Pamela Sue DeMoor was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on Jan. 13, 1982, and passed away Feb. 25, 2018 as the result of a tragic automobile accident on Black Diamond Road in Auburn, Wash. Her unborn daughter Lilly was also lost in the accident.
Pam’s family moved to Oak Harbor, Wash. before she started school, and she completed her schooling there. While at Oak Harbor High School, Pam was very active in softball and volleyball, and also played on the Rising Stars traveling softball team. She graduated from Oak Harbor High School in 2000, and went on to play both softball and volleyball at Skagit Valley College in Mount Vernon.
After college, Pam had multiple jobs that she enjoyed – most recently at Blue Origin and Floform in Kent, Wash., but her favorite job in all of the world was being a mom to her daughter Lola. Lola’s birth in 2012 changed everything for Pam and she immediately became very passionate about being the best mom she could be. In 2015, Pam fell in love with fishing and with her fiancé Dan Gerard. The life, family and adventures they shared together were the joy of her life and she was so excited to welcome their baby girl into the world.
Pamela is survived by her daughter Lola Sellmer, Fiancé Daniel Gerard, parents David and Hermiña DeMoor, sister Michelle (Brad) Passman, brother Dean (Tobie) DeMoor, brother Daryl DeMoor; and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins in the U.S. and the Philippines.
A private family viewing at Wallin Funeral Home and a memorial open house at Grace Community Church were held March 3, 2018 in Oak Harbor.
Family and friends wishing to financially help Pam’s daughter Lola are encouraged to contribute to the GoFundMe page set up in the name of Pamela DeMoor.
To leave condolences or share messages please visit Pamela’s Book of Memories page on the funeral home website at www.wallinfuneralhome.com