Pamela Stanley

April 24, 1959 - June 7, 2014
Pamela Stanley

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Pamela Ann Stanley, age 55, of Wilmington passed away Saturday, June 7, 2014 at her home.

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  • June 09, 2014
    Evelyn Fitzgerald says:
    To Pam's family--my most sincere wishes that the Heavenly Father enfolds you in His arms with peace and comfort in this difficult time. No one was more loved or loving than Pam.

  • June 10, 2014
    Shirley Cartrette says:
    I cannot believe Pam is gone! My heart goes out to everyone in her family. Something Pam used to do was walk up behind me and pinch the underside of my arm with the tiniest little pinch. It would feel like a bee sting. I'd turn around, there would be this big mischievous grin on her face as she turned and walked away chuckling. I think of those little pinches as Pam kisses. She was a very special person. I miss you Pam!

  • June 10, 2014
    Donald Holmes says:
    May God comfort you during this difficult time. My deepest sympathy to all of the family.

  • June 11, 2014
    thomas and regina evans says:
    our thoughts and prayers go out to the Stanley and Fowler families. To her son Keith and his family . To her parents Diane and James and to her sister Vicki and her family. To all her aunts and uncles and cousins . To all those whose lives and hearts she may have touched while performing duties as a nurse and caregiver.

  • June 12, 2014
    Bill Segur says:
    I worked with Pam for 2 years when I first started at NHRMC in 1994, & though we saw each other infrequently since then (after I transferred to a different department), the memory of her sweet, upbeat, & at times mischievous personality always brought a smile to my face the few times we saw each other since that time. The remarks of disbelief & tribute to who Pam was, as expressed by her current colleagues (in the hospital's daily e-newsletter) - who knew her far better than I, cannot be improved upon. To Pam's family, I offer my sympathies. Please know that for this one individual, Pam's memory will not soon pass away.