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Pamela Weaver

Published On: Sep 25 2013 05:08:14 PM CDT
Pamela Weaver

MONONA-Pamela Weaver, age 55, of Monona, passed away on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013, at St. Mary's Hospital after a short, courageous battle with cancer.

She was born on June 13, 1958, in Sparta, to Kenneth and Margaret (Kinney) Steinhoff. Pam married Steven Weaver on Oct. 7, 1978. She worked at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for 29 years where she made many friends. She enjoyed the simple things in life, most of all her family, especially her two granddaughters Avery and Emersyn.

Pam issurvived by her husband, Steven Weaver; daughter, Jennifer (Brad) Meek; granddaughters, Avery and Emersyn; six sisters, Bonnie (Don) Bender, Debra (Roger) Laufenberg, Karen (Bob) Marty, Susan (Jim) Kuderer, Cynthia Steinhoff Brummund, and Connie (Kirt) Brummund; one brother, Chuck Steinhoff; along with many other relatives and friends . She was preceded in death by her parents, Kenneth and Margaret; her grandparents; and one niece.

A private family service will be held on Friday, Sept. 27, 2013, with Pastor Mike Lee presiding. Visitation will be held at GUNDERSON EAST FUNERAL HOME, 5203 Monona Dr., Madison, from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. Memorials may be made to the family of Pam.

Gunderson East
Funeral & Cremation Care
5203 Monona Dr.
(608) 221-5420

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