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Pamela Joyce ‘Pam’ Green

Pamela Joyce ‘Pam’ Green passed away on 21st August, 2021.

Aged 84 years. Late of Woodlands Lane, Moore Park Beach and formerly of Curra, Gympie. Passed away peacefully on August 21st, 2021. Beloved wife of Jeffrey (dec’d). Dearly loved mother of Gloria, Christopher and Lee. Loving grandmother of Rajan, Jade, Yasmine and great-grandmother of 4 great-grandchildren. Loving sister of Andy, Sheila (dec’d), Martin (dec’d)and much loved aunt of respective families.

“Forever In Our Hearts”

A Funeral Service for Pam will be held at the Chapel ‘Branyan Gardens’, Cummins Road, Branyan, FRIDAY, 10th September, 2021 at 10:00am.



13 Replies to “Pamela Joyce ‘Pam’ Green”

  1. Pam was much loved in the UK and will be greatly missed by the Stephenson family, particularly Barbara her friend for more than 65 years

  2. Dearest Pam, You will always be in our hearts & mind. So sad to see you leave this world behind. You made our morning teas, lunches & get togethers wonderfully enjoyable and happy events; won’t be the same without you. The pain you endured in the past months will now be gone. Your kindness and friendship will never be forgotten; Rest in Peace Love Jennie and George Werkhoven, Marlene Belling & Family

  3. Pam was my big sister, who everyone thought was my mother when I was young given the age difference. I think she was happy with the consequences that happened when I was young, and so was I. Among many other things she reminded me that when young our dad called me ‘Little Crow’, because I always covered in muck and making a noise. She made my childhood better. I loved my sister. She has joined our brothers Martyn and Alan, and sister Sheila in another place. Andy (aka Big Crow)

    1. I remember pam showing me a photo of all of you and yes saying everyone thought she was your mother. We had many chats about her childhood. Some stories the made me sad.

  4. I met Pam through Gloria. At Curra. Amazed that this women worked and volunteered right up to covid lockdown. Helped her with the house when moving to moorepark. I hope she enjoyed it there. She told me many stories. I remember saying to her you could make a movie from your life . Such resilience for a person that went through dark times in her life but show such compassion and care to palliative care patients.

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