Evans, Pamela Joy

Evans, Pamela Joy

March 7th, 2018

Pam left us on Wednesday, March 7, 2018, in her 81st year. Pam now joins her husband David (2014). She leaves behind her son Gray and his wife Janet, as well as her daughter Lisa Evans. Loving Grandma of Paris and Hunter. Predeceased by her parents Bill and Nonie (née Nash) Perkins. Pam wrote two books on reincarnation and is now welcomed by those to whom she can say, “I told you so!” Please join us for a party in her honour on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 from 4:00 – 6:30 p.m. at the LONDON HUNT AND COUNTRY CLUB, 1431 Oxford Street West, London. 

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Garry and Liz NeilsonDeepest sympathy from old friends now in Florida. We will always remember Pam’s love of love life and great spirit. May she Rest In Peace.
John and Heather BennettOur sincere condolences to Gray and Lisa and their families. We hope that your many memories of your mom will bring you comfort in the coming days and months. We will always remember her and Dave as wonderful members of our Shavian Blvd family.
Deborah Mara My condolences to The Evans family. I spent many happy days playing golf with your mother. She had such style!! Our golf group will miss her...Deb
Gail GoldrathIn your memory, dearest Pam, I remember how many golf games we had and the joy of it all. The comraderie , friendship and martinis after golf will be long remembered. We had a joyous friendship, The Golf Group! You will be remembered with love and spirit. May you live on! With much love, Gail XO
Dr James ShuteSorry to learn of Pam’s passing. A friend from Medway days long ago, she appeared at Medway reunions many years later when we were able to reconnect and share several stimulating chats. Nice memories. My best wishes to her family.calle lane
Don and jill kingAn old friend once said to me, " if you want an interesting Dinner party, invite Pam Evans." Our golf games and book club certainly proved this true. Pam, you will be missed.
Mary McGrath, TorontoPam, my locker mate at Medway High and longtime friend, was much admired for her many talents and kindness to all. She was ever special and so unique. RIP.
Anna and Alex JeffriesOur sincere sympathies to all the family on the loss of your dear mother and grandmother. We have many special memories. Her dynamic personality is unforgettable. We have been a fan of her writing and art talent. How proud you all must be. Sincerely yours, Anna and Alex Jeffries
John and Susan KimeOur deepest sympathy to Gray, Lisa and their families…I have such happy memories of our golf group, playing golf and having wonderful dinners and drinks ( esp. martinis) afterwards…..It was always such fun with great discussions and lots of laughter. Your Mum had such wonderful style and will be sorely missed by us all. Our love and sympathy to you all at this very sad time. John and Suzie
Gayle & John SmallbridgeUr deepest sympathy and thoughts for the Evans family. Pam was unique. May her beliefs in reincarnation prove true for her. We always enjoyed our many encounters with Pam in the Masonville neighborhood and on Canterbury Rd.
The Cramer FamilySorry for your Loss Gray, Janet, Lisa, Paris and Hunter. I was able to meet Pam multiple times sitting on Gray and Janets porch, and she was a lovely caring women, and was always up for a good laugh. Rest in peace Pam.
Jane BensonTo Lisa and Gray, our sympathy to you and your families at this time. Your Mum was such a vital part of many lives. Please accept our condolences. We regret being unable to attend the celebration of her life this week but we will have you in our thoughts. Sincerely, Don and Jane BensonV1 Shut
ann hannaChildhood friend, Camp Inawendawin pal and wunderkind diver, Western Pi Phi sister, inspirational author whose books have brought hope and comfort to the many friends to whom I have given them, I shall trust that you know how I have appreciated you--and will miss you in this realm.
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