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Shane Douglas PAMMENT

13/11/2020
19/11/2020
Westpark Chapel

Passed away peacefully on Friday, November 13, 2020, aged 47, with his family by his side, and in the care of the wonderful people at Nurse Maude Hospice. Dearly loved by his late mother Noeline (Bub), and dad Ken, and his brothers Glen (Perth), and Ryan, and much loved partner of Sharne, and son Jesse. Dearly loved grandson of the late Doug and Florrie Flannery, and the late Florrie and Forbes Pamment, dear friend of Helen, and Amy, and much loved uncle of Taj, and Indigo (Perth). Shane was much loved by all his aunties, uncles, and cousins, and will always be remembered for the fun and laughter he brought to everyone’s lives. He was fortunate to have some wonderful friends in his life, who were there to support him to the end, and he treasured their friendship. The family would like to sincerely thank the following, for the loving care they took of Shane during his illness, and the support they provided to Shane’s family: Oncology Department at Christchurch Hospital, Dr Jarvis, Nurse Maude Palliative Care team, the wonderful people at Nurse Maude Hospice, and the very caring folk at Kaiapoi Crossing Pharmacy, all of whose efforts and support are very much appreciated by his family. Messages may be addressed to The Family of the late Shane Pamment, c/- PO Box 39001, Christchurch 8545. Donations to Nurse Maude Hospice would be appreciated, and may be made at the service.  A Service to celebrate Shane’s life will be held in our Westpark Chapel, 467 Wairakei Road, Burnside, on Thursday, November 19, at 10.00am. Private cremation thereafter.

 

To all our family and friends who have spent time with us, given us groceries, made us meals, baked for us, sent flowers, gifts and cards, those who spoke at Shane’s funeral and those who donated to Nurse Maude Palliative Care – your kind, caring, love and support both during and following the loss of a treasured partner, father, son, brother, coach and friends has helped us through some difficult months and we are grateful to you all. Thank you to those who were able to come along to honour Shane and give him a loving send-off, which we know he would have been proud of. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgement as many addresses are unknown.