Pamela Joyce Gane

September 11, 2015 14 Condolences Print Obituary

1933 - 2015 age 82.

It is with great sadness that the family of Pamela Joyce Gane announce her passing September 6, 2015.

Pamela was mother to 4 sons: Mark (Bernadette), Dennis. (Shirley), Hans (Lori), and Kristian. She was also Nana to 18 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren, 1 great great grand daughter and countless foster children. She also leaves behind her cherished friend Anne Marie Pielak.

Pamela is predeceased by her father, mother Dorothy, her brothers Dennis and Gordon.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Grey Nuns Hospital Foundation.

A celebration of Pamela's life will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion 9020 51 Avenue, Edmonton on September 18th at 2 PM

  1. I miss you mum.

    To my family, I pray that we all are patient in the time of our sorrow, now and especially in the days, weeks and months to come.

    Love
    Mark

  2. I love you Nana. You were a blessing to all you encountered. A cherished Daughter, Sister, Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Great Great Grandmother and loyal friend. Your beauty as a person will truly be missed and irreplaceable. In this moment you will be missed and never forgot it’s with sadness we say goodbye but joyful that you enter into a new phase of life.
    I will love you forever,
    Your Eeshy Weeshy

  3. My dearest NaNa,

    All these years that have passed I’ve missed you. I say goodbye with the heaviest of hearts.

    I love you and God willing we’ll meet again.

    Endless Love,

    Miri <3

  4. Goodbye Mummy.You were always there for me whenever I needed a mother’s love and advice. You were an awesome Mum to 4 sons and ‘Nana’ to the many grands and great grands that you helped us raise.
    Also a great Foster Parent.
    I will always love you. Thank you for giving so much of your love and wonderful hugs.
    B.C. Summers will never be the same.

    • On behalf of Pathways I would like to offer our sincerest condolences to the entire Gane Family. Having known Pamela for more than 15 years, her dedication and commitment to children was unwavering. She became a foster parent in 1995 and very quickly gained the reputation as the “baby whisperer”. She had a knack for caring for those little ones that was unrivaled. Never afraid to speak her mind, she was a strong advocate for those who had no voice. Her adventures here with Anne Marie are legendary and we wish to send our thoughts her way as well. For Jordan, we are just so sorry for your loss and are thinking about you. We will miss her sassy spunk and style, and there is no one that can “rock” a pair of heels like she could!

      In sympathy,
      Michelle Meadahl

  5. My sincere condolences and very big hugs to the family and dear friends in the loss of their dear mumsie (Pamela) May she rest in peace. I know you will remember her always. Especially when enjoying a timmies!

    Those we love don’t go away,
    They walk beside us every day,
    Unseen, unheard, but always near,
    Still loved, still missed and very dear.

    Love
    Shirley

  6. Please know that my prayers and thoughts are with the family during this difficult time. The loss of a loved one is never easy, but somehow with God’s mercy we are able to find strength. May your fondest memories keep your loved one close to your heart and with you always.
    Peace and Blessings,
    Ida Owens (sister of khadijah (Bernadettety)

  7. It is my prayer that the family finds comfort in keeping Pamela’s memories alive. She was such an inspiration and fund to be around. She was so full of energy and had such as sense of humor that whenever we met, I always left her house with a smile. Rest in peace Pamela. May your family and friends find peace by keep your legacy and memories alive
    Jose Reyes

  8. I would like to add my sincere condolences to the Gane Family, Anne Marie, and to Jordie. I had the pleasure of working with several members of the Gane Family through Pathways Family Services. Pamela’s devotion to children in need was strong and it was evident throughout her entire family. I smile every time I think of this little dynamo of a lady who was able to take charge and advocate for all the children that passed through her doors. She was fearless when it came to caring for, and protecting her babies. Not once did she ever complain about the 2 A.M. feedings or the endless diaper changes. I believe she holds the agency record for “potty training” the most children. She was witty and funny and full of life. Always a fashionista in a skirt with a pair of heels. I was always a little happier after spending time with her. She has left a wonderful legacy with Pathways and will be fondly remembered for many years to come.

    My thoughts and prayers are with Pamela and her family
    Sharon Bouchard

    • Nana just stopped by to tell you I’ve been.thinking about you all the time. Your in my heart. I love you and miss you so much. I know your still watching all your youngings from up there. Rest easy. ❤️

  9. Dearest Aunty Pam, our fondest thoughts are and always will be with you. Our thoughts also go out to your wonderful family in Canada at this tragic time. We are all blessed to have had such a lovely Aunt. Love to you and the whole family, always. From your Nephews, Niece and family back in the UK.
    XXXXXXXX

  10. To dear Pam
    It seems a life time away when we were single and lived at 7a Sycamore Grove Southend on Sea England
    Remembering you with fond memories
    Love from Lynn

  11. Nana I am missing every minute you are gone. But cherish every moment we experienced together may you rest in piece love Zak

  12. I love u Nana, I wish I had the opportunity to attend the funeral. So I say I know you are smiling down on me from heaven and with that I’m at peace within like you are above. I will tell your first great great grand daughter, Ebonique, how good of a cook you were!!!

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