Pamela Boa Passmore
Richmond – Pamela was born in Indianapolis, Indiana to Andrew and Mary Catherine (Haynes) Boa. She was a graduate of Richmond High School. Pamela was a beautiful lady and always had a nice compliment for every person she came into contact with. Pamela attended Ball State University and San Jose State University.
During her business career, she worked in finance, insurance, and real estate, including ownership and President of Quaker City Storage and Pamela Passmore Properties. A very successful realtor who was dearly loved by her clients, many of whom valued as well her decorating talent and appreciated the numerous suggestion she provided.
An active volunteer throughout her life, Pamela gave back much to the communities in which she had lived, including Junior League of San Jose’, San Jose’ Museum of Art (Board ), Let’s Look at Art (President), First United Methodist Church of San Jose’ (Administrative Board President), Alexian Brothers Hospital Auxiliary (President), Richmond Art Museum (Board), Historical Preservation Commission of Richmond (Board President), Wayne County Historical Museum (Docent), Preserve Richmond Historical Society (Board) and Richmond Association of Realtors (President). She was recognized by her peers as a Realtor of the Year. Pam had been a member of San Jose Country Club, Highland Country Club, Forest Hills Country Club, and Eagle Pointe Golf Club.
She was married to Jan W. Passmore on Valentine’s Day, it was a special day for a very special lady. She is survived by her sister Candice (Daniel) Morguson, nephew Michael (Malissa) Morguson, niece Sara McGee, and four other nieces Macy, Katie, Emma, and Sadie Morguson. She enjoyed golf, skiing, and traveling the world, her various vacation homes but most especially her springer spaniels. Pamela was a member of Daughters of the American Revolution, Eastern Star, and Central United Methodist Church.
Funeral services were private at Stegall-Berhiede-Orr Funeral Home with Rev. Joseph Seger officiating. Burial was in Earlham Cemetery. Contributions in Pamela’s memory can be made to the American Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) and Central United Methodist Church. Online condolences may be sent to the family via the guest book at stegallberheideorr.com.