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Life Story for Pamela Lee

Pamela Michelle Lee, was born on January 18, 1960 in Chicago, IL to the late Freddie Cochran and Janice Evon Adams. Both parents proceeded her in death.
Pam, lived a vibrate life she attended O’Keefe Elementary school. She graduated from Elston High School in Michigan City Indiana. Pam worked at CNA insurance & the United States Post Office in Chicago, IL. In her past time she was the life of the party.
Pam, moved to Madison, WI in 1992 with her three children Jason Stone, Jasmyn Lee and Jaren Lee. She volunteered with The Salvation army. She spent most of her time with her children, family and friends. In 2006 she welcomed her first grandchild which was one of the happiest moments of her life. She later in life graduated from the University of Wisconsin Odyssey Program. She loved to read and write one of her dreams was to one day write her own autobiography. She was very intellectual and kind.
From Illinois to Wisconsin Pam left an everlasting impression of love, care and support. She could make you laugh, she could make you cry and then laugh again. She had the ability to make anyone that came into her life feel like family.
Pam, lost her loving father in 1999, who was married to her step-mother Thelma McCauley who she loved very much. With only the life of her own she had the ability to speak life into whoever she came encounter with. In June of 2017 she lost her best friend her mother Janice.
Pam worked as an Environmental Specialist at St.Mary’s Hospital she loved what she did and- the people she worked with.
On Sunday, June 3, 2018 surrounded by her children and grandchildren Pamela Michelle Lee passed away peacefully in her sleep. She leaves behind her four children Bruce lee, Jason Stone, Jasmyn Lee and Jaren Lee. Nine siblings Brian, Carmilla, Sandy, Angela, Anthony, Charmaine, Ryan, Candice and Jarredd. Four Grand-Children Juelz, Patrick, Aliyah and Kamari. With a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews & nieces.
Pam will be forever loved and never forgotten by all her FAM-BAMS!

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