Pamela  Neronde
Pamela Jeanne Neronde passed from this earth on Sept. 12, 2019, in Sacramento, Calif. She had resided in California since 2001.
Born May 18, 1945, in Alton, Ill., to Dale E. and Ruth W. (Wilson) Everts, the family moved to Danville in 1954. Her education included attending Danville schools, graduating from Lakeview College of Nursing in 1966, a B.S. degree in nursing in 2011, and a degree in interior design.
Her free time was full of various activities. She loved to paint, garden, play the piano and travel with her family. She also attended daily exercise classes.
Pam's natural creativity was impressive and benefited everyone in her life. Devotion to her children, family and friends was evident in the beautiful hand-painted glassware and wall paintings she created for everyone she loved so dearly.
She also enjoyed growing a variety of fragrant flowers and arranging bouquets to share with family and friends. Examples of her extraordinary talent can literally be found in all of the homes of those who shared in her life.
Pam will be loved dearly and greatly missed by her entire family. She is survived by her life partner, Don Neronde; her sons, Christopher McGrew and Sean McGrew, both of California; stepchildren, Don Jr. (Renee) Neronde, Krissy (Mark) Harris, Nikole (Kelly) Neronde; a sister, Gail (Philip) Bryant; a brother, William Everts; seven step-grandchildren; two step-great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Len W. Everts.
A celebration of her life will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, in St. James United Methodist Church in Danville. Pastor Randy Robinson will officiate.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Vermilion County Conservation District, benefiting the Bunker Hill flower and herb gardens at Kennekuk County Park, where a tree has been planted in Pam's memory.
Published on November 13, 2019


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Michele and Jay Heaton
Nov 27, 2019
Don, Chris, Sean, Gail and Family we are sorry for your Loss. We Loved Pam. Starting with the years of Nursing school, on vacation visiting her at The Mart in Chicago, vacations in The Islands, to planting acres of wild flowers in the middle of a corn field near Georgetown, helping her can bushels of her homegrown tomatoes. Quite the Nature Girl.. We will be forever grateful for Pam's spiritual and loving support during our family tragedy.
Our prayers for and fond memories of Pam gives us comfort.
May our Lord bless and comfort you..
Jay and Michele
Sandy Milewski Powell
Nov 14, 2019
Pam and family I am so sorry for your loss of Pam. She was my idol when I was young! She was quite an accomplished lady. Please accept my prayers and sympathy 😢