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Pamela Halsan, 77, passed away at her home in Browns Point on January 19th. She was born in 1943 in Tacoma to Beverly and Glen More. She is survived by her mother, sisters Susan Myers (Stephen) and Wendy Jenne (Greg), four children, Christopher (Rachel), Carl (Melanie), Curt (Margaret), and Craig (Tina), and seven grandchildren Anthony, Davis, Matthew, Angela, Stanley, Hunter, and Ella.
When Pam Halsan moved back to the area six years ago, she brought with her childhood memories of the Browns Point neighborhood where she grew up but also years of experience and a vast array of connections to people and organizations throughout the Northwest.
After joining Points Northeast Historical Society, she assisted curator Mavis Stears and eventually stepped in to take over the job when Mavis retired.
She was an eager learner and became an indispensable participant in several areas of the PNEHS activities including the mammoth task as keeper of archives, director of the history museum, and producer of exhibits, organizer of a library, assistant sales director, a regular volunteer as a Saturday docent, and liaison to several local organizations
As an organization, we will miss her talents, her creative energy, and dedication to the mission of Points Northeast Historical Society. But to many more people in the local community and beyond she will be missed for her friendship and service to others.
A celebration of life service will be scheduled in the Spring. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations are made in Pam's honor to the Points Northeast Historical Society.
(Writing credits to The Tacoma News Tribune and Points Northeast Historical Society Members.)
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