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Pamela Moore

Pamela Sue "Pam" Moore (Clyburn)

Friday, August 5th, 1960 - Tuesday, August 25th, 2020
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MOORE, Pamela Sue, “Pam” age 60 of Dayton, passed away Tuesday, August 25, 2020. Pam was born August 5th, 1960 in Columbus, Ohio. She attended Vandalia-Butler High School and worked at Miami Valley Hospital as a nurse’s aide, and as a Bus aide for the Northridge School system. Preceded in death by her husband Jon and Father Bill Clyburn. Survived by her fiancé Dave Estep, mother Ruby Clyburn, 2 daughters Samantha Moore and Patricia Lockwood, 3 grandchildren Evan Lockhart, Roman Wells and Emily Moore, mother-in-law Jo (Larry) Sabec, 3 sisters Ella Bare, Patricia (Don) Smith and Lois Tropea, 2 brothers Bill (Venetia) Clyburn, and Jason Clyburn. Pam enjoyed gardening and reading and was the caregiver for her grandchildren. Services will be held at the family’s convenience. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery.

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Your Sis Lois, Anthony, Erika & Arlo Buehner &Vincent Tropea

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You left an impression in our hearts for eternity. Now this tree will leave your impression for all to see for eternity. Love you forever and a day.

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Debbie Hunter Hankinson

Posted at 02:08pm
Pam, I will always remember your smile. I hope to be with you in heaven some day. Love always, Debbie Jo, Rocky, and Wilma.
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Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
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Bill Venetia and family

Posted at 03:57pm
Pam you will be missed .. We love you.. Bill ,Venetia And family
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Katherine Sacksteder

Posted at 03:53pm
Pamwas exactly 1 1/2 years older than me. We spent much of the time from when we became friends working at a Friendly's restaurant in 1985 (after my first marriage broke up, until we both got busy working as nurse's aides - a class she pestered me to take after she took it. (It got me out of working in retail). I wanted to work at the big trauma hospital in Dayton's ER, expected Pam to get a job at somewhere slower paced, where she could focus her energies on more one on one care. I couldn't get hired at that hospital - but Pam got right in - on the Neuro floor. The most challenging area in the hospital. And she was fantastic at it. She told me that Hospice of Dayton was hiring, so I applied for it, and got hired, and loved being able to spend my whole shift with one patient. We joked about how we expected the jobs we'd get would be the opposite of what we got, and we both turned out to be best suited for where we were. After she left the hospital, she got a job managing an apartment complex and got so busy we barely had time to catch up with each other. I wish so badly I would've made more of an effort to stay. In touch with her after I left Hospice and she left the apartment management job. We, .. No, I, wasted so much time that we could've been hanging out again in the last 4 or 5 years. The years at Friendly's and years from when Samantha was born until Sam stopped home schooling and went to public school were the best years of my life.

I miss her so much.
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