In Memory of

Pamela J Johnson (Robinson)

                 

Pamela Johnson-Robinson

SIOUX CITY | Pamela J. Johnson-Robinson, of Fort Myers, Fla., formerly of Sioux City, passed away peacefully Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015, after a valiant six-year battle with cancer. Her closest loved ones were at her bedside.

Per her wishes, the body was cremated in Florida. Memorial services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Morningside Chapel, Christy-Smith Funeral Home in Sioux City. Inurnment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.

Pamela was born on Dec. 2, 1953, in Sioux City. She graduated from Central High School in 1972, and then attended Mankato State. She began her career with IBP in Dakota City from 1973 to 1978. She then moved to Dallas joining Addison Foods until 2005 and continued at that position in Fort Myers. She spent a total of 37 years with Addison Foods.

Some of Pam's favorite activities were boating in Okoboji, where she spent the last five summers, cruising and more cruising, collecting art, and spending time with her many loving friends.

Pamela is survived by her soul mate, Jeff Breaman of Fort Myers; son, Michael Robinson of Los Angeles; ex-husband, Glen Robinson of Fort Myers; and her aunt, Dorothy (Dick) Dickman of Sioux City.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Larry and Helen Johnson; and a sister, Linda Pratt.

Memorials may be made to the ASPCA, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

 

UPDATE (9-27-2015)----- For everyone, there will be a memorial service for Pam on Saturday November 7th, 10:30 AM at Christy Funeral Home here in Sioux City.   After the service Pam will be the burial at Memorial Park and a reception follows at the Central High Dungeon.  Pam's full Obit will be in the paper the week of Nov 7th and I will post it on the site here at that time.

 

 



 
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09/28/15 10:55 AM #7    

Jeffrey Watt Wooldridge

I am very saddened to hear Pam has left us. I would see her every summer the past few years at lake Okoboji and always had a nice time visiting. She fought it awfully hard....I thought she might beat it    Jeff


09/28/15 11:25 AM #8    

Geoffrey C. Van Schepen

Very sad to hear of Pam's passing. She was so much fun to hang out with especially her days here in Dallas. You will be missed Pam.


09/29/15 06:53 AM #9    

Richard J. Hanna

Fond, fond memories of this dear friend from Junior - Senior High, Homecoming Senior year. Take your rest, Pam, from the battles of this World. Please hold her in Your arms for us all Lord. And, most of all, Pam, enjoy your new Life!


09/29/15 11:00 AM #10    

Mark Hanna

Pam always was a team player and had a great sense of humor. She was active in most of the events that went on in school. She was also one of our classmates that made sure to get back for the reunions and would always support everyone with her smile and laughter. A very giving person.  She will be missed by all, Rest in Peace Pamela!   


09/29/15 12:29 PM #11    

Marcella G. Hahn (Treiber)

My heart breaks to hear about Pam's passing. What a wonderful person she was. I will miss her. R.I.P. Pam!


09/30/15 09:30 AM #12    

Patrice R. Simoni (Kuecker)

Pam and I went to school at Woodrow and then Central.  I spent many weekends during our junior high days at her house.  I saw her at our last reunion and knew she had cancer but she said she was in remission and was doing well.  I'm just heartsick.  I know she and Carey Evans were good friends also, so now those two are probably having a blast together up in heaven.


09/30/15 05:41 PM #13    

Brian J. Mickelson

I knew Pam from Woodrow Wilson Jr high and into high school and was always a friendly happy individual.  May she rest in peace and may the lord give her family comfort and assurance she is in peace. 

Brian j Mickelson

 


09/30/15 07:52 PM #14    

Randy W. Bradley

I was sad to read about the passing of Pam Johnson.  The death of a fellow classmate is so sad because it hits so close to home.  I also remember Pam from Woodrow and Central.  Cancer is an insidious disease that has claimed too many lives.

Randy W. Bradley


10/03/15 07:45 AM #15    

Steven John Cook

I wanted to let everyone know that Pam's funeral will be at the Christy Funeral Home in Morningside at 10:30 AM on Nov. 7. The burial will be at Memorial Park. Pam has requested a gathering at the Central dungeon afterward. Hope everyone can attend. Pam, you will be missed.


10/05/15 12:46 PM #16    

Jeffrey Watt Wooldridge

Steve  Thank you for the update and keeping us informed. Very nice.  Jw


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