Pamela Renee Courtney

pamela courtney

October 25, 1951 ~ October 11, 2019

Born in: Vallejo Naval Base, CA
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Pamela Renee Courtney, 67, passed away Oct. 11, 2019. Survived by father, Robert (Ellie) Courtney; son, Jacob Ortiz-Courtney; special niece, Stacy (Tom) Paris; grandnieces, Zoey and Avery Paris; sister/friend, Susan Coulson; siblings, Robert Courtney, II, Paula Hornstein, Rheann (Bill) Shine and Scott Courtney; close friends, Donnie and Vickie Moore and Terry and Ann Widener; and several nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. Preceded in death by mother, Charlotte Colvin; and step-father, Lee Colvin. Pam was born Oct. 25, 1951, in Vallejo Naval Base, Calif. and worked for 42 years in Pueblo District 60 Schools. She enjoyed spending time with nieces and nephews making memories, loved coaching and working with kids. Pam enjoyed the river, Cripple Creek trips with friends, watching the Denver Broncos and every stranger she met became a friend. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Memorials may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Online condolences,

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Memorial Service: November 2, 2019 11:00 am

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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Pamela Renee Courtney 's name.

St. Jude Children's Hospital

262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN
(800) 822-6344

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  1. Pam was kind to everyone she met! She was the number 1 advocate for children! Her legacy will live on and gives me inspiration! She will be missed!

  2. My sincere condolences to family. What a loss… Pam was a character! Always a joy to see her welcoming smile. Our time together, though brief, was memorable. She put the needs of others, especially those struggling, as a priority. She helped many youth and adults through her dedication and encouragement. She spoke her mind when she felt situations was unfair. She will be missed. Rest In Peace Pam.

  3. Rest in Peace Dear Friend!
    Kylee and I will always remember your sincere kindness.
    She is very sad to hear of your passing, as am I.
    I treasure the special talks we had.
    Be ready for dominoes when we meet again!

  4. Rest in Peace dear friend! I will never forget how kind and caring you were to Kylee and me.
    She is very sad to hear of your passing, as am I.
    Your smile and kind words WILL be remembered!
    Be ready for dominoes when we meet again!!

  5. Pam’s life was always a beautiful beacon to kids because the children and friends in her life always came first. The joy of her spirit always lit up a room with celebration. We will miss you friend. Rest in our Lord’s Loving Presence!!

  6. Dear Pam,

    Thank you for playing such an important part of my life. You were always supportive and pushed me to do and be my best. You were passionate about the things you loved and the people who were important to you. I think of you often and will continue to do you. Love you!

  7. Pam was such an amazing person. Although I didn’t know her for very long, she made a lasting impression on me. How blessed we all were to have known her.

  8. God Bless you, Pam! You were a dear friend to me when we were at Morton. We had a wonderful, hardworking team. You will surely be missed.

  9. Rest in peace, Pam. You helped so many children during your years in education! You will be sadly missed.

  10. They say special people cross your path at various times for a reason. Pam was that special person. She was a dear friend to many, a good listener, a counselor to those who needed guidance and always one to step up to the plate when needed. She always put others needs before her own. Her love for making a difference in a child’s life was always her calling. It is with a heavy heart that we say good bye to her. Rest In Peace my dear friend… we loved you and will miss you !

  11. Pam was such a nice person. She taught my Son swimming in Pueblo West when he was 4 or 5 years old. She taught him so well she wanted him on the team. We had fun talking about high school. RIP

  12. Have many precious memories of swimming together. We were and always will be City Park Dolphins. Rest in peace my friend.

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