Pamela Jean Robertson

02/04/1942 - 30/11/2017

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Riverlife Baptist Church, Jennifer Street Seventeen Mile Rocks

Monday, 11 December, 2017 at 02:30 pm

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We were long time friends of the Robertson family through Boys’ Brigade when they resided in Canberra as our families were growing up. We would be very grateful if you could pass on our deepest sympathy to Graham and the family. Pam was a wonderful person and teacher. She inspired many of us with her tireless work for her church and her support of Graham and the boys of the Boys’ Brigade, including our three sons. Lots of happy memories---who can ever forget the Lamington Drives! Our love to Graham and the family. Yours in Christ Charlotte and Simon Hearder

Dear Graham and Juli, I would like to pass on to you my sincere sympathy at the loss of your beautiful wife and mother. I met Pam at Canberra Hospital pastoral care unit and worked with her on the miscarriage memorial services for several years. Those services were very special and brought a lot of comfort to the families experiencing the loss of their baby. It was Pam’s tireless effort that not only created the services but also allowed the tiny bubs to be cremated together and their ashes scattered at the memorial stone in the gardens of Norwood Park Crematorium. Pam was instrumental in organising the stone and the inscription ‘Gone from our days, cherised in our memories’. I have attached 2 photos of Pam at one of the baby services and also a photo of the memorial stone. On a personal note, Pam’s strength, generosity, acceptance, love and great faith held me at a difficult time in my life. I will always be grateful for knowing her and feel blessed she was part of my life. Pam was an amazing woman and ripples from her love and influence will extend for generations. ‘Gone from our days, cherished in our memories' May you find peace at this time. God bless you Margaret

Dear Graham Please be assured of my prayer support at this time as you mourn the loss of Pam. What we loved about Pam: - Pam has always given of herself in the service of others and is never short of a word that inspires, calms, gives hope, eases the burden. - Pam always had time for others, to hear their story and give the encouraging word. - always time for a story that added a dance to our steps so that we could face the day with joy. - Pam’s life is one based on the word of God. She has a great love of the scriptures. - Her office door was always open so that others could come in and be helped, listened to and encouraged. - Christ was the centre of her life. - Every three months Pam arranges a memorial service for the stillborn babies and their families which helps the parents and other relatives to grieve and talk about their experience. - Every day Pam organised morning tea so the Pastoral Care team could share and ideas. Love and prayers Sr Kath

As old colleagues of Pam Robertson at CIT in Canberra we wanted to let her family and her church know how much she meant to us and how her passing has left a gap in our shared history. Pam lived her life demonstrating all that is good in humanity, kindness, caring for all, not just those in need, and a vivacity that kept us all smiling. Her work in education and her pastoral duties later on are so fondly remembered by those she came in contact with. She was in short a gem. Together she and Graham were a wonderful team, their deep love for each other a joy to behold and aspire to. Stephanie Chapman and Peter Howes

As old colleagues of Pam Robertson at CIT in Canberra we wanted to let her family and her church know how much she meant to us and how her passing has left a gap in our shared history. Pam lived her life demonstrating all that is good in humanity, kindness, caring for all, not just those in need, and a vivacity that kept us all smiling. Her work in education and her pastoral duties later on are so fondly remembered by those she came in contact with. She was in short a gem. Together she and Graham were a wonderful team, their deep love for each other a joy to behold and aspire to. Stephanie Chapman and Peter Howes

Farewell beautiful Pam. Sorry to read this Graham. How hard it must have been for you and Pam to part. So glad we caught up last year even if only for a short while. Thank you for that very special time. It was good to catch up with Pam again at Baptist Women's events too in more recent years. A privilege to have been touched by your dearest Pam. Helen & Roy xx

Beautiful Pam. We will miss her beautiful smile, her kind and thoughtful caring for all she met, and her many years of support for her Bosom Buddies friends. I will miss her and think of the time Joan and I had with her and Graham in July when we laughed and enjoyed reminiscing. Vale darling Pam.

To Juli and family. My thoughts are with you all at this sad time. I have such fond memories of your Mum as we were growing up.

Sorry to hear about your mum Juli - I have very fond memories of a great lady x

I am so sorry Juli. Words are never enough and I can't even begin to say how sorry I am for your mum's passing. She was a really lovely lady who's smile always filled a room. I can still remember all those years ago how much I loved coming to your house. Pam was so kind and always made me feel so welcome. All my love to you all at this very sad time XOXO <3<3

So sorry for your loss! I remember what a wonderful lady she was with a blessed spirit of Christian love.

Have lovely memories of this beautiful lady - she directed NSW Baptist Women2Women so competently and wisely - we will meet again PTL

Pam was the most amazing support & encouragement to me when I was diagnosed with breast cancer 14 years ago and through her amazing work through Women2Women in our Baptist Churches of NSW & ACT. She has inspired many of us to be the strong women that God created us to be. Thank you Pam, you will be greatly missed here on earth, but will be receiving your well earned “Well done good & faithful servant” from our Lord

Thinking of you Julie and your family your mum was a beautiful lady

My deep condolences, she was a beautiful,loving, caring lady. I know how you feel Juli, after losing my mum early, but she has gone to her maker where she will be surrounded with god's love and many friends.

Oh Jules. So sorry to hear. Thinking of you all. Your mother had such a big heart - with room for everyone. She leaves a huge legacy. Lots of love. Xxxx

Such a beautiful mum. A special person to all who knew her. Love to you xx

Graham Meredith and I were sadden of the news about Pam. Please be assured we have you in our prayers. Pam was a great blessing to the Brigade. Trusting that the Lord is with you Gary