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Stark, Pamela A.

Stark, Pamela A.

February 10, 1949 — March 27, 2022

Pamela A Stark, born February 10, 1949, joined the love of her life, Charles “Mike” Stark, when she passed on March 27, 2022. She leaves two daughters, Kim (Brad) Cogdill and Carrie (Arthur) Nicholson, four grandchildren, Ty Cogdill, Brett Cogdill, Baleigh Noble and Santana Hiatt; a brother, Michael Sabin, a sister, Maggie Hicks, and several beloved nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. While Pam was related to these people, she was also a friend to them and will be greatly missed.

Pam enjoyed watching nature, people and learning about relationships. She loved plants and animals and loved watching her grandkids as they learned to appreciate them too. She had a great sense of humor and was easy to startle and goof with. She laughed easy and loved people for who they were.

The family is forever in debt to her Appleton City friends and neighbors for all of their love in recent years. Pam wanted to stay as independent and close to home as possible and you helped her do just that. We couldn't have done it without you. Sorry, Dad, we did the best we could to take care of her and keep her out of your hair as long as we could. It’s your turn.

Pam will be properly interred Tuesday, June 14, at 2:30pm in Memorial Park Cemetery. There will be no formal celebration, but a tent for gathering and sharing will be available at the site until 3.

No flowers, please. Pam really didn’t want a celebration, or obituary or any attention at all. She was grateful for all of the pictures and videos sent to her card that she could watch over and over to remind her how loved she was. The best way to honor her would be to sit outside and have an RC (and a cigarette) with a friend while you find the good things in life to fill your conversation.

Service Information

Pam will be properly interred Tuesday, June 14, at 2:30pm in Memorial Park Cemetery. There will be no formal celebration, but a tent for gathering and sharing will be available at the site until 3.

No flowers, please. Pam really didn’t want a celebration, or obituary or any attention at all. She was grateful for all of the pictures and videos sent to her card that she could watch over and over to remind her how loved she was. The best way to honor her would be to sit outside and have an RC (and a cigarette) with a friend while you find the good things in life to fill your conversation.

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I am so happy we got to be close friends and had so much fun fixing up things and planting flowers. God Bless you and Mike, give him and all our friends we had at the land-heavenly ❤ love.

Ed and Mary Jo Frank

She didn’t want an obituary. Sounds like my dad when he said he didn’t want us telling anyone he had died because he didn’t want the attention. Must be that Simmons blood! Hugs and prayers!

Mary Pat Rosewicz

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