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Pamala McDavid

Pamala McDavid (Burke)

Wednesday, August 5th, 1964 - Thursday, July 30th, 2020
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Pamala Burke McDavid, 55, of Missoula passed away Monday, July 30, 2020 at her home. A public visitation will be held from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 11, 2020. A private graveside service will be held 11:00 am Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at Sunset Memorial Cemetery. The graveside service will be streamed live for the public to watch.

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Nellie Beck

Posted at 12:11pm
Pamala will be missed greatly. She certainly did not let the grass grow under her feet. She always had something in the works. I feel that my son Zach and I were lucky enough to go to Mexico with her and Parker and ski trips to Discovery Ski Hill. She always had a smile on her face and you always felt welcomed. I have not been in close contact with in the pasts few years, bust whenever we saw each other it seems we picked right up where we left off. She will be greatly missed. - We love you Pamala!
 
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Jodi Johnson Posted at 12:09am

We met when we were building our house up the gulch and when our kids were little there were lots of play dates. We had our beloved Sarah take care of our boys and all of her day care kids at the time served in the wedding in Yellowstone Park. It was such a special time. She was an awesome mom and always willing to help when she could with picking up kids etc.. She was also fun to hang out with. Being a first time mom was hard for me and it was great to have someone to talk to about all of the challenges. I remember her asking me one day if I was offering choices to Jack and I had no idea what she was talking about. My son was strong willed and she was a plethora of information .She read all the books. I didn't need to to because I had her! One memory came to mind tonight. My son Jack spent the night at a sleep over at her house after she moved to town. I was at home alone with my youngest 2 year old as my husband was away hunting. I got a call in the middle of the night that Jack was sick.Really sick. I couldn't leave Bridger at home alone and didn't want to wake him so I got my neighbor Edward to come over. I hauled butt to her house and she told me how he had been sick for hours but didn't want to ruin my night alone at home. She said she held him and sat with him as he got sick but when he was crying for me violently she had to call. I felt so bad. My son had puked all over her brand new house and she felt bad for waking me up .She was a true saint and a friend looking out of for my little pumpkin. I will miss your smile and can't believe that you are gone. My heart hurts. I wish Parker, Jim, Pearl, her siblings and all of her nieces and nephews that I have met throughout the years peace as they digest all of this.
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