Bucktrout of Williamsburg
Pamela Fizer, 69, of Williamsburg, passed away on May 7, 2020.
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Margaret Steele posted on 5/19/20
Pam was such a good friend. Kind and a great sense of humor. We enjoyed so many fun times at the farm - especially decorating for Halloween - her favorite holiday. She was so talented with her art and so generous making gifts for her family and friends. Family trips with Kim, Vince and Jim to Disney World were the highlight of her year. She just loved the Disney characters.
We will all miss you Pam. Your love, kindness, generosity, hard work - you were an example to all.
Leone Vigil posted on 5/16/20
Thank You Pam for all you are and have done.
Pam and many of us Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Nurses worked closely together for many years and formed a bond as we cared for others. Pam was a teacher to me as a young ICU Nurse and I remember her and her teachings to this day. Our time together was a golden time for me in my life and I will always be grateful for the opportunities, lessons, and times we all spent together.. Pam and many others helped with the transformation of a New young ICU Nurse to an Experienced, Professional, Compassionate, Knowledgeable, Capable, and Caring ICU Nurse. That was many years ago and I will cherish the memories we shared together. Happy International Year of the Nurse Pam 2020 as you were an
Integral part of our Nursing Profession. You will be missed and not forgotten.
Sending Prayers for Peace, Love, Support, and Comfort to Pam's Family, and
Friends. Rest well Pam, well deserved, and job well done. Until we meet again.
Dean Ehlert posted on 5/13/20
Pam was a wonderful and gracious friend. My quilting buddy.
Christine Wright posted on 5/12/20
Ten years of fun and friendship - love you Pam. Heartfelt condolences to Kim and family.
Gail Oakes posted on 5/12/20
Pam and I worked at WCH in ICU together.She was a wonderful person and strong nurse. When I left she made a lap quilt and had the doctors and nurses that I worked with sign it. It is the first thing you see when you come into my home.
I was proud to be Pam's godmother on Jan 13, 1991 at St. George's Episcopal Church In Newport News, VA. I don't know if it was that day but I remember embarrassing her by not waiting to go up to communion when the usher said but practically running up when communion was announced.
Pam, also, invited me to stay at her condo when I went back to Williamsburg to visit the nurses I worked with in ICU at a luncheon. It is a wonderful memory. Pam introduced me to her Carolina Wrens in her garden. Pam's last words to me were " Don't forget me." My condolences to her sister Kim and her family.
Fran Whitney posted on 5/12/20
I volunteered with Pam at Wetherburn's Tavern and the Everard House in Colonial Williamsburg for many years. She was always fun to be around and I enjoyed volunteering with her. Unfortunately, she had to give up her volunteering due to her duties as a Visiting Nurse.
Beth Broxton posted on 5/12/20
I worked with Pam in the intensive care unit some years ago. She was always kind, friendly and willing to help. She was a good soul.
I worked with Pam in ICU many years ago. She was always good-natured and willing to help. She was a good soul.
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