Pamela Lincoln-Yergin, born May 14, 1937, at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, California, left us on Nov. 21 with family, friends, caretakers, and Hospice in attendance.
She attended high school in California and Connecticut, and took acting classes at the Gene Frankel Theatre in New York City. Pamela was a member of the Screen Actors Guild and performed on stage, screen, and television.
After raising two children, her career took a new path as she worked at GE/Westinghouse Communications and assorted TV stations. She also gave private lessons in acting, public speaking, and group presentations.
In her golden years she befriended neighbor Florence Wald, known as the mother of Hospice care in the United States. She volunteered for patient care and the painting of ceiling tiles for the bed-ridden. She also volunteered at Branford Community Center and Branford Animal Shelter.
Pamela was a loving, wonderful, funny, generous, and elegant woman. Her passing is a great loss and she will always be loved. God Bless.