Mrs. Pamela Styers, 58, passed away in her home on April 12th, 2022, after a valiant battle with cancer. Pam was born on November 12th, 1963 to Robert & Jan Deblois in Waterville, Maine. After an early childhood in Maine alongside her brother, Robert, and their large extended family, Pam and her immediate family moved down to Connecticut, living in the area of Southington & Plainville, Connecticut. It was in Connecticut she spent most of her life, living and working in various locations across the state.
After living an interesting, vivacious young adult life, touching the lives of those she met, Pamela found the man she would spend the rest of her life with. Pam married Christopher Styers on September 9th, 1996. It was Chris she would spend the rest of her days with. She continued to make her presence known wherever she went, time and again known as a beacon of hope and positivity, no matter the circumstance. Eventually, Pam and Chris purchased a home in Litchfield, Connecticut, where they would live for the next 21 years, having two children and continuing to act as a herald of kindness and hope for everyone she met.
In 2020, after much consideration, Pam and Chris decided to move south, to pursue an easy retirement visiting beaches and drinking wine in the evenings. Pam pursued a few career options while living in Clark’s Hill, South Carolina, with most of her employment occuring at the Klosinski-Overstreet Law Offices as a paralegal. She made many friends there, as she had a propensity to do, but it was here the cancer that would take her life began to accelerate.
This third battle with cancer would be her last, with Pam putting up a heroic effort against a very aggressive return of the cancerous growths she had twice before beaten. She continued to be a wellspring of positivity even in her last days, refusing to give in to the disease, even while she prepared her family for the end. Pamela passed in her home in the arms of her husband, entering into rest quickly and painlessly.
She is survived by her husband, Chris, as well as her two sons, Christopher and Carson. She also leaves behind her brother, Robert, and her father, Robert, as well as a multitude of step-siblings, cousins, nieces, and nephews. She joins in heaven her mother, Jan, as well as her nephew Jimmy, and her grandparents.
As a final note, if you plan to attend Pam's memorial service, please wear something purple in celebration of her life.
Her memorial service will be held at the Rowland-Ford Funeral Home on Thursday, April 21st, between 6PM and 8PM.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Pamela’s memory may be made to the American Cancer Society.