Obituary of Pamela Jean Borgos
Pamela Jean “PJ” Moeller Borgos, 59 born on April 30, 1960, passed away November 4, 2019.
Pam was born in Kodiak Alaska by her surviving parents Gary Lane Moeller of San Diego, California and Bonnie Nell Fortin of Tacoma, Washington. Pam is survived by her son, Michael Olan Moeller of Tacoma Washington, Two sisters Cheryl Ann Moeller Vickers of Rhode Island and Trisha Lynn Moeller Dixon of Tennessee. She is also survived by her grandchildren Elayna, Janessa and Cali, niece Heather and 6 nephews Jason, John, Dustin, Dylan, Brandon and Brian. Additional family members include her Aunt Raphael, Aunt Judy, Aunt Carla, Aunt Carol and many loving cousins.
Pam was a big-hearted loving woman who always thought of others and went the extra mile to let you know she cared. Besides loving her grandbabies and her cat Horton, other activities that brought her joy were playing sweepstakes, listening to oldies music, dancing, drawing, watching scary movies, and singing.
She would give you the shirt off her back if you needed it and would want your shirt if you didn't, especially if it was blue. She always made the holiday special even when times were bad, she loved the holidays and looked forward to bringing smiles to everyone's faces.
She battled her health issues right up to her last day. Her struggles took a toll on her mind and her body but her heart and attitude towards others never wavered. She got strength to keep pushing on and improve through the support of her friends and families, smiles, laughs, love and support for her. She wanted to return the love any way she could, which kept her pushing forward when her body and mind wanted to give up.
She was a wonderful strong single mother who cherished provided for and tried to protect her son the best she could. She always found a way to let him know she cared and he knew she did he never questioned her love for him
She was loved by all and will be truly missed. Fly High and rest easy. Peace PJ.To send flowers to the family of Pamela Borgos, please visit Tribute Store