We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Hillside Funeral Home & Cremation Center
Pamela “Pam” Trembicki, age 72, a lifetime resident of Highland, IN and a 1967 Highland HS Alumni, passed away peacefully holding the hands of her devoted and loving husband and daughter on Sunday, September 18, 2022. She is survived by her husband of 52 years, Ronald A. Trembicki: her daughter, Karissa M. (George) Dewey: grand-children, Steven Z. (Melissa) Dewey, Codey A. Dewey, and Brianna M. Dewey: great-grand- children, Mason A. Dewey, and Logan J. Dewey: brother-in-law Daniel A. (Helene) Trembicki, nieces Brenda L. (Tim) Easto, Deborah M.(Chris) Haddad: god- daughter, Heidi S. (Jeff) Tunstra, and god-son Brian Antone. Preceding her in death are her parents Barbara and Robert Timmerman.
Their love story began with a young man fresh out of the Navy, smitten with an adorable young lady at his workplace. Who knew this would lead to a lifetime of love, companionship and family. They were married on a brisk October Day 52 years ago at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Lansing, IL. Quite a beautiful wedding it was that filled the church with friends and family. After being married for 5 years Pam and Ron expanded their family with the addition of a sweet baby girl, Karissa. She was their pride and joy and remains a very important part of their lives. Pam later got a job to work as a Secretary for Manpower which eventually led to her spending over 30 years as The Assistant to the Administrator at Munster Med Inn. There she met everyone with a smile and happy greetings, over the years, so many would become lifelong friends that would accompany her through her last days on earth. She is spoken of as being friendly, caring, witty, sarcastic, and a perfect lifetime friend. In her free time Pam spent many days tending to her beautiful backyard and garden, rocking on her favorite bench while enjoying frequent visits from her beloved hummingbirds and cardinals. So much of her time was spent adoring and doting on her grandchildren and great-grandchildren while always being a super supporter of all of their many activities and passions. Family time and togetherness was a true passion of Pam’s which endeared her to all. Pam along with Ron truly loved to travel to well known places from throughout her life. Cable and Door County, WI were frequented often and now serve as a family vacation spots.
Pamela has touched the lives of so many during her time on earth and we are so very thankful to have been part of her journey through life. After a long fight with heart disease, she is without pain and suffering and reunited with friends and family that have passed before her. She will forever live in our memories and watch over us and guide us until we meet again when our time comes to be close to God. We celebrate you, we love you, and you will always be ever so dear in our hearts.
A Celebration of Pam’s life will take place at Hillside Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 8941 Kleinman Road, Highland, IN 46322 on Saturday, October 1, 2022 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM with a prayer ceremony at 12:30 PM. In lieu of flowers, a contribution can be made to: Hospice of the Calumet Area, 600 Superior Avenue, Munster, IN 46321, 219-922-2732
For additional information, please contact Hillside Funeral Home & Cremation Center Konnie Kuiper-Michael Kuiper-Vass by calling us at 219-838-0800 or visiting us at www.hillsidefhcares.com