Pamela Kay Kozak
Mar. 17, 1956 – Sept. 28, 2019
Pamela Kay Kozak, passed away peacefully on Saturday, September 28, 2019, at the age of 63 years.
Pam was born on March 17, 1956 in Yakima, Washington. She moved to Boise, Idaho as a young child and graduated from Borah High School. She married her husband Fred in 1985, and they made their home in Richmond for over 30 years. They lovingly raised 2 children, and she faithfully cared for her family. She loved reading, cooking, crafts, and her kitties. Pam was a woman of faith and found much peace in participating in Community Bible Study, prayer groups, and activities. She was immensely proud of her family, and spending time with family and friends was Pam’s passion and delight. Her personality, full of humor and wit, will be greatly missed.
Pam will be lovingly remembered by her husband, Fred, their children Amber Hardison (Eric) and Matthew Kozak, granddaughter Hazel, sisters Jan Bourquin and Jeanie Vaughn, and numerous extended family and friends.
Family are planning a memorial service at a later time. Memorial donations can be made to James River Hospice.
I will miss you very much. A hole will be in my heart forever. Love you.
Thank you Charlotte. I know Pam loved you very much.
You are missed. So sad to hear of your passing but I know you are at peace and seeing You Heavenly Father face to face.
Your sweetness lives on in the children and little Hazel
Fred, Matt ,Amber, Eric and. Hazel
May God provide moments of joy and peace as you go through this sad time. You were her whole focus (after God) and she loves you still. My prayers and sincere sympathies.
I love the picture of Pam that shows her smiling with that twinkle in her eye. We will see her and rejoice with you again.
Thank you Jane for kind words to Pam and all of us. You were one of her most treasured friends and she loved you very much.
Hope you and Ed are well.
YOU WERE AND WILL ALWAYS BE FOREVER LOVED BY ALL OF US COUSINS
My cousin Pam was a beautiful and gregarious woman. She was always smart, witty, kind, and loving. You could always expect her to be direct and very honest. You are NOT going to pull anything on her. She was much too wise for that. Her family was her life and her husband was a true God send. She was very close to God and I am sure that is why she remained with her family so long with this horrific disease. She did not want to leave them. Her smile and hug and her very cute giggle will be missed by me. Pam will never be forgotten by all of her cousins. I never met a person who did not love her. 💔
Matthew, I am so very sorry to hear about your mother. My prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. We love you! – Mrs. Grahek and family (Jim, Jimmy, Elizabeth, Thomas and Kevin)
My heartfelt sympathy goes out to the Kozak family on the loss of your mother and wife. You are lucky that you have such a strong family to lean on during this time. My thoughts are with you all.
Fred, Elaine and I extend our deepest sympathies to you and your family upon Pam’s death. All of you are in our thoughts these tough days.
Thank you Archie. Good to hear from you. Hope you, Eliane and family are doing well.
Iam so sorry to hear of Pams death.May she be with God and rest in peace.