In memory of
Pamela G. (Whitney) Lawless
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In memory of
Pamela G. (Whitney) Lawless
Pamela G. Lawless, 60 of Sequim, lost her battle to cancer 8/19/2018 surrounded by her husband and children. She was born October 16th, 1957 in Seattle, Washington to Melvin and Maureen Whitney of Sequim. She was the youngest of three siblings. Being part of a Sequim pioneer family she spent much of her childhood in Sequim and later moved to the area with her own family. Before moving to Sequim she worked for Boeing. She made a lasting impression on many and made many friendships while she later worked at the 101 Outpost and also the company she started with her husband. In 2017 she and her husband decided to retire and travel south for the winter to parts of California and Arizona. She loved traveling and being in the outdoors. She is proceeded in death by both of her parents (Mel and Maureen Whitney) and also her niece (Tracy Whitney) She is survived by her husband, Mike Lawless of Sequim, her daughter Kyna Lawless(Zach Smith)of Issaquah, her son Mel Lawless (Jennifer Rubens)of Sequim, her 7 grandchildren (Brett and Derek Easter, Lilly and Joslyn Smith, Ava, Blake and Claire Lawless) 2 brothers; David and Ron Whitney, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. No services will be held.
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In memory of
Pamela G. (Whitney) Lawless
Pamela G. Lawless, 60 of Sequim, lost her battle to cancer 8/19/2018 surrounded by her husband and children. She was born October 16th, 1957 in Seattle, Washington to Melvin and Maureen Whitney of Sequim. She was the youngest of three siblings. Being part of a Sequim pioneer family she spent much of her childhood in Sequim and later moved to the area with her own family. Before moving to Sequim she worked for Boeing. She made a lasting impression on many and made many friendships while she later worked at the 101 Outpost and also the company she started with her husband. In 2017 she and her husband decided to retire and travel south for the winter to parts of California and Arizona. She loved traveling and being in the outdoors. She is proceeded in death by both of her parents (Mel and Maureen Whitney) and also her niece (Tracy Whitney) She is survived by her husband, Mike Lawless of Sequim, her daughter Kyna Lawless(Zach Smith)of Issaquah, her son Mel Lawless (Jennifer Rubens)of Sequim, her 7 grandchildren (Brett and Derek Easter, Lilly and Joslyn Smith, Ava, Blake and Claire Lawless) 2 brothers; David and Ron Whitney, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. No services will be held.
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