Pamela Moffatt Obituary, Death – Pamela Moffatt passed away on Friday when she was receiving hospice care at Sanford Hospital in Fargo, North Dakota. She had been sent to the hospital on Wednesday. During the final moments of her life, loving ones from both of her families were there to care for her. Pamela Moffatt, the daughter of Lemmie and Jean (Corrigan) Collins, was born on February 13 in the city of Lorain, which is located in the state of Ohio. Her mother’s name is Lemmie, and her father’s name is Jean (Corrigan). Jean is her mother’s name, and Lemmie was her father’s name when she was born.

Pam was the only girl in her family and the last kid to be born. She was also the youngest child overall. She attended Lower Lake High School in the state of California, which is also where she completed her high school career, and she was born and raised there. 1984 was the year when she graduated high school. Pam and her son Zakiery made the long journey to Rutland, which is situated in the state of North Dakota, in the year 1994. Pam had a chance encounter with Wayne Moffatt in the year 1998, and he would go on to become the man she would spend the rest of her life with.

Pam and Wayne tied the knot and became husband and wife on July 1, 2004, in the city of Wahpeton, located in the state of North Dakota. The happy couple had their first kid, a son called Alex, not long after they had their wedding and moved into their new house near Cayuga in North Dakota. Alex was their first child. Pamela treasured the time she was able to spend outside, not only fishing but also instructing others in the art of archery. She never sat down and was perpetually engaged in some endeavor or another.

Pam is survived by her husband, Wayne Moffatt, who currently resides in Cayuga, North Dakota; her sons, Zakiery Malpert of Wahpeton, North Dakota, and Alex Moffatt of Cayuga, North Dakota; her siblings, Thomas (Lisa) Collins of Surprise, Arizona, LeJean (Robert) Huston of Lakeside, California, and Michael Collins of Guerneville, California; as well as her aunt and uncle, Draxie and Dick Cor. Her passing came before that of both of her parents, Lemmie Collins and Jean Collins, who both passed away before her. Her passing came first.