Pam Flegel

It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected passing of our beloved Pam Flegel, age 40, on July 9, 2022.
Pam was a loving daughter and will be missed every day by her Mom Julie Lindsay (Brad), and an amazing big sister and best friend to Rachel Flegel (Trevor), and Taylor Flegel (Eric). Aunt to Kylie, Khloe and Chantel, a granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend to so many.  
She was preceded in death by her Father Bill Flegel; Sister Tamra Flegel; Grandmother Dorothy Lindsay; Grandparents Jack and Ann Flegel; Uncle Gordon Polley.

Pam was a loving and compassionate person with a great sense of humour. She had a love for music from the very beginning and that never changed. Pam lived her life to make the world a better place and inspired all who loved her every single day.
Pam had so much goodness, so much capacity to bring happiness to others and such a bright future. The world is a lesser place without her.
After graduating with a degree, she started her career with the John Howard Society (Connective) in British Columbia. Pam accomplished great success in her more than 14 years with the organization. She was deeply committed to helping others and had such compassion for everyone. Her work and success will live on and she will be remembered deeply within the organization and its’ future work.
When you think of Pam, celebrate the good memories you have of her. Remember that life is fragile and short and should be lived to the fullest.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday August 7, 2022,
from 1 to 3pm
at the Courtland Community Centre,
272 Main Street, Courtland, Ontario
N0J 1E0.
The Celebration of Life will be followed directly by the burial in the Springfield Cemetery which is located at 52412 Pressey Line, Springfield, Ontario N0L 2J0, with all welcome to attend.

Your messages of remembrance and condolence may be shared here at wareingcremation.ca

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  • Julie, Rachel and family. It’s taken me a few weeks to gather my thoughts and express to you my deepest sympathy. In times like these we try to find the right words to say to bring comfort. I hope my message warms your heart and leaves you knowing Pam was loved
    Yesterday was a tough day for all, I found my self lost and questioning so many things. And then just as I was able to get a hold of myself, a beautiful face came to me and made me smile. A friend of Pam’s from BC picked me out of a crowd of people at the cemetery. She asked “Are you Cassie? I replied yes and she introduce her self. She said although I’ve never met you or your family I feel like I’ve been a member for years. Pam truly loved you Brandon Myah and max. She would rave about your friendship and the time she got to spend with the kids. I melted.
    25 years ago Pam welcomed me into her life and you both accepted me with open arms. I feel honoured to have been part of your lives.
    Pam meant the world to me and my family. The laughs the cries the secrets I will hold in my heart forever.
    These words have helped me over the past few month with the loss of my mom

    Sitting here tonight, by the fire light
    It reminds me I already have more than I should.
    I don’t need fame, no one to know my name.
    At the end of the day, Lord I pray
    I have a life that’s good.
    Two arms around me
    Heaven to ground me
    And a family that always calls me home.
    Four wheels to get there.
    Enough love to share and a
    Sweet, sweet, sweet song.
    At the end of the day, Lord I pray
    I have a life that’s good.
    Sometimes I’m hard on me,
    When dreams don’t come easy
    I wanna look back and say I did all that I could.
    At the end of the day, Lord I pray
    I have a life that’s good.
    Two arms around me
    Heaven to ground me
    And a family that always calls me home.
    Four wheels to get there.
    Enough love to share and a
    Sweet, sweet, sweet song.
    At the end of the day, Lord I pray
    I have a life that’s good.
    At the end of the day, Lord I pray
    I have a life that’s good.

    Gone to soon and never will be forgotten. Pam did have a life that’s good.

    Love you both

    Cassie
  • My deepest condolences Julie and Rachel. Pam was an incredible person and touched so many throughout her life. She was far too young and far too good for this to make any sense.
    I really wanted to be there tomorrow but I came down with Covid this week of all weeks.
    You’ll be in my thoughts all day tomorrow.

    Greg Lamb
  • Julie & Rachael
    My heart goes out to you.
    Thinking of you and family
    Chris & Sandy

    Sandy & Chris Buchner
  • Pam’s presence in life was a blessing. She was so full of spirit and love for human kind. She displayed compassion and empathy with anyone she met. She genuinely cared, and would be there for you. She always looked out for her friends, sharing her energy and love for life. I met her about 25 years ago at Annandale School in Tillsonburg. We played baseball together for a few years, went to school together and had some really good times.
    Her smile always lit up the room, she made an effort to get to know you even if it just a moment to stop and say hello. Rest In Peace sweet Girl. May your spirit live on within all your loved ones.

    Rebecca Waugh
  • Hi Rachel,
    We are sending you so much love and strength as your journey through this difficult time. I can see in Pam’s photo that you share the same smile, so I am sure she will be greatly missed.

    Katie Ferri & Family

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