Pam, 67, of Arlington was born in April 1951 in Key West, Florida, to Thomas and Clara Connolly. Jesus brought her home after a very brief and aggressive battle with metastatic cancer on July 14, 2018, surrounded by her loving family. Pam moved to Seattle, WA with her parents as a young girl. She graduated Blanchette High School in 1969. She moved to Yakima and Tri-Cities during the ‘70s and ‘80s and came back home to the Pacific NW in 1986.
Pam worked as an escrow officer most of her life and owned National Escrow Services in Marysville from 1989 to 2001. She proudly served the Snohomish County area continuing her escrow career at Olympic Escrow in Arlington until the onset of her illness.
Pam’s favorite pastime was camping at “the property” outside of Cle Elum, WA. She loved painting ceramics and reading a good book. Family was most important to Pam. She was an inspiration to those that met her. She never met anyone who didn’t enjoy the time they spent with her, no matter how
brief. She cared, she loved, she was selfless, and she made a difference to all she touched. Pam is loved still and missed deeply daily. She will continue to be the wind beneath our wings.
Pam is survived by her parents Tom and Clara Connolly of Lynnwood; her daughters Lisa Cisneros (Augie) and Sarah Novobielski of Arlington; her son Joseph Novobielski (Jessica) of Everett; grandchildren Alexis, Ayrieann and Angelina Cisneros and Haylen Pierce of Arlington; her sisters Debbie Oliver (Joe) of
Bainbridge Island, Sylvia DeShayes of Lynnwood and Joan Hynek (Jeff) of Marysville; many nieces, nephews, cousins and special friends, too numerous to name.
Pam was proceeded in death by her sons Aaron (1974) and Brett (1995) and her brother Steve (2014).
Services were held earlier.