Pamela Elaine (Knopf) Williams
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July 9, 1962 - March 6, 2021
Pamela (Pam) age 58, returned home to her Heavenly Father on March 6th, 2021.
Pam is survived by her sweetheart of 39 years, Kent Williams, their three children; Kenith (Rikki), Morgan and Kristi, two grandsons Clayson and Conner, mother Sina Knopf, two brothers Tony Scigliano and family, Les Scigliano and family, sister-in-law Kimala Wallo and family, the Twisted Sisters (her lunch bunch group) and many other kids she claimed and called her own.
Pam was born on July 9, 1962 in Downey, CA to Sina and Layton Knopf. She was known for her love of having fun, her genuine kindness, willingness to serve, and her love of all things Disney. If you can think of a job, Pam probably had experience doing it. She loved to try new things and wasn't afraid to get her hands dirty (but also didn't mind a manicure). Everyone knew that when it came to her family, they'd better not get in the way of her babies; she was a fierce fiery person and fought hard for her beliefs.
Pam met Kent at the age of 18 and fell head over heels, literally. On their first date she sprained her ankle and the rest is history. Pam and Kent then welcomed three beautiful children, and many fur babies. Together, they loved good food, being surrounded by family and friends, and traveling to places both near and far. Some of Pam's favorite trips were to pick up Kenith from his mission in the West Indies and with Kristi to Washington D.C. Pam loved history and was very patriotic. She was a huge supporter of our troops and law enforcement, and as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she served in many capacities, and put together many large service projects and activities.
She was always the first to volunteer to go buy fireworks, and the first to go on an adventure. Being a Grandma was her calling in life. To her kids she was "Big Mama" and to her grandbabies she was "G-ma". Pam fought a hard fight and after 2 1/2 years passed away in her home surrounded by family.
Funeral services for Pam will be held March 13th, 2021 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 601 Deseret Way at 12:00 Noon. Services will also be broadcasted on the link mywebcast.churchofjesuschrist.org