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Pamela Ann Rossiter Perry
December 2, 1953 ~ November 3, 2023 (age 69) 69 Years Old
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Pamela Ann Rossiter Perry was born on 12.2.53 to Charlie and Dorothy Rossiter in the Harvey Park section of Denver. Both her parents are WWII veterans, her Father worked at Gates Rubber Company and her mother was a Nurse at Lutheran Hospital. Pam married Wayne Perry in 1971 at age 17 and finished High School in Groton, CT where Wayne was stationed in the US Navy. After her Father passed in December 1974, they moved back to Denver with 1 son in tow and another soon on the way. Her Mother passed in 1997 from Alzheimer’s Disease. Pam was a dedicated homemaker to her sons and husband. Once her boys were in school Pam started to work.
She became an Aurora Reserve Police Officer in 1985-1989 and boy did she love it. She was the only female in her class and was a certified sharp shooter with both her right and left hand. She later became a bank manager at Wells Fargo and started managing trust funds. This was her favorite as she got to travel around the country meeting all kinds of interesting people.
For fun, Pam loved motorcycle rides on her chopper with her son Andy and husband Wayne. She learned to ride solo in 1972 while pregnant with her son Dave. She was featured in the Rocky Mountain Quick Throttle motorcycle magazine, Women Who Ride, in 2005. Pam was an avid reader, always with a book in her hand. She began to write her own short stories, poetry and then a novel later in life. After her divorce in 2007, Pam decided to attend culinary school in Charleston, SC. She always had a passion for cooking and baking for her family. Holiday celebrations were her favorite. She worked at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science cafe as Head chef.
Pam had a great love for her family, including 3 grandchildren whom she loved to spoil and a bulldog named Roxy. She was a strong and extraordinary woman, a fierce business woman and a dedicated Mom, Grandma, Wife, Sister, Sister in law, Mother in law, Aunt and Cousin.
Unfortunately, Pam was hit hard with a tough diagnosis of Alzheimer's, Dementia and suffered a series of strokes. She got to spend time living with both of her sons and their families before moving into memory care facility. She passed on Friday, 11.3.23 with her Son Andy and Daughter in law Cindy at her side. She will always be deeply loved and missed.
She is survived by her sons Dave Perry and wife Denise Perry, Andy Perry and wife Cindy Perry. Grandchildren Sierra, Dalton and Savannah. Siblings David Rossiter, Jim Rossiter and Debby Rossiter Risch.
There will be a celebration of Pam’s life on 12/2, what would have been her 70th birthday, at Andy and Cindy Perry’s home in Denver.