Pamela Joan Warr

September 11, 1953 - March 28, 2018

– The Best Mum In The World. Pamela died suddenly at Belleville General Hospital on March 28, 2018 in her sixty-fourth year. A beautiful bright light has been lost; Pamela’s love of the arts, theatre and poetry shone through her challenging life. A talented visual artist who loved to draw and paint, her love for theatre began at Brock University, continued in Toronto where she busked, worked in theatres, including Theatre Paisse Muraille, and performed her one-woman-show at the First International Festival of Mime. While still in her early twenties, Pam was awarded a Canada Council Arts grant to study in Paris under the famous mime artist, Etienne Decroux. She was a courageous, creative, funny, loving, and generous human. Nothing made her happier than a pocket full of money she could spend on someone else. She was a loving mother to her son, Walter, a caring daughter to her mother, Kay, and father, Walter, and a beloved sister to Susan, Jennifer and John. She is survived by her son, Walter A.Warr of Belleville; mother, Ada K.Warr of Picton (Walter, deceased, of Trenton); sisters Susan Kemp (David, deceased) of Camden East and Jennifer Warr (Knowlton Hunter) of Picton and sister-in-law, Lissa Warr (John Warr, deceased) of Belleville. Loving Aunt to Joel Warr (Kendra Sartorelli), Stephanie Warr (Dan Moore), Adrian Saunders (Jon Brown), Dylan Warr (Martine Warr), Shannon Warr-Hunter (Brandon Sargeant), Rebecca Warr (Curtis Baron), Rowan Warr-Hunter (Brianna Warr-Hunter), Joshua Warr (Stacey Maltby), Tristram Warr (Lisha Warr) & Kelty Warr (Marisa DeCicco). Pamela was a fun-loving and caring Great Aunt to thirteen great nieces and nephews, always ready to play in the pool, join in a game or create something wonderful. She invariably remembered birthdays with a card and a thoughtful gift. In keeping with Pam’s wishes, cremation was entrusted to Whattam’s Funeral Home in Picton. A celebration of her life will be announced at a later date.