February 16, 1953 – February 4, 2017
Leishman, Pamela Joan – Passed away at her residence on Saturday, February 4, 2017. Predeceased by her parents Halton and Joan. She will be remembered and loved by her brother Jim, nephew Cameron (Rebecca) and niece Jennifer. In keeping with Pam’s wishes, cremation has taken place. Interment at White Chapel Memorial Gardens at a later date. If you so wish, donations to the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA would be appreciated by the family.
When I heard the sad news, I immediately pulled out our Cytology photo album and smiled as I remembered all of our fun times…the Christmas pajama party, your retirement party. We even still have the old box of Trivia Pursuit questions from our “Trivia Fridays”. Your energy will be fondly remembered.
My deepest condolences. I knew Pam from the Lab too. We were in different departments, but she was always ready with a smile and ready to help.
Rose McQueen ( Microbiology)
Pam was a valued member of our book club and a good friend to me.
She was such a caring person, always ready to “give me a lift” or go to an interesting lecture. I shall miss her very
Pam was a valued member of our book club. She always came prepared to the meetings (often reading the book twice) and offered intelligent and insightful opinions. I will miss her kind and gentle spirit. My sympathies to Pam’s family.
Sincerely, Myrna Dyment
I was sorry to hear about Pam. I know she was struggling lately. She was intelligent and funny and I’ll miss her critiques of the books we read.
So sorry to hear of Pam’s passing. I knew her as a little girl up at her cottage at Nanticoke. Jim ( I knew you as Jame ) your mom & dad and my parents ( Bud & Bev Cadman ) were good friends and your dad helped my dad build our cottage which was two down from yours. You probably don’t remember that far back.
Once again, I send my sympathy. She passed too soon! Bonnie Kelland ( Cadman )
I am very saddened to hear of Pam’s passing earlier this year. I knew Pam from HCI, back in 1973-4 during our Grade 13 year. Then we met up at St. Joseph’s Hospital in 1975 as I was training to become a Cytotechnologist under the direction of Kurt Krakauer in the old temporary lab above the emergency department.
My deepest condolences to Jim and family.
Deepest condolences from a childhood friend. Sorry we didn’t reconnect later in life. Godspeed. ?