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8th June 1935 - 22nd January 2024


… In loving memory of ….

BROWN, Pamela Lillian
Passed away peacefully on 22nd January 2024 at Casino Memorial Hospital. Aged 88 Years.
Late of Casino and formerly of Mudgee.
Dearly loved wife of Max.
Much loved mother & mother-in-law of Elizabeth (decd) & Richard De La Mare, Louise & Greg Morris, Suzanne & Rodney Bland.
Cherished Grandma of Jayden.
Loved and sadly missed by all the Abbot & Brown families.

Rest in Peace – Free from Pain

Relatives and friends of Pam are invited to attend her funeral service to be held on TUESDAY 30 January 2024 commencing at 2.30pm at The Arentz Chapel, Parkview Funeral Home, 41 Walker Street, Casino NSW.
Following the service, Pam will be transported to Macquarie Valley Funerals for burial at Mudgee Lawn Cemetery on MONDAY 5th February 2024.

Funeral Details

Parkview – Casino
41 Walker St
Casino NSW 2470

Date: Tuesday 30 January 2024
Time: 2:30pm

Mudgee Lawn Cemetery
Mount Pleasant Road
Mudgee NSW 2850

3 replies on “BROWN, Pamela Lillian”

Dean and Joannesays:

So sorry to hear this very sad news. Just letting you know that we are feeling your loss at this time.

Adam Stapletonsays:

So sad to hear of the passing of Mrs Brown (as I always knew her), spent a lot of time at the brown’s house in Sutherland as a kid and she was one of the loveliest ladies I had the good fortune to spent a lot of time with. My parents were great friends of Pam & Max and we would constantly be around their place, we only lived about 600 mtrs away. It was aways a blast listening to them all joke about. My deepest condolences go to Louise & Suzanne and their Families. May you rest in peace Pam Brown.

Catherine Magnersays:

Sincere condolences to all the Brown family. While I did not know Pam well I remember her as a lovely, gentle person who was dedicated to her family. Sorry I am not able to attend the service today. Max might remember me-I am the daughter of the late Pat Richardson (Casino), niece of your old neighbours the Stapletons when you lived in Southerland.

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