Pamela Jean Trowsdale

Pamela Jean Trowsdale

13.08.1938 - 22.04.2020

Pam sadly passed away on 22nd April 2020, aged 81 years. Beloved wife of Ron and much loved mum of Suzanne. Sadly missed by all her family and friends



In loving memory of Pam Trowsdale, from Chris, Peter and Shaaron

Don and Celia Trowsdale


Pam was always the life and soul of the party! Found these photographs as a reminder.

Don Trowsdale


Pam was always laughing and happy to have a catch up with us either by phone or when we would visit her and Ron.
we will miss her lots and remember the good times spent together over the years.
Celia has been reminiscing about the time Pam ,Eve ,Mary and her went to Austria and how they shared a room together and Pam couldn't believe Celia didn't have sensible shoes with her for the snowy conditions. Which gave Celia the perfect excuse to buy a new pair of shoes!!!
Love to Ron Suzanne and Nick xx
Thinking of you all today
Love From Don and Celia Trowsdale

Julia Woollard


My memories of Pam are of her laughter and kindness. She always cared about other people and her warmth shone out.
With love, Julia xx

Tracey Gray


Such a lovely lady you will be sadly missed.
Dearest Pam may you rest in peace x

Patricia & Ian Woollard


Pam was my cousin - our fathers were brothers. She was 2 years older than me so I always looked up to her. In our teens I would cycle from New Malden to Twickenham each weekend and we would walk by the river with her dog Jumbo- non stop chatting. When they moved to Camberley Pam worked in an office and persuaded her boss to employ me in my college holidays and I stayed with her and Auntie Betty and Uncle Len in their lovely big house. Happy days! Pam married Ron and Suzanne was born and several years later I married Ian and we had Julia and Ann - the 3 girls would play in our garden - memories of Pam and I as children. Over the years we still kept in touch - there was always Pam to chat to and laugh together - she had such a happy personality. Will miss her.

Karen Bedford


Aunty Pam always kept us entertained with her stories fun and laughter. As a child I was amazed by her christmas decorations which were the best! Lots of happy memories.
With love
Karen x



Someone as special as Pam will not be forgotten. Lots of happy memories.
With all our love
Don Celia Karen and Clare xxx

Sylvia Latham


Happy memories of cousin Pam in times of
from Sylvia, Alan, Ian and Neil. R.I.P.



Lots of love auntie Pam
Such beautiful memories of your visits to Wales with much fun and laughter
Love Philip

Margaret Charalambos


Our happy holidays together in Wales, our visit to the big pit we were lost underground when the lights out on our miners helmets.
Our visits to Barry Island pleasure park and you insisted having numerous rides on the dodgem cars and the ghost train.
Pam you were a fun person,kind and caring.
RIP my lovely cousin forever in our thoughts.



With sadness and love we say goodbye to Lovely Pam.

Margaret Harris Mellitsa Charalambos


With sadness and love we say goodbye to lovely Pam

Nick Tavender


Pam you will be sorely missed.
Your ‘You wouldn’t think I was brought up in a pub’ line will live on forever.
Thank you for being a lovely mother-in-law and accepting me so readily.
With love.

Suzanne Tavender


You will always be in my heart & mind Mum. Please just rest in peace now. xxx

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