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01/19/1970 — 11/15/2021
From Richland, WA | Born in San Fernando Valley, CAWatch Service
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Celebration of Life
Pamela Kelly Stearns, 51, passed away, November 15, 2021 in Richland Washington. Her celebration of life service will be held at Einan’s at Sunset, in Richland Washington on January 22 at 1pm.
Pamela was born in San Fernando Valley, CA to Janet and Steve O’Neal on January 19, 1970. On August 22, 2002 Pamela married the love of her life, and best friend Michael Stearns. Together they raised three beautiful daughters; Keyzia Gadberry, Laura Stearns, and Aryana Stearns
Pamela liked helping others and would often keep bags of food and blankets to give out to anyone in need that she came across. She loved to read, do puzzles, cook, and spend time with her family.
Pamela is survived by her husband Michael, her three daughters, Keyzia Gadberry, Laura Stearns, and Aryana Stearns. One grandson, Sebastian Stearns and numerous family members. Pamela touched many lives and is loved and missed by all. We will keep her in our hearts where she will live and be loved forever.
Pamela Kelly Stearns
I did not know Pamela’s middle name until recently; a good Irish name.
The best thing that can be said about a woman is that they were a good wife and mother. Pamela was that. She has raised three beautiful daughters and took good care of her husband; my son. She was also a good grandmother. Right, Sebastian? Furthermore, she was a good daughter-in-law. She even did some of my Christmas shopping for me.
Pamela was intelligent and resourceful. She pretty much managed the family business and did a fine job. She could manage the budget on limited money and even save some for rainy days. She could diagnose and fix things around the house, or on cars.
Her mortal being has passed on, and she will be sadly missed. However, what will be forever here are the memories. Over time the memories will become even more precious.
Pam was my niece. I pray her soul rests in peace and she is welcomed into heaven to the loving arms of her grandmother Alice, who loved her to the moon and back. Rest in peace dear Pamela.