Pamela Forsythe

Pamela Sylvia Forsythe (Watson)

Friday, March 24th, 1933 - Friday, September 18th, 2020
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Forsythe Pamela Sylvia (nee Watson) - With heavy hearts we announce the passing of our Mother on Friday September 18, 2020 at the Newmarket Health Centre with Family by her side at the age of 87.

Dearly beloved Mother of Jane (Brent), Ron (Roseanne) and Tom. Predeceased by daughter Annette May and son Bob. Proud grandmother of 8 grandchildren & 8 Great Grandchildren. Loving wife of the late Ronald Sr. Daughter of the late Thomas & Ethel Watson. Sister of Barb, Bob, Gary and Ralph and the late Gordon, Ron, Reg, & Laurie, Dorothy, Freda and Kay.

Memories & Condolences of Pamela can be shared at If desired, donations may made to the Leukaemia foundation.

Due to Covid 19 restrictions a private Family interment will take place at Newmarket Cemetery.
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Harold Davidson

Posted at 04:50pm
To Ron, Roseanne, Jane and Brent and family,

Our deepest condolences to all of you for the loss of your mother. Harold had great memories growing up and doing things such as camping at Sunny Acres with Aunt Pam and Uncle Ron and Ronnie...(although Harold may not let Ronnie drive him in a little fishing boat any more. Ronnie was a bit of a wild one in his younger days. For a 9.9 motor boat it seemed very, very quick back then and Harold thought for sure he was going to end up in the lake!!).
It is so difficult to lose a parent and you all have our heartfelt sympathy. We have you all in our thoughts.
Rest in peace Aunt Pam.
Love, Harold and Nancy Davidson

Kerry St. Peter

Posted at 09:08pm
I’m very saddened to learn of the passing of my aunt Pam. Please except my sincere condolences. The loss of a mother is like no other. May she Rest In Peace.

Kerry St. Peter (Watson)

Bev Bowman

Posted at 07:21pm
Jane and family. My condolences to you all.
Mom is finally at rest.
Thinking of you wishing I could give you hugs.
Look after each other.
Bev Bowman

Karen Houston

Posted at 05:52pm
My thoughts are with Jane, Ronnie and family. My heart goes out to those of us who lose our parents. It's difficult at any age. A fond memory I have, was the time our family went to Nova Scotia to visit the Forsythe family when we were kids. All packed into their house, but kids all playing together and adults sharing memories too. I remember my dad (Reg Watson), holding a 'live' lobster in front of me, the thing moving it's claws all around. I've never forgotten that. We talk about the good old days, I'm glad I lived in the era I did. The Watson Family was a large one, and visiting or Christmas celebrations, family reunions, weddings, baby and weddings showers, were all so much fun back then. It's sad that we are losing our older generation, but I'm grateful for the memories I have, that included them all. Rest in peace aunt Pam.❤ Karen Houston (always a Watson)


Posted at 03:11pm
Condolences to the family from Barbara Murczek-Clark, niece.
RIP Aunt Pam

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