Pamela Christine Richardson went home to the Lord on Tuesday, May 29, 2007. Born on Feb. 17, 1966, at Edwards AFB, Calif., she is survived by her son, Stevie Richardson; mother, Pat Blair of Longmont, Colo.; father, Frank (Ginny) Blair of Pueblo; sisters, Cynthia (Jerry) Hooper of Cheyenne, Wyo., Deborah (Ralph) Brier of Gig Harbor, Wash. and Melissa (Ryan) Harmening of South Carolina; brother, John (Vanessa) Blair of Evans, Colo.; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Also survived by her step-siblings, Marisa Williams of Denver, Kevin Williams of Maryland and David Williams of California. Others left to mourn are special friends, Marty Arellano, Crystal Vann and family, and others too numerous to list. There will be no viewing. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Saturday, June 2, 2007, at Valley Community Church gymnasium, in Colorado City, with Pastor Paul Clayton officiating. Online condolences, MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. My heart goes out to you. I am sorry for your loss. I saw Pam December 2005 and it was great to talk to her while watching her son play basketball.

    Take care and God Bless.

  2. Pam will always be remembered with her joyful, and loving spirit, she had a heart and the gift for humanity. She brought out the best in all who were fortunate to know and love her. Pam I will miss you, and I am thankful for the wonderful memories we share. Well see you again in our Fathers Kingdom, for we have VICTORY IN JESUS. I LOVE YOU, SANDY AND WILD ODDIE CYOTYE.

  3. I HAD THE PREVILEGE OF CARING FOR PAM FOR 5 YEARS THROUGH HOME HEALTH. SHE WAS VERY SPECIAL TO ME. SHE BECAME MY FRIEND AS WELL AS MY PATIENT. I WILL MISS HER, BUT I KNOW THAT SHE’S IN HEAVEN. AND..THERE ARE NO WHEEL CHAIRS IN HEAVEN.

  4. My heart and condolense goes out to the family. I was fortuanate to know Pam. She was a kind hearted person and we were in POM line together in highschool and she was always there as a friend and a shoulder when I needed it when my own family life was a mess and with other kids being cruel in school. She was always there to make me smile and know that she really cared for me and was there anytime. Steve I hope that you klnow and will always remeber your mohter Pam was a great, kind hearted person and cared for others before herself even when she was picked on she took it with a grain of salt and was nice about it. I know that the day she first saw your sweet little face after you were born that she would love you with all her heart and make sure you were never hurt and would take care of you like the person that we all knew and loved. I will greatly miss my loved and dear friend. I have also lost my son at age of 15 he was my first child so again i will pray for your loss and know mom and dad that you had a very special daughter that was cared about and loved and gave that to others that she came in contact with.Pat please email me to where she was laid to rest i will be moving back to Colorado City and want to visit my dear friend when I get back.Thank you, and God Bless you!!!

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