Pamala S. DeLorge, 73, of Wooster passed away Wednesday, February 15, 2023 at her residence.
She was born on December 12, 1949 the daughter of Daniel A. and Arlene Arnold Kovach.
Pamala had worked for Scotts Lawn Care Products. She loved painting, crafts, art, shooting guns and traveling to see her family.
Pamala is survived by her sons Dennis F. DeLorge, Jr. of MN and Colt L. DeLorge of AZ; brother Randy Kovach; granddaughter Joilynn DeLorge; great granddaughter Madilynn Jones.
She is preceded in death by her parents.
No services will be held.
McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster is assisting the family.
Online condolences may be left for the family at www.mcintirebradhamsleek.com
Pam was a great co-worker and always had a positive attitude, no matter the circumstances. Her sense of humor was always appreciated. She will be greatly missed.
Comforting hugs to the sons of Pam ( from a cousin that has been there). Am Positive she was greeted with love by family waiting on the other side. Their pain is no more so don’t morn for long that is more pain than she would of wanted for you just remember her love is with you always.
Pam was so fun-loving and creative. Loved knowing her. Love and prayers to her sons and family.
Mama Pam was a great woman. She was fun to hang with. I’m glad I got to spend time with her and see her heart. Her sons were her whole world and she loved you guys so much. She rocked! That’s how I’ll remember her. A great time and a great Mother. Love you Big Brother and Little Brother. I’m always here for y’all. Rest peacefully and free from pain Pam. You were Loved and will be missed.
Pam, you truly will be missed. I missed seeing you when you moved to MN. You always made me laugh. Loved you more than you knew. I know you will see Rick there.
Pam was my neighbor girl, and we used to have so much fun when we was young. She was a great person, RIP Pam. 🙏
Condolences to Pam’s family from her 1st cousin Louise Arnold Smith. Pam’s mother, Arlene Arnold Kovach, and my father, Glenn Arnold, were brother and sister. Going to miss you cousin.❤️
I am so sad to see this. Pam was a fun spirit. & Wonderful person to know. Had many good times with her. My deepest sympathy to her family. I Bet her & Evon are kicking up their heels, having fun once again. Peace to your family & friends hearts.
Love you cousin and will miss you and our great visits in Texas! So thankful you’re out of pain and suffering!
Pam you will be missed by me .when we visited in november, we had some good laughed and talks . That is what I will rember.condolences to your boys and to randy.
Aunt Pam was awesome. Wish I got to spend more time with her ; but the times we did where great. Had some fun loving memories. Last few times she stayed here in Florida with me was some good memories. Love you and will miss you.