September 12, 1958 ~ March 30, 2023
Born in: San Bernadino, Ca
Resided in: Livermore, Ca
On March 30, 2023, Pamela Elinore Anderson Hundal, 64, joined her Savior in Heaven after a courageous battle with breast cancer. Pam was an eternal optimist who tenaciously tackled each day and dared to pursue even the loftiest of dreams. With her endearing kindness, humble nature, and zest for life, she left an indelible mark on all those fortunate enough to cross paths with her. When she wasn’t working in the family restaurant business alongside her team and pals from Carl’s Jr., Jamba, and Pieology, she was journeying around the globe (along with dozens of others she brought along!), leading Bible Studies, caring for her grandchildren, organizing conferences and events, concocting delectable dishes, hosting people at home, educating people about Noah’s Ark, Israel and dinosaurs, or engaging in a game of Scrabble or Words With Friends.
Growing up with a simple life on an orange ranch in the heart of California, she never took for granted all the remarkable experiences and opportunities that life presented her over the years. She and Daljit married in 1978 and moved their family to Livermore in 1985, where they would plant roots and remain throughout the rest of her life. She was an active member of Cedar Grove Community Church and more recently, Valley Community Church, a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and previously served on the Livermore Downtown Board. She loved to support many charities, including Shepherd’s Gate, Next Step, USA Cares and National Breast Cancer Foundation.
She was a shining ray of God’s light to everyone who knew her, and she will be deeply missed by so many, but especially her closest family: Husband Daljit, Daughter Tara with Son-in-Law Jason; Son Steven and his wife Shannon as well the grandchildren whom she adored – Zachary, Zoe, Eli and Dylan, Mother Nancy, Sister Karen, and Cousin, Tammie. She joined many friends and family in heaven including her father, Robert and Sister Cathy.
A Celebration of Life will be held on May 13, 2023 at 11am at Valley Community Church in Pleasanton (4555 Del Valle Parkway). In lieu of flowers, the family has set up a fund to create a business scholarship for a graduate of Shepherd’s Gate Women’s and Children’s Shelter and would love for donations to be made there in her honor. www.shepherdsgate.org.
My special girlfriend , one of 5. So many beautiful memories of our trips. You were such a spiritual leader for me and will forever be in my heart .RIP Pam
You are now an Angel In Heaven
The best lady boss ever. A friend I will miss daily until I see her in heaven and when I do there better be wine and appetizers. We shared many wine and food samples when we went out to dinner. It was usually one of everything. Love you Pam so much.
Did not see Pam often, but anytime I left her presence, I knew I had become a better person. She was always optimistic, loved deeply, and believed. Truly believed.
She has left a wonderful legacy and she will never be forgotten.
When I think of Pam entering heaven , I can hear Jesus say “Well done good and faithful servant. “She fought the good fight, and was ready to meet her Savior. She was an inspiration to me and I will always have her in my heart with wonderful memories!
I didn’t know Pam very long but got to hear her love and passion for the Holy Land on two long zoom calls. Even on the Zoom calls her eyes were so brilliant and blue and she shined bright like the Milky Way, reflecting the goodness of God. May our Lord and Savior have mercy on you as you grieve Pam and miss her in the days to come. Come Holy Spirit come…be present and comforting to your precious people. Love, Keli Elkins
Pam’s natural talents and abilities, were raised to a supernatural affect on everyone with who she came into contact and every project she undertook because of her devotion to her Savior! I feel so fortunate to have crossed paths with her and to have developed such a significant relationship, enjoying her hospitality, traveling with her to Israel and being challenged by her quest for the “hidden” truths of the Bible. Renewing our friendship on the other side, is a part of the “blessed hope” of our salvation.
My love and consolation to Daljit, Nancy and family
I miss you a lot, and have many good memories growing up with you.
My heart will be breaking for a long time, but I know where you are and one day we will all be joined together to worship our God in Heaven.
You were not just a client, but also a friend. Your presence in our lives brought joy, inspiration, and laughter. You were always so kind, supportive, and a true pleasure to work with. Your dedication and passion were evident in everything you did, and you touched the lives of those around you in countless ways.
I will always cherish the memories we shared, and I am grateful to have had the opportunity to know you. Your impact on our lives will be remembered and cherished forever. You will be deeply missed, and your absence will be felt in our hearts for years to come.
As you embark on this new journey, I wish you peace and comfort. May you rest in eternal peace, knowing that your legacy lives on in the hearts and minds of those who knew and loved you.
Wishing you and your family peace, comfort, courage, and lots of love at this time of sorrow. May your heart find solace in remembering Pam’s light, beauty, and laughter. There are things death cannot touch, and your love for Pam is one of them.
I wish Daljit, Tara, Steven and all of Pam’s family my most sincere condolences. Ed and I had many fun times with Pam and Daljit on our small group trips to Europe and the many CKE conferences. She always had so much energy and was ready to conquer any new adventure. It is sad she had to suffer so much during her final years, but know she is in a better place and probably planning events in Heaven. Maybe she and Ed will meet up and they can discuss what has been going on at CKE. We all will miss her. Love to all the family.
Pam lived her life preparing for the day she would see Jesus face to face. She had such a great love for the Lord and showed it in her daily walk, her love and concerns for her family and friends, and her generosity to anyone and everyone. We became friends right when she moved to Livermore, and were the best of friends ever since. I think of Pam constantly, and miss her terribly. I will see you again in heaven my dear friend. You have a special place in my heart!
Pam, your light shines on in your children and grandchildren. And I know we will see you again someday in heaven. For those of us left behind, we will miss your light.
God bless your family,
Kim and Dave Adams
Ron and I were blessed to have met Pam approximately 10 years ago when we first moved into the neighborhood. Right away she took us in as her neighbor and made us feel like part of the community. Pam and Daljit were the best neighbors we’ve had the privilege to live next to. She was full of love, faith, generous and caring to everyone who met her.
Pam I wish we had more time together getting to know each other. You really shined a light in my life. I can’t forget your forever smile when I saw you. You had a tremendous zest for life, always a positive lady, knowing you were going to conquer your cancer.
You have left a bright light in my eyes, and you have touched so many lives.
Love Gale Alexander