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Pamela J. Knaresboro

April 12, 1956 May 1, 2020
Pamela J. Knaresboro
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Pamela Otanic Knaresboro passed away in Winter Park, FL on Friday, May 1,2020. She was born in Brownsville, PA to Betty and Hughey Otanic on April 12, 1956. Pam is survived by her husband of 36 years, Bob, children, Alyson and Conner, sisters, Debbie Retucci (Joe), and Dorothy Biringer (Terry), brother, Gary Leebrick (Marnie), and aunt, Virginia Knox.

Pam was a graduate of Brownsville Area High School class of 1974 and later went on to become a registered nurse, graduating from Richmond Memorial School of Nursing. She experienced many paths of nursing throughout her years. She spent time working at Duke University Hospital in a clinical research unit with children, doing intravenous therapy and home health, and more recently reviewing medical claims and work comp injuries. Pam was a hard worker and enjoyed each of the different paths she was able to experience.

Pam looked forward to any chance she had to be with her family; they were her world. She enjoyed church on Sunday mornings, time spent at Lido Beach with her sister, Debbie, trips to TJ Maxx with Alyson and watching Conner on the lacrosse field. Pam’s faith meant a lot to her. She taught church school for many years when her children were younger, and she loved being an active member of the church community. Pam also lived for lacrosse season and absolutely loved watching Conner play. She viewed lacrosse as a way to extend her family through meeting and interacting with other parents, who became lifelong friends. Some of her proudest moments were the 4 years Conner spent at Saint Leo and her all-time favorite, watching Conner and his team make it to the National Championship at Gillette Stadium. Pam and Bob would leave home hours before the games were to start to in order to make sure they had the best seat in the house, right at mid-field, arriving most of the time before many of the players. She was so proud of her children, and their accomplishments, and she made sure to share that with everyone she knew.

There are a few things about Pam that made her special. For one, she had the biggest heart and would do absolutely anything for anyone. She cared more about others than herself. Pam had a personality that could light up a room. She loved sharing stories and laughing with the many friends she had. Pam was also all about the latest clothing trends, make-up, hair products/tools and monograms. She had an outfit for everything with jewelry to match. No matter the holiday or occasion, Pam had something for it.

Due to current circumstances in regard to the Pandemic, a private funeral will be held at St. Stephens Catholic Community in Winter Springs, FL, with only immediate family. A celebration of life will be held at a later date that has yet to be determined. The family greatly appreciates the thoughts, prayers and love they have received during this difficult time and look forward to sharing memories of Pam when we are able to be together again.
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