Pamela G. Lorca

Feb 11, 1950 - Sep 30, 2013

Obituary

Pamela passed away at the age of 63 years on September 30, 2013 after a six month battle with cancer. Pamela was a beloved daughter, mother, nana and sister. She is preceded in death by her mother Beverly Lorca. She is survived by her father; Norman Lorca (Juanita), mother of daughter Corinne Hansen, son; Matthew Gregory, Sister; Christine Terry (Carroll), brother; David Lorca, grandchildren; Taylor Kay, Devin, Brianna, Trayton and Justin. Nephews; Kevin (Karan), Ryan (Trish) Derek and Michael Terry, Zachary Lorca and nieces; Madison and Mackenzie Terry. We will miss her thoughtfulness and generosity, her bluntness, perfection and strength to fight this disease and her spirit which will remain with us long after she is gone.  She touched so many lives during her time on earth, and although we are sad that she is no longer with us, we feel blessed to have had her in our lives.  It’s ok to relax now my dear daughter, mother, sister, Nana and Auntie. We all love you dearly. Visitation will be at East Lawn Memorial Park, 4300 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, CA Sunday, October 6, 2013 from 12PM to 5 PM. Graveside Services will be held also at East Lawn Memorial Park, Monday, October 7, 2013 at 10 AM. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Cancer Society.

Guestbook

  • Kim Hughes says:

    Pam cleaned my house for 22 years. During that time she became my friend, not my housekeeper. Throughout the years we had many long talks and tears about what was going on in our lives. She knew my house intimately, she watched my children grow up and went through their trials and tribulations with me. I lost my husband 1 1/2 years ago and she went through that terrible tragedy with me. As I read in another posting, she was incredibly dependable. During the time she worked for me, I think she only missed one week of work and that was when she actually took a week off for what I’m sure was a much needed vacation. She did an amazing job. She called her business “Pam’s Perfection” and it definitely was perfection. She talked to me about her children and grandchildren. She loved you all so much and was so devoted to all of you. I am so, so sorry for your loss. She told me about her remodeled home and how she loved decorating it. Please accept my very deepest condolences.

  • Marty Hansen says:

    So sorry, Pam was a lovely lady. My thoughts are with all of you.

  • Yvonne Inouye says:

    To Pam’s family I’m sorry for your loss and want you to know I share your grief. Pam was with us for almost 24 years. She helped me shortly before Lisa was born since I had to stay off my feet at the end of my pregnancy. I’m not sure if she ever missed a day of work, well maybe one day. She was that dependable! I’ll never forget her mannerisms, standing feet apart and telling her story in rapid fashion maybe because of all the diet Pepsis she drank over here. She was definitely trustworthy and a good business woman. We had many talks and I found her to be a really good person with a heart of gold who spoke lovingly of her children and grandchildren always helpful and generous to them. She was a part of our family and it hurts to lose a member. I now look forward to meeting her family and reconnecting with the few I’ve met through the years. Again, I am very sorry for your loss. She was a great person.

  • Darell Hawley says:

    I read that Pam had passed away this morning, and I couldn’t believe it. Pam baby sat me when I was a child and we lived next door to Norm & Bev on “S” St, a long, long time ago. I’ll never forget Pam’s smile,it warmed your heart. My thoughts and prayers go out Pam’s family and I’ll be there Monday to say good bye.

  • Minasian family says:

    Our families grew up on Marsalla court with the Lorca family!! Pam recently returned to the court living her parents home. I fondly remember her dedication to her gardening!!! One of the nicest on our street!!!!!!! U could see the love of what she was planting !! My favorite was her Halloween decorations! I saw Pam about six weeks ago in her beautiful garden. Happy and strong!! Saying she going to fight this “terrible disease” . We pray for Pam’s family that you find peace and may your memories comfort you. Our condolences, The Minasian family

  • Corinne Hansen says:

    How does one write 35 years worth of Love and memories in a short paragraph.There are no amount of words I can say or even scream to express the Love I have for my mother. She is more then just my mom but my best friend who I can tell anything to. Even when she had no clue what the heck I was talking about being stuck in the old days as I would say to her she would just smile and try to make light of things. I didn’t know it then but she was just trying to make me feel better. I’m truly happy that I got to spend time with her this past 6 months even though she was ill. Anytime either good or bad was better then nothing at all. I didn’t want to miss out on what she had to say because those are memories I will hold close to my heart and memories for my daughter. Taylor was her special girl and they loved to stay up and talk and watch dancing with the stars. Mom you loved your cheesy shows but so do I. Please know that you are still with me everyday and I love you always and forever.

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