In Memory

Pamela Letfuss (Callaway)

Pamela Letfuss (Callaway)

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12/27/21 11:40 AM #1    

Patricia Heller (Raynor)

May Pam Rest In Peace!   Sadly we have no more information than what El shared. I too reached out to her daughter but received no reply.  We were friends from first grade and in recent "senior years" had reconnected via snail mail!  Pam was a quiet, gentle soul whose friendship I will always cherish.  🙏🏻

12/28/21 01:00 PM #2    

Robert Verrilli

Margaret and I wish to express our sorrow on hearing of Pam's passing. She was a very gentle, reserved and likeable soul. RIP Pam.Bob V

12/28/21 04:00 PM #3    

Eileen Donnelly (Elgin)

I, too, am saddened by Pam's passing. She was, as descibed by Pat and Bob, a  quiet, gentle soul.  But that gentle soul had a wonderfully soft sense of humor that I enjoyed often on the bus from MK to Katonah and years later at our 20th reunion when we had a lengthy visit at El's house after the Elk's Club event.  May her soul rest in eternal peace.  Eileen 

12/29/21 08:52 AM #4    

Charlotte Keegan (Ferretti)

Deepest sympathy to her family. So very sad to hear about her passing, and yes, memories are of a quiet, kind classmate.

12/30/21 05:21 PM #5    

Kathleen Mulligan (Farren)

So very sorry to hear of Pam's passing. Many fond memories from grammar school thru high school! Deepest sympathies to her family, and may she rest in peace. Kath

12/31/21 10:41 AM #6    

Arthur(harry) McCue

About Pam,

  In my yammering notes for the classmembers, I noticed where Pam lived, in Maine and remembered being in the town and taking some photos of the main street. Alex was brave (crazy?) enough to go with me on these trips in my '55 Chevy. We entered Maine from mid N. Hampshire and I think it was in Belfast. I did a watercolor painting of the place in my freshman year at Pratt working from the photo of Belfast. I sent this picture along to Pam when we had this wonderful website. Her comment back to me was, "It is a "Biker Town" with the motto, "Go to Belfast and go to Hell fast !" We had email chats once in a while, mostly grousing about the lousy winter weather we shared. 

                                                  Sorry to lose her,


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