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Pamela Lynn Novosad – October 18, 2018

Pamela Lynn Novosad

Pam was born May 23, 1968 in Chehalis, WA. After a long courageous battle with cancer, Pam went home to our Lord on October 18, 2018.

After moving as a child, Pam grew up in Klamath Falls, OR. That is where she met her high school sweetheart and the true love of her life, Mike Novosad. Mike and Pam were married in 1989.

Shortly after marrying, the two moved to Susanville, Ca and they were blessed to have and raise their two daughters, Ashley and Megan there.

One of her greatest joys was watching her girls grow-up, whether it was cheering them on at their games, going shopping or just spending time with her family, she was so proud of them and who they have become. She also loved being with her friends, and she had a lot of them. Pam was a strong woman of faith, always had a positive attitude and never complained, especially as she battled her illness.

Pam was so grateful to Banner Lassen Medical Center, where she worked for over 28 years, and her “work” family. Her wish was any donations made in her honor to BLMC Foundation, 1800 Spring Ridge Dr. Susanville, Ca 96130.

She is survived by her husband of 29 years, Mike, daughters Ashley (Keenan) Polan of Reno, NV and Megan Novosad of Susanville.

Her mother Olga McClure of Washington, her dad Dennis (Bonnie) McClure of Oklahoma. Her in-laws, Raymond and Joan Novosad of Oregon. Her sisters Shelly (Martin) McMurry and Tammie McClure of Washington, sister and brother-in-law, Lisa and Tom Shaw of Oregon, plus many nieces and nephews she adored.

As Pam wished, a Celebration of Life will be on Saturday, November 3, 2018 at Sentimental Journey, 465-320 Church St. Janesville, Ca from 2-5 pm.


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