After a long battle with cancer, Pamela L Welliver went home to the Lord Jesus Christ on May 19, 2017, in Monmouth, at the age of 63.
She leaves behind her loving husband, Glenn Welliver; her daughters, Ann Holt and Belinda Welliver; four grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; and her three sisters, Joanne Via, Doris Newton and Charlotte VanHuss.
Pamela was born Nov. 12, 1953, in Prescott, Ariz., to Benjamin and Vivian Chapman, who predeceased her. Pamela was the youngest of four daughters. She graduated from Dallas High School in 1972, and attended accounting classes at Chemeketa Community College. She was operations manager for the Commercial Bank in Silverton and West Salem.
After her marriage to Glenn Welliver in 1987, she became office manager for the family business —Welliver Metal Products Corporation.
Pamela had a lifelong love for animals, travel and camping, making one last trip the first week of May. Pamela began her battle with Primary Peritoneal Cancer in May 2015; she fought her illness with courage and remained a brave, iron-willed woman, even throughout her final months.
She was greatly loved by her family, friends and church family at South Salem Church of Christ.
Pamela’s ashes will be interred at City View Funeral Home & Cemetery in a private event for family only. A service to celebrate Pamela’s life will be held at South Salem Church of Christ, 310 Ewald St. SE, on May 26, 2017, at 3 p.m. All are welcome.
Arrangements by City View Funeral Home.