Posted by someone who flew, a resident of the Cuernavaca neighborhood, on Feb 22, 2013 at 3:27 pm
We were fortunate to have had Pam organizing a charter for us on the Airship. I'm so sad to see this news. She truly was a unique lady, full of enthusiasm for her job, her co-workers and the airship. I had wondered about all the folks at Airship Ventures when I heard that sadly they had to shut down. They seemed such a close team, genuinely thrilled to be doing something so unusual. This must be awful for them after losing their jobs and their airship.
Posted by Janis King, a resident of the Shoreline West neighborhood, on Feb 23, 2013 at 12:26 pm
Pam was one of the most vivacious and fun individuals I've met in a long time. She was unpretentious, selfless, and always considered others before herself. I was blessed with the opportunity to drive her to a couple of doctor appointments. They were long days for Pam, but she made them days of fun for me. She kept her spirit up until she fell asleep; that sista could fall asleep during a car ride in a minute; I loved that about her. She was all that and a bag of chips! I will truly miss her.