Pamela Austin Obituary – Death : We are deeply saddened to learn that 61-year-old Pamela J. Austin of N. Concord Road, Concord, Vt., passed away suddenly and unexpectedly at her sister’s home in Concord on Saturday October 2, 2021 after battling with severe cancer for some years. It was reported that she died leaving families, friends and loved ones in great grief and fear.
She was a perfect example of what it means to be a wonderful person. She had a calming presence and was extremely kind, she touched the hearts of so many, and was an inspiration to everyone who knew her.
Causes of Pamela Austin’s Death…
According to our source, it was reported that Pamela was suffering from severe cancer. She died at her sister’s home in Concord following a second courageous battle with cancer. At the moment, no information has been received from the family as they are observing their difficult times.
The circumstances surrounding the actual cause of death had not been made public as at the time of writing this report. Investigation is still on-going to know the actual cause of death.
Who Was Pamela Austin ?
Pamela was born in Concord, Vt., at her grandmother’s maternity home on Sept. 19, 1960, daughter to Stephen Ellis and Carole Ann (Wheeler) Austin; they survive her and reside in Concord. She was raised and educated in Concord, graduating from high school there in the Class of 1978.
She proceeded on to O’Brien’s Cosmetology School in Burlington, Vt. In 1980 she went to work at Styles by Patty for one year, after which she opened her own shop in Main Street in Concord, Pam’s Cut-n-Style.
In the early 2000’s Pam was one of the first beauticians to go mobile and pressed on ever since. She traveled all around the Kingdom and rarely canceled an appointment.
Legacy Left Behind…
Her clients were very important to her, and she would often do little things for many of them. Pam was also a popular waitress at the Wooden Horse in St. Johnsbury for many years.
She enjoyed hunting and fishing, including ice-fishing on Lake Willoughby with her first husband, Chip, as well as time with her long-time fishing buddy, John, at Moore Dam. She was a very independent and strong-willed woman who will be dearly missed by all who knew her.
She is also survived by her sister : Patricia Melvin of Concord and brother: George Austin of Lyndonville, nieces and nephews: Lisa, Brian, Nick and great-nieces and -nephews: Blake, Jillyan & Breeah.
Funeral Arrangements / Visitation
Memorial donations may be made Norris Cotton, 1 Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, NH 03576. The family would like to recognize the care she received from her entire ENT Oncology Team at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, especially Dr. Thomas Davis and Dr. Joseph Paydarfar who not only brought her through her first fight over 15 years ago but above and beyond for her over this past year.
A Celebration of Life will be held at the Miles Pond Pavilion in Concord from 1-4 p.m., Sunday, October 10, 2021. There will be no Calling Hours.