August 16, 1942 - May 5, 2020

Pamela A. Nichols, 77, of Boynton Beach, Florida and formerly of Baldwin, New York passed away on May 5, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Mark. Loving mother of Jane and Brooke, Cherished sister, Aunt and friend to many. Reposing at the Fullerton Funeral Home, Inc., 769 Merrick Road, Baldwin, New York on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. and 7:00-9:00 p.m. Religious Service on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, 8:00 pm. at the funeral home. Interment on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at Holy Rood Cemetery in Westbury, New York (Leaving the funeral home at approximately 11:00 a.m.) In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League in West Palm Beach, Florida at www.peggyadams.org.  


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Thoughts & Prayers

Posted by Ivy Pressendo on
I was a student at Boardman from Kindergarten through 9th grade. I was a pretty sickly kid, but most debilitating were my migraines. I would go to your mom's office a lot. We would call my mom to see if I could 'ride it out' or if I should go home. Honestly, more often that not, I just needed to go through the process of vomiting and then take a nap, and about an hour later, I could get back to class. So instead of my mom, it was your that mom held my head, fed me ice chips until I fell asleep, and then made sure I had some crackers, a Tylenol, and a little bit of Coke to drink when I woke up. Like students do, I moved on, and lost touch, so, imagine my surprise when she found me on Facebook, and she remembered those long-ago times. I am eternally grateful for her care all those years, and I'm so very lucky I got to tell her how much I appreciated her kindness. My condolences to all, may she rest in peace, and may her memory always make you feel cared for.
Posted by Terry Cornwell on
Jane & Brooke - How sweet to have been a part of your mom’s life over the past 30 years and 2 months. We fell into each other’s lives at such a crucial time for all of us and we reciprocated our feelings throughout these many years. So many memories surround us now of our times together which we will always cherish. We never missed sharing an earth day since our first together in Houston and she never missed an opportunity for a birthday or Christmas greeting. Though from a distance, we have witnessed both of you girls grow and shine, becoming the beautiful women you’ve become. Our hearts go out to you at this time and we pray you find peace and comfort in each other and through all who love and care for you. We truly adored your mom so, although we grieve, we will celebrate Pam’s life, her love for all of us, and her legacy for being the caring and giving person always giving back - we can only hope this will remain in spirit within each of us. Our sincere condolences, Terry Cornwell & Grady Basler (Austin TX)
Posted by Richie on
Dear Family of Pam

I am sorry to see this. She was a
sweet woman and a presence at
OHS. ????❤️
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