In Memory: As of 09/23/2018

Pamela Janice Damasky (Lefeber)

Pamela Janice Damasky (Lefeber)

Born: May 23, 1959

Died: July 22, 2017, age 58 (cause unknown)

Pam attended all 4 years and was a Class of '77 graduate.

 

DES PLAINES - Pamela J. LeFeber, age 58, passed away July 22, 2017. Beloved daughter of Geraldine (the late Randall) Boness. Beloved wife of Thomas LeFeber for 28 years. Loving stepmother of Cathy (Bobby) Helin, Cindi Tamburrino, Greg (Su) LeFeber, and Jacqui (Mike) Schuster. Stepgrandmother of 9 and great-stepgrandmother of 6. Dear sister of Debbie Arend. Fond niece of Marsha and Alvin Damasky. Proud aunt of Ashley Arend. Pam leaves behind her cherished dog Lucy. Pam was an avid Packers fan and had a love for animals. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to an animal foundation of one's choice. Memorial gathering Saturday, July 29 from 2:00 p.m. until time of Service at 6:00 p.m. at G.L. Hills Funeral Home, 745 Graceland Ave., Des Plaines, IL. For information, 847-699-9003 or glhillsfuneralhome.com.

 

Published in Chicago Suburban Daily Herald on July 27, 2017

 



 
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01/08/18 12:40 PM #1    

Deidre A Troost (Lorenzin)

Pam and I were really close in 7th & 8th grade, I used to call her Shorty. We remained close until our sophmore year in high school, and like many of us, we went separate ways based on new friendships. I am very sorry to hear of her passing. I often wondered how she was and what happened to her. I hope she had a pain free passing and died with dignity. I met the web administraor, Ken, through Pam and we both wondered at our 35th reunion how she was. My condolences to her family and friends.


01/09/18 02:55 PM #2    

Gayle L Gyssler (Marvel)

This hit me hard.  Pam and I were very close in high school.  We met in 7th grade.  Mr. Davis sat us next to each other and we became best friends for many years.  We had some great times.  I remember her sitting on a phone book in her "shitbox" Vega.  Passed notes during passing periods in the hallway at MW. We folded them up like triangles. Funny thing is we hardly ever had a class together.  We called each other stupider and stupiderest.  I still have many of those notes in a shoe box.  I need to read some of them sometime.  I was at her wedding in 1989.  She never wanted to go to reunions for a couple of reasons and a few she just never shared with me.  I moved to Wisconsin and we exchanged Christmas cards and talked on the phone several times.  She lived four blocks from my mother.  She did not go to my wedding.  She just never wanted to venture far from home. We just kind of drifted apart in the past 6 years. This is such a shock to me and I hope whatever is the cause of her leaving us so early, she didn't suffer long.  Wish we had connected one last time.  She was my oldest friend.


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