Services for Pamela Gray

Service for Alberni’s Pamela Gray set for Nov. 23

A funeral service will be held Nov. 23, 11 a.m. at Elim Tabernacle Church in Port Alberni for Pamela Gray.

Funeral services for Pamela Gray, 42, of Port Alberni will be held this Friday, Nov. 23 at 11 a.m. at the Elim Tabernacle Church.

Gray died in a car accident at Cameron Lake on Saturday, Nov. 17.

Gray was a devoted mother and wife “whose tragic passing will leave a huge hole in our family,” her obituary stated. She is predeceased by her father.

Gray is survived by her husband Ron, children Skyler and Joshua as well as her sisters Camille (Ken) of Trinidad, Rena (Sam) of USA, brother Adesh of USA, her mother Samo Mano of Trinidad and numerous relatives and many friends.

The Elim Tabernacle Church is located at 3946 Wallace St. Interment will follow at Alberni Valley Memorial Gardens.

Stories and condolences may be forwarded to the family online at


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