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Pamela “Pam” Jo Wilkiewicz

December 25, 1952 - May 31, 2024
Pilgrim Evangelical Lutheran Church
6817 West Center Street
Wauwatosa, WI 53222
Wednesday 6/12, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Pilgrim Evangelical Lutheran Church
6817 West Center Street
Wauwatosa, WI 53222
Wednesday 6/12, 5:00 pm

In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated to the Wisconsin Humane Society.

Pamela Jo Wilkiewicz “Pam” (nee Erickson) Passed away peacefully and is now reunited with her daughter, baby Jenny, on Friday, May 31, 2024, age 71. Loving Wife of Steven for 43 years. Proud Mom of Andy and Tim Wilkiewicz. Special Sister of Jeanne (Richard) Ruffin. Warmhearted Aunt of Jill (Andy) Rumpf, Joel (Megan) Sanfelippo, JodiContinue Reading

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Marla Hyman left a message on June 12, 2024:
It is with deep sorrow that this message is written, I spent many happy years as a friend to Pam and her entire family. Pam will be missed by all that knew her. May her memory be a blessing.
Dawn Sehmer left a message on June 11, 2024:
My deep sympathy goes out to Steve, the boys, Jeanne and rest of the family- know that I share your loss. Pamie Jo and I met in Kindergarten, and became fast friends as we went through Neeskara in Brownie and Girl Scouts together, then on to Steuben and Job's Daughters #8, and finishing at Washington HS. We shared love of sports, a few boy crushes, lots of fun adventures, and our parents became good friends as well. We kept in touch yearly with Xmas and B-day cards, as Pam was one day older than me, and never let me forget I must 'respect your elders' (even though she was a head shorter than me). I always did. She will be greatly missed, and I'm sorry I can't attend services. God Bless.
Jeffrey F Kober left a message on June 11, 2024:
Steve, Andy and Tim, As long-time neighbors, we have seen Pam and Steve bring wonderful little ones into their family, and the world. We have had the honor to see both Andy and Tim grow from childhood into accomplished adults on 62nd and Garfield all these past years. They are two great men for certain. Pam enters Heaven knowing full well that she has cherished, experieneced, and enjoyed a full life through her beloved husband Steve, and through Andy and Tim. She was a wonderful, caring neighbor, and she always had the time to chat. Truly, her calling in life was her special motherhood, and she was very good at it all, everday. She was so proud of the boys. Steve and the entire family will deeply miss Pam, but they have so many friends and remaing relatives to help them cope, and adapt to a new chapter in their respective lives, but Pam will always be forever in their hearts. The Milwaukee Brewers will have an eternal empty seat at American Family Field because they have lost one of their biggest fans. Pam and Steve were most proud of the 1982 Brewers team and Harvey Keuhnn's leadership as we almost beat the Cardinals. The Good Year blimp flew right above Pam and Steve's home that World Series. Pam always had time to talk Brewer baseball. You will be deeply missed Pam. May God Bless Pam, Steve, Andy and Tim. With Our Deepest Sympathies, Julie, Jeff, Ryan, and Rachel Kober
David Bobke left a message on June 4, 2024:
My heartfelt condolences to Pam's family. I first met Pam in kindergarten at Neeskara-Binner School. I'll never forget how she named me as her boyfriend and when asked why, she responded that it was because I had hair on my arms! For the family-I'm sure you will cherish her memory which can bring you comfort in these sad days.
Krause Funeral Home & Cremation Services left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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