Pamela M. (Bock) Pringle, 63, of Kingston, formerly of Quincy, peacefully passed away at home surrounded by her loving family on April 12, 2022. Beloved wife of the late Robert J (Robbie) Pringle, devoted mother of Janice Pringle- Barrett and her husband James of Kingston, Robert Pringle, Jr. and his wife Maggie, of Pembroke, John W. Pringle and his wife Kourtney, of Kingston. Doting and patient “Nonnie” to her adoring grandchildren Kaylee, Ava, Travis, Penelope, and Robert III. Cherished daughter of her late mother Barbara and her late father William. Adored sister of William, late of Quincy, Cecil (Bock) Flynn, Elizabeth, late of Quincy, Deborah (Bock) Foster, Charlie, Tim, Steven, late of Quincy, and Barbie.
Pam was born in West Virginia and settled with her family in the Germantown section of Quincy. She attended Quincy High School as a member of the Class of 1977. Pam met the love of her life, Robbie, at Snug Harbor Elementary School, when she was 12 years old, the two were inseparable from the beginning. Pam missed Robbie terribly after he passed away in 2018, it might even be said that she passed of a broken heart. Pam and Robbie started their family at a very young age and their unconditional love laid the foundation for them to build a lovingfamily with their 3 children, Janice, Robbie and John. After owning their first house in Carver, they moved to Kingston in 1984, to their dream neighborhood on Malvern Lane, where they built unbreakable bonds with their neighbors, loving the neighborhood kids as they were her own, another mother to all. Creating long lasting memories of holiday parties, block parties, summer fun in the sun barbecuing, swimming and sharing many laughs. Pam delighted her neighbors and friends there, where all of their children grew up as family together. There was always something going on at the Pringle house, welcoming all with wide open arms. Pam was always laughing, smiling, and enjoying conversation. She worked at Kingston Elementary School for 25+ years as the Lunch Lady and loved, what she called “Her babies”, watching the school children grow up made her happy. She loved her vacations to Jamaica, Mexico and Punta Cana. She spent her downtime doing puzzles, drinking tea and watching Rom Coms. Pam was a doting mother to her 3 children and especially her 5 grandchildren.
Pam will be missed and forever loved by all that knew her. She is now dancing in heaven with her forever true love, Robert Pringle.
Visiting hours and service will be held at the Shepherd’s Funeral Home, 216 Main Street Kingston, MA 02364 on Monday, April18th. Viewing will begin at 10am, service at 12pm, followed by a procession to Pamela and Robbie’s final resting place at Evergreen Cemetery, Kingston, MA.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Pamela M. (Bock)
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Shepherd Funeral & Cremation Service - Kingston