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Pam Bashor (Hydle) - Class Of 1966 VIEW PROFILE

PAMELA (Bashor) HYDLE - February 18, 1948 – October 31, 2010

Birthplace: Shelby, MT
Residence: Lynnwood, WA
Services: At the request of the dearly departed - A Memorial will be held at a date to be announced later.

Pamela Hydle passed away surrounded by the family she loved so much on October 31, 2010 after fighting a long battle with liver disease, caused by Hepatitis C.

Pam joined big brother Mike and big sister Dawn on February 18, 1948, in Shelby, Mt. She grew up and attended school in Kevin, Sunburst, and Shelby.

She moved to the Seattle in 1969 where she became a "hippie" (as much as a girl from Kevin can be). She enjoyed scuba diving, boating, playing pool and having a good time with family and friends. She took everybody in, she was the soft hearted "lady" that everyone knew would lend a helping hand. This is where she started her lifelong love of nursing. In 1976 she moved to Oregon where she continued to raise her family and enjoy life. She held down several jobs, but none that she loved more than being a nurse's aide. She moved back to Montana in 1980 and graduated from Nursing School in 1981, to become a LPN, all while being a single mother of three. She continued to practice her nursing career up until 18 months prior to her death. She loved her patients and her girls that worked with her. Even though she wasn't working any longer, she visited with them just days before her death. She had high hopes of getting a liver transplant and going back to work, helping others.

She led a very energetic life, never a dull moment for Ninny (Grandma). She loved going shopping. We'd call her the Thrift Store Queen, she was also so proud of how little she paid for something and would tell us over and over again, "I only paid $1.99 for it, can you believe it?" When she would go out and buy some old board game or book at the thrift store and when asked why, her reply would be "You never know.  it might be worth something someday."  She loved giving presents the only problem was that she couldn't keep a secret. She wanted you to know NOW, but then wanted you to act surprised at Christmas. We would have to say "No Mom, we want to wait!" This just shows that she was still a kid at heart.

Pam was preceded in death by her mother Jean Murray, Leonard Bashor and Harold Majerus, Fathers.

She is survived by three children; Dana McGiboney, Chris Evans (Melanie), and Pamela "PJ" Lumbert, four grandchildren Matt, Wes, Katie and Jordan all of Washington, Sister Dawn (Bashor) Schwrartzenburger of Idaho Falls, ID. Brother, Mike Bashor (Cookie), Aunt, Nancy "Tootie" Trovotten, all of Shelby, MT.

A Special Gathering of close Friends and Family will be held at a later date to celebrate her life in Neah Bay, Washington.

Friends and loved ones are invited to share special thoughts or memories of Pam and sign the family's on-line guest book at

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05/23/14 06:53 PM #1    

Darlene Grosser (McClearen) (1966)

Pam and I grew up together we had our first child about the same time I think they are a few months apart she came into my room the day I had my son and said now I know what I am having its a girl because I always knew I would have the oppisit of you   Darlene Grosser (McClearen)

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