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Pamela Gail  Crider

Pamela Gail Crider

Sunday, March 28th, 1954 - Monday, May 18th, 2020
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Pamela Gail Crider (66) passed away on May 18, 2020 at her home in Hood River, Oregon. Pamela was born on March 28, 1954 in Portland, Oregon to parents Jack and Mildred Asselin (Fox) Crider. She grew up in the Portland area attending Portland schools.

Pamela also lived in Seaside, Oregon and most recently Hood River, Oregon. Pam loved Hood River and living on the farm in Pine Grove for 23 years. She worked as an orchard tractor driver, Gardner and pet nanny. Some of her hobbies were gardening, especially her Dahlias, painting and of course pets.

She is survived by her partner Tom Edwards of Hood River, Oregon; sister Teresa Asselin and husband Larry Casey of Happy Valley, Oregon. She is preceded in death by her parents Jack Crider and Mildred (Mike) Asselin Fox and sister Deborah Donald.

There will be no services for Pamela.

Arrangements are under the direction of Anderson's Tribute Center (Funerals • Receptions • Cremations) 1401 Belmont Avenue, Hood River, Oregon 97031.
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Mike Hensley

Posted at 11:52pm
FOLKS IM JUST CRUSHED AND LOST A DEAR "YOU TUBE "SISTER PATRIOT AND TRUE FRIEND IN PAM. IM HURT SO BAD I CANT TYPE WELL AND TO HER FAMILY I'M IN PENDLETON AND A MODERATOR ON JUJUBOT ANYTIME YOU WANT TO FIND ME AND ONE OF PAM'S PLACES SHE WAS SO WELL LOVED WORLDWIDE. GOD BLESS YOU PAM Messenger Mike aka MESSY
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Kay

Posted at 01:23am
Oh Pam, I’m going to miss our late night messenger chats. My heart hurts. The world lost a beautiful soul. While I never met you in person, you were a good friend. The last time we chatted, we argued as to which of us the most generous and the most kind. I still say you are. I will cherish the dahlias I’ve gotten from you. The dahlia world will not be the same without you in it, my messenger will never be the same. You always told me I was the reason you started the BST pages. I’ll cherish our late night chats. Sincere condolences to your partner, family and friends. RIP Pam.
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Tammy Gunderson

Posted at 06:43pm
Pam was the leader of our online dahlia group. There was shock in our group when learning of her sudden passing. She has blessed many of us with her kindness, knowledge of dahlias and gardening, beautiful photos of flowers, and willingness to share her love and knowledge of dahlia gardening. . I'm she she will have a huge and beautiful garden in heaven. My condolences to her family and friends. - With love from Pam's friend in gardening, Tammy, Woodinville, WA

Leila Mattox

Posted at 04:04pm
I met Pam at church, and quickly bonded with her! Her smile was welcoming! Her floral displays brightened our church!
In the garden of my life she opened many beautiful expressions of love! I miss you, Pam!
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Peggy Schaller

Posted at 01:22pm
Pam's passing will leave a hole in the hearts of many of us in garden club activities. She was a remarkable lady and loved making beautiful things grow. I am sure she will be sowing in the Lord's garden right now. My condolences to each of her family members. I appreciate the times we were together. God bless each of you.
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