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Pamela E. Boltson

Pamela E. Boltson

Pamela E. Boltson, age 68, of Port Charlotte, Florida, passed away due to complications of a long-term illness while visiting her husband in Dallas, Texas on August 4th, 2017. Pamela E. Gittins was born in 1948, in Mineola, New York, to parents June Siems Gittins and Alfred W. Gittins, who both predeceased her. She grew up in Franklin Square, NY, where she attended H. Frank Carey High School, an experience which inspired a lifelong love of learning, and led to many long-standing friendships. She went on to earn a B.A. in English from Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, and an M.A. in American Civilization from NYU in New York City. Pam started her working career as a teacher of underprivileged adults in NYC. During that time she met her first husband, David Boltson. Not long after they wed, Pam and David moved to Sterling, VA, where Pam began work for the World Trade Association.
Pam and David had two children; Daniel G. Boltson and Scott R. Boltson. Following the birth of her first son, Pam left her WTA career and for the next 13 years became a dedicated stay-at-home mom and ran her own daycare business. During her life she wore many hats, including Sunday school teacher, boys’ soccer coach, and Cub Scout leader. She also loved animals and at one point bred/raised show-quality Cocker Spaniels. Pam’s first marriage ended after 20 years and she re-entered the job market. During this difficult time, she also fought and defeated breast cancer and was a 30-year survivor. Pam restarted her career as an administrative assistant, and through the years worked her way up the ranks to become a Senior Proposal Manager, a title she held with multiple large government contracting companies in Northern Virginia. She had an amazing “win” records with her proposals while employed at each of her companies. It was during this time that Pam met her second husband-to-be, Kenneth M Mack. Pam and Ken lived together for 19 years and were married April 2014, in Washington, DC. Pam retired the following year, and in 2016, they decided to leave Sterling, VA for the much more favorable climate of Port Charlotte, FL to be close to her sister and father. Pam and Ken shared a love of travel that left them both with many fond memories. She was still planning trips right up to her last days. Pam was well loved by all who knew her and will be sorely missed. Pam is survived by her ex-husband Dave Boltson, her loving husband Kenneth Mack, her older son Dan Boltson, her younger son Scott Boltson, her loving sister Sandy Anastasi, and many extended family members and friends with whom she shared so much of her abbreviated yet fulfilled life. It was Pam’s wish to be cremated, and her ashes spread on the West Virginia horse farm that she and her son Scott co-owned and loved.

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