Celebrate Life & Honor Every Memory


Pamela C Niland

December 04, 1946 - November 27, 2021

Pamela C Niland

December 04, 1946 - November 27, 2021


Obituary For Pamela C Niland

Pamela C Niland, 74, of Topsfield and formerly of Peabody, died early Saturday morning surrounded by her loving family at the Kaplan Family Hospice in Danvers following a courageous battle with a lengthy illness.

Born in Medford, she was the daughter of the late William F Niland and Constance E (Allingham) Niland. She was raised and educated in Peabody and was a graduate of Peabody High School class of 1964. Pamela attended North Shore Community College where she earned a degree in Social Services. She then spent time as an advocate for women in need, before ending her work years with Verizon. She was a very spiritual person and found peace by the ocean. She enjoyed countless moments of laughter and love with her many lifelong friends. Pamela wanted to offer comfort to all with these next few words, “I had a wonderful life with my children, grandchildren and family. I appreciate the love that was given to me and shared with me.”

Pamela is survived by her three sons, Ronald Andrews, and Jason Andrews and his life partner Dawn Sacco, all of Peabody and Jonathan Andrews of Beverly, her daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth and Brian Lemelin of North Billerica, her brothers, William Niland, Jr and his wife Sara of Topsfield, and Richard Niland and friend Stacy Roope of Danvers, her sister and brother-in-law, Lisa and Paul Hill of Bethel, VT and by her beloved grandchildren, Savannah Sacco-Andrews, Madyson Sacco-Andrews, and Hunter Lemelin.

Following cremation, visiting hours will be held on Friday from 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM, followed by a brief service at 1:00 PM at the Conway, Cahill-Brodeur Funeral Home, 82 Lynn St, Peabody to which relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend.

In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy can be made in her name to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 or www.stjude.org.

Photos & Video

Add New Photos & Video


  • I met Pam through a mutual friend. She became a bright point in our group. Soft spoken with great insight to people and the world around us all. Carried her health challenges with courage and grace. Her family filled her heart. It is said that when someone dies a part of everyone who loved them goes with them - so they won't be alone. And a part of them always stays behind for us to love and remember. Pam touched so many and will be remembered with love and missed by us all. My deepest sympathy to Pam's family and friends. Kathy Plouff

  • Auntie Pam I am really going to miss you. I confided in you and told you many things that no one ever knew. And you never judged me . I am struggling with not being able to come home to say goodbye, but I know you can hear me talking to you. I loved the times when you and my mom would tell all the crazy, funny, silly, out of control laughter stories. These stories would always get repeated at gatherings like Christmas and my Cousins ( Pam's children ) and I would always listen even if we heard these stories 100 times we still always laughed especially Elizabeth and I as if it were the first time telling us. Growing up at heritage Dr I have funny memories of just my mother and Auntie. And many years ago going to Aunties house for Christmas before. My mom took over. I could go on... But what I want you to know that I loved you , I still love you and I'll miss you very much always. I'm glad we got to talk well I was living in Las Vegas I meant alot talking to someone in my family. May you Rest in Peace Auntie Pam Please give my Mother a Kiss and Big hug from me tell her I love n miss her so much. May the spirit of you both watch over our whole entire family 🙏 I Will miss your Laughter and your Sense of Humor ♾️💔✝️ ❌⭕😓🕯️🌟♥️ ♥️ Your niece Lauren Famico

  • Pam and I were students together in our practitioner studies for the Centers for Spiritual Living. She caught my attention in class and we became fast friends because she asked the most brilliant questions. She was straightforward and eloquent at once. She was an excellent listener. She had such a kind and comforting presence. Besides her deep, spiritual and inquisitive nature, she was a stylish dresser. She always looked so smart. I love you, Pam. The world will not be the same without you.

  • Some of my best childhood memories are going to my Auntie Pam's house on Christmas Eve, waiting for Santa, and playing with all my older cousins. May you rest in peace Auntie, you will be missed.

  • Kids how are you doing. Pam would want you to happy. Pam was one of a kind with many deep thoughts which we talked about. She was proud strong never complain amazingly resilient . I hope everyone will gain insight and grow from her example. I admire her feel privileged to be friends. Pam say hi to my family. I love you. Love Dianne you I

  • There's a silence and an emptiness for Pam's children that with time will transform into growth and healing. Pam and I sat for hours and hours during some difficult times thru tears and laughter but her faith guided her and gave her strength. Still trying to absorb the loss of my dear friend. RIP Pam.

  • I worked with Pam at Verizon & we shared many stories & laughter having coffee every morning. R.I.P. Love Maryanne Loughlin

  • To Pam loving family sending lots of positive energy , peace and comfort, Pam, Kathy and spent many a day climbing that hill , remembering all the fun time , 🙏🏻❤️

  • She is finally at peace in His loving arms. We always had a great time whenever we were able to get together. She was so serious and laughing the next. She loved her grandchildren and always spoke of the latest thing they were doing I will miss her so much. Love to you all. X

  • Liz and family, I am so sorry to hear of your mom's passing . I have so many wonderful memories, some are funny, some are very sad. Pam was Pam, she was always there to support and pray with me when I needed her. I'll cherish my memories for the rest of my life. R.I.P. Pam Till we meet again 💔

Add a Candle

Click a candle below to add a candle to your message.


Let us help you

Please call us or fill out the form opposite and we will be in touch.

(978) 531-0472 |  info@ccbfuneral.com

Conway, Cahill-Brodeur Funeral Home & Cremation Care
82 Lynn Street, Peabody, MA 01960

Contact Us

Scroll to Top