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Pamela Sue Davis (Bergan), 69, passed away with her family surrounding her on May 23, 2022. She was born on March 20, 1953 in San Jose.

Pamela had been a resident in Galt for 12 years. She had also resided in Washington state from 1973 to 2010.

Pamela’s work history included veneer puller, office assistant/graphic artist, owner of Elephant Carwash Puyallup, and sales associate. When Pamela retired, she was a beautiful housewife, loving mother, very devoted grandmother, and soon-to-be great-grandmother.

Pamela was a very imaginative decorator and craftsperson. She was a passionate dog person and skilled gardener. She was a creative home chef, stylish dresser, and shopper with great fashion sense. She enjoyed thrifting, traveling, camping, car shows and dancing. She was always eager to spend time with her children, grandchildren, family and friends.

Pamela is survived by her husband Richard Lee Davis Sr. (Galt); mother Viona Symons (Fresno); daughter Jennifer (Davis) Kinsman (Green Valley, Arizona); granddaughter Ryley Kinsman (Tucson, Arizona); grandson Chase Kinsman (Green Valley); son Richard L. Davis Jr. (Renton, Washington); daughter-in-law, Elsie Deocales Umagat; granddaughter Aviona Deocales Davis; sister Joanne Binding and spouse Paul (Aptos, California); stepbrother Paul Symons and spouse Sandee (Dublin, California); stepsister Sharon (Symons) Baas and spouse Jack (Thousand Oaks, California); stepsister Linda (Symons) Kraft and spouse Don (Towson, Maryland); stepsister Tracy (Symons) Bruckner and spouse Franz (Newark, California)

Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.

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