved to hang out in, knowing she was always there with food or just someone to talk to. Those were some of my best moments in high school. She was a second mum to many of us. She worried about us like we were here own and I will be forever grateful for the time I spent with her and your whole family. I wish I could be there tomorrow but of course I can’t. Godspeed to her.

Sherri Clarkson (Old Friend)

Entered April 27, 2020 from Toronto

I am so sorry to hear of Pam’s death. We were close friends in high school. Sadly, we gradually lost touch over the years. I will always remember her as a dear friend of my youth, warm, loving, happy and smart.
My deepest condolences to her family.

Aynsley (Niece)

Entered April 27, 2020 from Mississauga

Aunt Pam,

You meant the world to us. You were always kind, loving and generous. You’re forever my “favourite Aunt Pam.”



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