Pamela R. Chambers

1928 ~ 2022

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Pamela R Chambers, age 94, returned to heaven to be with her husband, Jackie and her loved ones on October 15th, 2022 in Kearns, Utah.

Our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother was born on January 16th, 1928, in Toronto Ontario, Canada. Fearless, adventurous, and determined to find her purpose in life, she moved on her own to Salt Lake City in her early twenties where she lived in the Beehive House. She was invited to join the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and toured Europe in 1955. At the end of the tour, she met her sweetheart Jackie in Belfast, Ireland and eventually made the move across the world to be with him. Pam and Jackie Stevenson Chambers were married in Belfast, Northern Ireland on July 8th, 1957. They were sealed in the London Temple on October 8th, 1960.

Pam was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She had a passion for music and served in many church callings involving music. She and Jackie completed a service mission in Salt Lake City, which they both enjoyed very much.

Pam was always put together with her hair permed, clothes ironed and a purse on her shoulder. She was extremely witty and always had a smart remark up her sleeve. Some of her favorite things include mashed potatoes and gravy, crossword puzzles, reading the paper, gardening or just simply being outside. She was always ready for an adventure to the thrift store to find a treasure. She looked forward to meeting her great grandchildren whenever they could visit. She was endearingly known as “Gigi” or “Grandma Pam” by her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was loved beyond words and will be missed beyond measure.

Pam was preceded in death by her husband, Jackie, her parents, brothers, and infant daughter Ramona. She is survived by three daughters, 11 grandchildren, and 9 great grandchildren, and loved by many more.

She will be laid to rest at Elysian Gardens next to Jackie and Ramona on October 22nd, 2022.


My deepest sympathies for your loss. Take care.

- Kim Thomas