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PAMELA MARIE WATSON
1952-2020

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of a wonderful woman. Pam was a mother, an aunt, a friend, a colleague and mentor and all of those she touched over the years will dearly miss her.
She was predeceased by her husband, Larry, her mother, Marie and father, Harold, her mother and father-in-law, Mabel and Thomas, her sisters, Pauline and Patricia, and her nephew, Michael.
She leaves to mourn her loss, her daughter, Megan (Thomas R), her son-in-law, Tom P, her nephew, Courtney (Melissa) and their daughter, Milla, her niece, Kelly, her nephew, Nathan and her brother-in-law, Louis along with other extended family. She also will be missed by her Murdock Mackay family as she had created great memories with her colleagues and students.
A service will take place on Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. At this time, due to the pandemic at hand, we ask that if you would like to see a virtual service please contact Chapel Lawn Funeral Home for the link and password at chapellawn@ arbormemorial.com or by phone 204-885-9715 between 9:00a.m to 4:00 p.m.

For those who wish to sign the online Guest Book please visit www.chapellawn.ca

Chapel Lawn Funeral Home
204-885-9715

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Nov 14, 2020

Condolences & Memories (17 entries)

  • Our deepest condolences to the family. May you cherish your memories. The Baha'is of Winnipeg. - Posted by: Roderick Sasaki (Friend) on: Nov 21, 2020

  • I had the pleasure of having Mrs. Watson as my AP science teacher in gr.10. I will always remember her for her kindness, she always believed in all her students and wanted them succeed. Mrs. Watson definitely left an impact on me and I feel so lucky to have had a teacher as wonderful as her. Her positivity and sweet soul was radiant. Rest in power❤️ - Posted by: Annie Ma (Student ) on: Nov 17, 2020

  • Mrs Watson was a wonderful teacher, and we kept in touch on social media after graduation. She was an amazing educator who helped foster my passion for the environment and sustainability. I will miss her insight and commentary, as will many of her other former students. - Posted by: Cassy Kissack (Student ) on: Nov 17, 2020

  • Mrs. Watson was so much more than a teacher. She was an incredible mentor to me through my high school years and beyond. After morning biology class, she opened her room to whomever wanted to continue the learning in her lunch time "Science Club" which many students treasured for years. Aside from being a steadfast beacon for higher education, she was very caring, welcoming, and supportive person who remained a good friend well after high school. She encouraged me to pursue university and would not be where I am today without her! She will definitely be missed! - Posted by: Scott Smith (Student) on: Nov 17, 2020

  • Mrs. Watson always believed in every one of her students including me. She helped me through my weight loss and I still remember her smile when she saw me in the hallway the summer after. She was one of the greatest science teachers, one of the most sweetest and kindhearted person you'll ever meet. Thank you for everything Mrs. Watson, Rest in Peace. - Posted by: Austen (Student) on: Nov 15, 2020

  • Ms. Watson was very inspiring and impacted my life in a very beautiful way. Her presence at Murdoch Mackay allowed a safe space for me and countless others to confide and be ourselves. I considered her a friend after her retirement and she will be dearly missed. My sincerest condolences to her family and loved ones, she was truly amazing. - Posted by: Jillian Ingram (Student ) on: Nov 14, 2020

  • She was my teach her for 4 years and my friend for 14 years. My favourite memories of her were from the science club she formed and the road trip we (science club) took to Jasper and the behind the scenes zoo tour we took. The last time I saw her was in September when we met for coffee and she showed me all her Supernatural pictures and autographs. We both loved the show and it was something that kept us in touch all theses years talking about the show. She surprised me by giving me a binder of pictures and autographs and other supernatural memorabilia. I’ll treasure them all ways just like I’ll treasure her memory. Thank you Mrs Watson you were an inspiration, a true friend, an amazing teacher, and someone I’ll always strive to be like. - Posted by: Brian Langlotz (Student and Friend ) on: Nov 14, 2020

  • I will always remember your kindness, may your soul rest in peace Mrs. Watson. - Posted by: John Paul Janaban (Student) on: Nov 14, 2020

  • Pam was a dedicated teacher and a supportive colleague. She put energy and inspiration into her craft. I will treasure our many spontaneous 4:30 p.m.staff room conversations. It was the end of my day but, for her, only a 'break' before she headed back to her room to prep. Her passing is sad, leavened by the joy she brought to others. - Posted by: Dean Jonasson (Colleague) on: Nov 14, 2020

  • I had the pleasure to be taught by Ms. Watson for 3 of my 4 years at Murdoch. She was honestly one of my favourite teachers, I had come to love the sciences a lot more thanks to her devotion and passion for teaching. Truly a wonderful lady, I’m sorry to hear of her passing. Condolences to the family during this difficult time, may she rest in peace. - Posted by: Daryl Rurak (Student) on: Nov 14, 2020

  • Mrs. Watson was a truly inspirational teacher. She inspired my love of biology which has had a big role in my career path. She was patient, kind and supportive to all her students and will always hold a place in my heart.I am so happy I had the privilege of having her as my teacher. Sending my condolences to her family❤💜 - Posted by: Priscilla Nwakeze (Student) on: Nov 14, 2020

  • I had the pleasure of being taught biology by Mrs. Watson in high school. She was one of my very favourite teachers and we bonded over our love for the show Supernatural (she was the one who got me hooked on it) and our passion for the environment. I have such fond memories of her and she often still comes up in conversation. My thoughts are with her family. Rest In Peace, Mrs. Watson. ❤️ - Posted by: Julia Beal (Student) on: Nov 14, 2020

  • Mrs. Watson was a wonderful teacher and always tried her best to help students learn and understand the class content. She will hold a special place in my heart as her class was always a safe place. My condolences to her family, she shaped many minds and she will live on in our hearts. - Posted by: Rebekah Eckert (student) on: Nov 14, 2020

  • We were so sorry to hear of Pam's passing. Our sincere condolences to all the family. May she Rest In Peace. 🙏🏻❤️ - Posted by: Ron and Vicky Dawson (Friend) on: Nov 14, 2020

  • Mrs. Watson was a truly inspirational teacher. She inspired my love of biology and science which has had a big role in my career path. She was kind, patient, passionate, fun, and had the biggest heart. I’m so glad I had the privilege of having her as my teacher. Sending my condolences to her loved ones. - Posted by: Madison Vassart (Student ) on: Nov 14, 2020

  • I had the absolute pleasure to work with Pam (just across the hall) for many years at Murdoch MacKay Collegiate. She was smart, funny, supportive and kind. We were thrilled when she was able to retire and join our LOL club (ladies of leisure) . Shockingly gone too soon. We will miss her so much. Pam, may you Rest In Peace, sweet lovely lady. 💜 - Posted by: Karen Luchak (Taras) (Colleague and friend) on: Nov 14, 2020

  • I had the absolute pleasure to work with Pam (just across the hall) for many years at Murdoch MacKay Collegiate. She was smart, funny, supportive and kind. We were thrilled when she was able to retire and join our LOL club (ladies of leisure) . Shockingly gone too soon. We will miss her so much. Pam, may you Rest In Peace, sweet lovely lady. 💜 - Posted by: Karen Luchak (Taras) (Colleague and friend) on: Nov 14, 2020

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