Devoted mother and grandmother Pamela Jean Tritt, 74, died on Oct. 28, 2021, at her home in Baker City, OR.
Pam was born on Sept. 10, 1947, in Cleveland, OH, to parents Robert and Grace Fawcett. She moved with her family in 1951 to Southern CA, where she attended Monroe High School, graduating in 1965.
She met her husband, Richard Tritt, while living in Southern CA. They married in 1967 and had three children.
During a visit with family in Baker City they fell in love with the area, which led to their decision to relocate from Valencia, CA in 1977.
Pam and Richard purchased a small acreage where they raised their children. There they kept sheep, a couple pigs, horses and a dairy cow. During the winter you would find more lambs living inside the house than children.
Pam devoted her life to her family as a stay-at-home mom. She spent several years involved in local 4H clubs with her children, teaching ceramics and entering many things in the county fair. When her children were grown, she worked for several businesses in Baker City until her retirement.
She was a proud member of the Red Hat Society and the Baker City Eagles Lodge, considering members of those organizations as her extended family. She enjoyed meeting up with friends to socialize and play cards.
Survivors include: daughter Shannon Brown and her husband Steve Brown of Sandy, OR, son Scott Tritt and his wife Lorrie Tritt of Baker City, and son Steve Tritt and his wife Heather Tritt of Lebanon, OR; grandchildren Tristen Tritt, Matthew Brown, Tommy Tritt and Miranda Tritt; sister Janice Plumbtree and her husband Larry of Baker City, and brother Robert (Bud) Fawcett and his wife Carla of Apple Valley, CA; nephews Wayne Plumbtree of Albany, OR, and Justin Plumbtree of Baker City; and nieces Elizabeth Miller of Baker City, and Alison Everson of Richfield WA.
She was preceded in death by her mother and father.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Baker City Eagles Lodge scholarship fund through Tami's Pine Valley Funeral Home and Cremation Services, PO Box 543 Halfway, Oregon 97834. Online condolences can be shared at www.tamispinevalleyfuneralhome.com