Pamela Branchini passed away surrounded by her family on April 9, 2022. She was born in Helena, Montana on October 20, 1954, the third of three children.
In 1974, Pamela met Dan Branchini, the love of her life. They were married on May 16, 1975 and settled in Las Vegas, Nevada, Pamela managed Readmore books for several years, retiring in 1996. Following her retirement, Pamela spent her days with her grandson who she called her Charlie Brown.” She also became an active member of her church Community Lutheran Church. As the first face you saw at the information desk, she welcomed new and familiar faces with her joyful and kind smile. Pamela was part of the church “Glitter Team” decorating the church for each season and holiday, and never failed to include her sparkle and an abundance of glitter. Her joy for life and kind spirit was contagious to all.
Pamela is preceded in death by her parents, Bob and Helen Dickey, She is survived by her husband Dan Branchini, her daughter Nicole Sartain and her husband James of Las Vegas, her brothers Lynn Dickey and his wite Jeanne of Helena, Boh Dickey and his wife Marilyn of Seattle, and her grandson Boh Sartain.
A celebration of life will be held April 16, 2022 at 11:00 at Community Lutheran Church, 3720 East Tropicana Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89121. Following the celebration of life there will be reception at Community Lutheran Church.
In lieu of flowers, the family has asked for donations to be made to Community Lutheran Church in Pamela’s name.
We loved the bright light that shone through her!! We will miss her so much.
She was my friend and I miss her. Your family is in my prayers as you deal with the loss of her. God Bless
I loved her so much. She was there for me at the blackest time if my life. I will never forget her love for me.
I met Pam in 1977. Dan was my trainer ay my new job at Sparkletts Drinking Water. Our families got together often. Pam was always so kind to us as a new family in Las Vegas. Pam will be missed, but her memory carries on.
Pam has been a friend for the past 50+ years! Thanks for all those great memories we shared together! They help me smile when I think of you! Pam, you were a kind, caring, loving lady & have left quite a legacy behind! You lived your best life & gave so much of yourself to so many. We miss you but I know you’re in God’s arms and out of pain & painting Heaven with sparkles and glitter! Love you, dear friend, & will keep you in my heart always & forever!
I loved Pam! She was always one of first persons I talked to Sunday mornings! She will be greatly missed at CLC! All the glitter she showered us with… my prayers are with her family and our dear friend, Dan! RIP ❤️
Pam was an AMAZING person…she supported me when I found out I had breast cancer…she was my rock…I am beyond blessed our paths crossed…I am a better person for knowing her …I used to refer to us as the “Salt and Pepper Pam’s”…she was the blond and I was the brunette…rest in peace dear friend 💞💞