Pamela Wilson

Obituary of Pamela Ann Wilson

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COXSACKIE - It is with great sadness, and an unwavering fondness of her memory, that we mourn the passing of Pamela Ann Wilson. Pam passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by loved ones on Friday, October 2nd, 2020 at the age of 57 following a valiant battle with cancer. She was born on February 22, 1963 in Newburgh, NY. She will be profoundly missed by her fiancé Ken Roberts; together since Thanksgiving eve 2006, her two daughters Jasmine Quintana- Ritter and Kira Quintana, her two sons Kyle Roberts and Austin Roberts, as well as her only grandchild Sabastian Quintana-Ritter. She is also predeceased by her father John Wilson and mother Orvetta Wilson (Harris). To capture the spirit of who Pam really was would be impossible to convey without mentioning her absolute love and devotion for family. Not only was Pam simultaneously a fiancé, mother and Gigi (grandmother), but she was also a crazy cat lady to her loyal fur baby, Sunny. Pam was the type of person to do anything for family and would never let an opportunity to say "I love you" slip by. To everyone else she impacted throughout her life, she was a charming and charismatic beacon of strength, intuition, kindness and comfort. Pam always left her mark on a room. She was the catalyst of booming laughter and excitement. Her personality has been described by those closest to her as "infectious and uplifting." Pam had an uncomplicated passion for the beauty of the simple things in life. She was fond of long walks under the beautiful skies of Coxsackie, singing to the radio on joyrides through the countryside, and just talking on the phone with a friend or family member. She was also an enthusiast of lighthouses. She was particularly partial to Nubble Lighthouse in Maine. When she wasn't questing the streets of her hometown, adventuring with family and friends, or spotting lighthouses on the Maine coast, she could be found blissfully floating around her pool in summer sunshine. Pam was one of a kind. The ones who she has left behind are beholden to her colorful legacy and joyous soul. Pam has been privately cremated, and a celebration of her life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Pam’s honor to the American Cancer Society, memorial-giving.html. Arrangements by A.J. Cunningham Funeral Home, Greenville. Condolences can be posted at
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