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Pamela Marquardt

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Dedication:

We dedicate this to my wife, our mom, our friend. You gave it a good fight. Love you and miss you! Brad, Stacy, Jessica and Melissa.

Personal Description:

Pamela J Marquardt, age 61, of Fort Myers, FL, died Tuesday, January 18, 2011 at Hope Hospice in Fort Myers.

Pamela was born on January 28, 1949 in Denver, CO. She was the daughter of Robert Foster and Faye Elaine Dyer, previously of Lakeside, CA. Pamela married Brad Marquardt March 7, 1991 in Petersburg, IL. Pamela enjoyed woodworking and painting, scrapbooking her European vacations, being a wife, a mother, and a friend.

Pamela is survived by her husband, Brad L Marquardt; daughter Stacy (Mark) Shepard of Plymouth, MN; daughter Jessica Russo of Omaha, NE; daughter Melissa (Tim) Groh of Petersburg, IL; son Shane Marquardt of Green Bay, WI; parents Roberta Johnson and Ahto Saviste of Springfield. IL; brother Barry (Mae) Hartman of Tacoma, WA; brother Vernon (Billie) Lail of CA; and grandchildren Samantha, Ella, Sam and Brooklyn.

Last updated on: 01/20/2011


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Pamela was a warrior!! She had a kind,giving spirit and will be sadly missed!! We love you Aunt Pam…..Jennifer,Jeff,Addie and Carson

Jennifer Adkins – 01/20/2011

Pam taught me so much when I was younger and we were sister-in-laws. A beautiful woman who I will never forget. I love you PJo…Pami

Pamela (Dahlgren) Bush – 01/21/2011

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Tibbie Tibbie – 12/20/2011

Pam was also my aunt. I loved her so very much. I never really got the chance to know her as I got older,but the memories I have of her I’ve always held dear and near and always will. I love you Aunt Pam. You will be dearly missed.

Danita Vojta – 01/22/2012

Pam was also my aunt. I loved her so very much. I never really got the chance to know her as I got older,but the memories I have of her I’ve always held dear and near and always will. I love you Aunt Pam. You will be dearly missed.

Danita Vojta – 01/22/2012