IN MEMORIAM: Pamela S. Peck

Pamela Stewart Peck, 67, of Simsbury, passed away on November 21, 2017 at the Regional Hospice Center in Danbury, CT.

Pam was born in Chicago, IL on March 23, 1950; a daughter of the late Philip and Mary Elizabeth (Bennett) Peck. Pamela grew up in West Hartford and attended the Renbrook School. She went to The Ethel Walker School in Simsbury and earned her BA From the University of Colorado.

After working for several years in New York City, Pam settled in Simsbury, CT. At Barclays Bank, Cigna, and later as a consultant Pam worked in real estate acquisitions and underwriting. She loved the challenge of assessing properties and determining the viability of putting deals together.

Pam’s passion, sanctuary and happy place was the beach; especially Fishers Island. She loved to read, take walks and visit with friends. A wonderful person, Pam will undoubtedly be remembered for her kindness and compassion toward others.

Pam is survived by her sister Elizabeth Peck and brothers, Jeffrey and Philip Peck; her nieces, Arden Sperry, and Allie Peck and; her nephews, Porter Sperry, Graham Peck, and Taft Peck.

Pam’s service will be held on Saturday, June 30 at 2:00 pm at the Union Chapel on Fishers Island. Memorial contributions can be made to Regional Hospice Center of Danbury, CT. Kane Funeral Home, Ridgefield is in charge of funeral arrangements.

Published in The Hartford Courant on December 10, 2017

MEMORIAL SERVICE
As many of you know Pam Peck passed away November 21, 2017 after a valiant battle with cancer. Jeffrey, Phil and I are having a Memorial Service on SATURDAY, JUNE 30 at 2pm UNION CHAPEL on FISHERS.
All who would like to attend are welcome. We invite remembrances or funny stories to be shared. As Pam would have wanted, bright and casual attire! Nibbles and Libations to follow at the house. Thank you, Lizzie (914-659-1751)

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