In Memory

Pamela Templeman (Sevilla) - Class Of 1965

Pamela Templeman (Sevilla)

On May 2nd , my dear sister Pam (Templeman) Sevilla,flew with the angels to Heaven.She died of complications from lymphoma.She loved her family dearly.She and Randy Sevilla have two sons Jeff Sevilla andGregrey Sevilla.She has two grandsons, Andrew Sevilla and Jeremy Sevilla, a beautiful daughter in law, Christine Sevilla.She loved reading, going for walks, and especially going to the movies.Her brother Rick Templeman ,his wife,Cathy Allen Templeman,and myself, Karen Templeman Young, and our older brother Dennis Templeman (San Leandro High) will miss her very much.If you have siblings, be close to them, talk to them. You never know when the Almighty may call them home.Our cousins Linda Klinger and Kayleen Jones Klinger also Pacific High Vikings, are missing her also along with family members and friends.Gone to soon...We love you Pam (Templman) Sevilla.Class of 1965

(on facebook May 5,2015 posted by Karen Young)

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05/04/15 08:16 AM #1    

Linda Munoz (Brooks) (1965)

Fly with the Angels Pam. Rest in Peace. You will be missed by all.

Linda Munoz Brooks


05/04/15 09:46 AM #2    

Barbara Waterman (Burks) (1965)

I am so sorry to hear of Pam's passing. We were classmates from the Class of 1965. I remember Pam to be sweet and kind to all who knew her. She will be missed. My heartfelt prayers to all her family.

05/04/15 12:26 PM #3    

Maria Cordaway (Villagomez) (1965)

My deepest sympathy goes to the family of Pam Templeman.  May she rest in peace and be with the Angels.

05/06/15 07:44 AM #4    

Sandra Caldeira (Stowers-Caldeira) (1965)

My deepest sympathy to Pamela Templeton Sevillas family. We were school mates from class of 1965. Gone from this earth but never forgotten. We will meet again.

05/09/15 12:58 PM #5    

Linda White (Clements) (1965)

Pam and I have known each other since James A Garfield so a lot of years packed in and so many memories...When I heard she was ill, I prayed so hard dthat a cure would be found for her and she would be healthy again and enjoy her life and her family.  Family was so important to her as well as her friends.  But sometimes God has other plans for us and I guess he needed her more than we did.  Hard to accept that sometimes and I am a firm believer that everyone has a purpose here on earth and to be able to live into their 90's and beyond.   But it didn't happen with our Dear we must wait awhile before we can see her again....until then she will watch us from above as an Angel and hover over us in our tough times which I hope are few.....I will miss her forever.....

05/12/15 01:11 PM #6    

Larry Campos (1966)

Pam was a good friend,a good sister in-law, a great wife, and a wonderful mother.We will miss her. May she forever rest in peace. Larry.

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