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Pamela Beatrice Pepper was born April 23, 1953 to loving parents Max C Robinson and Beatrice Fay Kirtley in Port Angeles, Washington. On April 5, 2023 surrounded by loved ones she passed away at her home in Twin Falls, Idaho.
She spent most of her younger life in Bellevue and Hailey, Idaho. Pam was the 5th child out of six children. When she was younger her family always were in the outdoors whether it was hunting, fishing and or camping. On October 2, 1969 she married the love her life Raymond James Pepper. During their marriage they lived in the Hailey and Bellevue area, then they moved to Port Townsend, Washington and then moving to the Buhl, Castleford, and Twin Falls area. Pam and Ray were married until he passed on Sept. 4, 2007. They had four children Kirk, Kevin, Krystal and Kelly.
Pam was known as momma Pam to not just her children but to most of her children’s friends, even in the most recent years. She enjoyed cooking for lots of people. She enjoyed playing different card games, board games and doing things as a family. Her main occupation was cooking and waitressing. She always maintained that if you left her house hungry then that was your own fault because she always made sure to prepare and cook enough food to feed an army.
Pamela is survived by her significant other Edward Cook, her sister: Maxine Shipp, her children: Kevin(Brandi)Pepper, Krystal (Nathan)Wilkinson, Tricia Geddes her grandchildren: William Pepper, Andrew Pepper, Cheyenne Pepper, Takoda(Kiana)Pepper, Kiricia Pepper, Harper Straub(Robbie and Kalli), Lilly Grega(Corey), Levi Wilkinson, Savannah Thorne as well as many nieces, nephews and other family members.
She is preceded in death by her parents: Arthur Bryan Shipp Jr. Beatrice Fay Kirtley, Max C. Robinson her spouse Raymond James Pepper, Her son Kirk William Pepper, her daughter Kelly Rae Straub, her four brothers (Jay, Kay, Michael, and Arthur Bryan III).
The family would like to thank Idaho Home and Hospice for all that they did for their mom.
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