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Official Obituary of: Pamela L. Doiron 4/14/2018

Pamela L. Doiron 4/14/2018

PLAINVILLE – Pamela L. Doiron, 55, of Plainville passed away Saturday, April 14, 2018 at home surrounded by her devoted family.  She was the loving wife of David Doiron for the past 33 years.

Born September 28, 1962 in Pawtucket, RI, she was the daughter of Connie (Beaupre) Perry and her husband Gerald of East Providence, RI and the late William Rollinson.

Pam grew up in South Attleboro and was a 1980 graduate of Attleboro High School.  She has been a resident of Plainville for the past 25 years.

She worked as a night auditor at the Best Western Hotel in Sharon for 15 years before retiring due to disability and previously worked several years at Hilsinger Company in Plainville.

Pam loved her pets and enjoyed playing cards, sudoku and doing puzzle books.  She also loved traveling to Hawaii with her loving husband.  Most of all she cherished time spent with her children and grandchildren.

In addition to her husband, mother and step-father, she is survived by four children: Ann Cassidy and husband Patrick of Attleboro, Stacey Faircloth and husband Jared of Woonsocket, RI, David Doiron, Jr. and wife Nichole of Enfield, CT and Katelynn Brann and husband Josiah of Little Rock, AR;

Four grandchildren: David III, Madison, Natalie and Abigail and she was expecting her 5th grandchild, Gwendolyn.

She was sister of the late William Rollinson II.

Visiting hours will be held on Thursday, April 19 from 4-8 p.m. in the Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro.  A funeral service will be held in the funeral home on Friday, April 20 at 10 a.m. followed by burial at Newell Burying Ground, South Attleboro.

 

 

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  • Connie and Pam’s family. So sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sorry this is late but I just found out from my sister.

  • David, I’d like to offer my sincere condolences to you and your family during this sad time. My very best, fellow football official, Keith Bryan.

  • Sending my love thoughts and prayers. All of you are very blessed by the foundation of family your parents both taugh you. Your mother did a amazing job rasing you all with the value of how important family is.

  • RIP Pam, I will treasure the times growing up with you in South Attleboro. Wish we had kept more in touch after HS

  • Connie & Gerry : I want you to know that I will always hold Pam close to my heart . She was a very special friend to me . I enjoyed every moment I spent with her ( even if you all were teasing me about my attire ) . Sending you love , prayers and hugs for comfort . Love , Lisa

  • Dave , Stacey , David & Katelynn : My prayers are with you as you adjust to having Pam / Mom with our Lord ~ she was the best !

  • Rest in eternal peace , my friend ~ your memory will live on with me forever . I cherish every memory we made together over the years . Your laugh & smile will stay with me forever . Your friendship meant so much to me , especially at times I needed a friend most . I love & miss you , my friend !

  • I did not have the chance to meet Pamela directly, but I have watched David every week for three years. From what I see with David, what a good mother she must have been, and how proud she must have been of her children. And while I stand on the other side of the “parent road” as a father, they is no greater joy than seeing your children making good decisions and having a happy life. With all that said, Pamela’s legacy and love will be embodied in her family for generations to come…what a gift.

  • RIP my friend, I will always cherish our friendship and the wonderful memories we made. You were the best.My heart has just lost a piece

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  1. RIP my friend, I will always cherish our friendship and the wonderful memories we made. You were the best.My heart has just lost a piece

  2. I did not have the chance to meet Pamela directly, but I have watched David every week for three years. From what I see with David, what a good mother she must have been, and how proud she must have been of her children. And while I stand on the other side of the “parent road” as a father, they is no greater joy than seeing your children making good decisions and having a happy life. With all that said, Pamela’s legacy and love will be embodied in her family for generations to come…what a gift.

  3. Rest in eternal peace , my friend ~ your memory will live on with me forever . I cherish every memory we made together over the years . Your laugh & smile will stay with me forever . Your friendship meant so much to me , especially at times I needed a friend most . I love & miss you , my friend !

  4. Dave , Stacey , David & Katelynn : My prayers are with you as you adjust to having Pam / Mom with our Lord ~ she was the best !

  5. Connie & Gerry : I want you to know that I will always hold Pam close to my heart . She was a very special friend to me . I enjoyed every moment I spent with her ( even if you all were teasing me about my attire ) . Sending you love , prayers and hugs for comfort . Love , Lisa

  6. RIP Pam, I will treasure the times growing up with you in South Attleboro. Wish we had kept more in touch after HS

  7. Sending my love thoughts and prayers. All of you are very blessed by the foundation of family your parents both taugh you. Your mother did a amazing job rasing you all with the value of how important family is.

  8. David, I’d like to offer my sincere condolences to you and your family during this sad time. My very best, fellow football official, Keith Bryan.

  9. Connie and Pam’s family. So sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sorry this is late but I just found out from my sister.

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