Pamela J. (Wyatt) Stenson, age 58

of Boston and Edgartown

Pamela J. (Wyatt) Stenson, age 58

Pamela J. (Wyatt) Stenson, age 58, of Boston and Edgartown, died, Thursday, August 3, 2023 in the comfort of her home, surrounded by her loving family.

Pamela was born in New London, Conn., to the late Hugh and Phyllis N. (Tate) Wyatt. Raised and educated in Waterford, Conn., she was a graduate of Waterford High School, Class of 1983, where she excelled in softball and field hockey. She also earned a degree from Mitchell College, New London, Conn. in 1985. She lived in Boston for over nine years and in Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard for seventeen years.

She was an IT professional in the information technology industry and worked as president of the business unit for IDG in Framingham for twelve years.

Pamela was a self-proclaimed mermaid who loved swimming, boating, and skiing. She was the bright light of every gathering, loving music, dancing, and fun. Pamela was a strong woman who enjoyed life and time spent with family and friends.

Pam was a proud member of Town River Yacht Club in Quincy where she enjoyed many fond memories.

Most importantly, Pamela was devoted to her family, especially her stepchildren, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews, supporting all their many activities and accomplishments.

Beloved wife for twenty-six years of Raymond C. Stenson, Jr.

Devoted stepmother of Raymond C. Stenson, III and his wife Melissa of Scituate, Andrea E.S. Gibbens and her husband Dustin of Windsor, Calif.

Loving grandmother of Raymond IV (RC) and Ridley Stenson of Scituate.

One of seven siblings, Pamela was the dear sister of Betsy Gelinas and her husband Mark of Waterford, Conn., Susan Starks of Jacksonville, Fla., Thomas Wyatt and his wife Pauline, Alan Wyatt and his wife Pamala, all of Waterford, Conn., the late Cathy-Jo Cousineau and her surviving husband Barry of Jacksonville, Fla., the late Timothy Wyatt and his surviving wife Leanne of Waterford, Conn.

She is also survived by many cherished nieces, nephews, their families, and countless friends.

A Celebration of Pamela’s Life will be held at the tent pavilion at Granite Links Golf Club, 100 Quarry Hills Drive, Quincy, on Sunday August 20, from 1 – 4 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.

For those who wish, donations in Pamela’s memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, 3 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701.


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  • I will forever treasure all our time spent together, every laugh and conversation we shared, your smile and that devilish twinkle in your eye. Thank you for being my friend I will miss you but will carry you in my heart forever.

  • The world is at a loss without your beautiful bright light. We were all blessed to have known you.

  • I honestly don’t even know where and how to begin to describe Pam. What I do know is that when I learned of the news that we had lost one of the most beautiful soul this universe had blessed us with, I was left in shock, filled with confusion, emotions and most of all heart broken. It’s not everyday or lifetime you come across a bright, cheerful, genuine, energetic, fun, funny and charismatic person like Pam. Not only she was one of my all time favorite 22 Liberty resident she had became one of my very favorite person, seeing her always excited me and made me feel happy to be at work everyday, she just brought her best self every time she steps into the lobby, residences lounge, or anywhere she went. She had that magnificent smile, energy and my goodness the jokes and the laughs. She was always so kind, caring, simple and most importantly humble. She made a tremendous impact in my life, I am blessed, thankful, grateful and honored that I was blessed with an opportunity to get to know her, laugh with her and shared some incredible moments with her that I will forever cherish. I will always miss & love her dearly. May her soul rest in peace and paradise, until we meet again, you will always live in my heart. My condolences to the entire Stenson families. 🙏🏾🙌🏿❤️

  • Pam you were one of those people that made life fun! Always full of surprises to make our working days together interesting and productive. As friends you turned us on to skiing at Bretton Woods and I will always be reminded how you enjoyed skiing with my kids and getting my daughter from a full meltdown to laughing with in record time.

    I will always cherish the memories made. Our condolences Ray!

    Love Tom and Megan Jette

  • So so sorry to hear about Pam…
    She was a very special person and will be truly missed..
    With sincere condolences…

  • To our dear friend Pam,

    While you have created a hole in our hearts with your passing, we are very blessed that we can draw upon the amazing memories we made together over the last 30 years. You befriended us when we moved to Boston, and that bond only strengthened when we moved away. We spent such good times together over the years, from Key West to New England and in-between. You stood above the rest in your zest for life, always ready to laugh, love, or console. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for one beautiful friendship which we will always cherish.

    We Love and miss you,
    Anne and Pete

  • Pam, I am so grateful for the incredible impact you had on the lives of your family. Thank you for being such an amazing aunt to Taylor. When she speaks about you, it’s clear that you brought life and laughter and joy to each experience you had together. Now that she’s an aunt herself, she has you to remember as an incredible example of what that relationship can be. Cheers to you.

  • Pam was my sister from another mother. I am just heartbroken with her loss. I will miss her much. Our time together drinking lots of wine, taking long walks or solving the problems of the world will be with me forever.
    Ray, I am glad we had the opportunity to find the both of you. Basil and I are praying for you and the family.
    Rest in peace my friend,

  • Just learned about Pam’s passing from a friend and came here to record my condolences. I met Pam first as her business client. She was very professional at that moment as many others are but over time we became good friends. I can and will never forget her hospitality when I came to the Northeast for an event. She knew that I was a California boy and so made it a point to drive down to where I was and take me around and show me New England, the land of her birth and pride. Pam, I will miss you dearly. And wherever you are now, I know there will be true care for a fellow human and abundant energy that will shake anyone into action.