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Pamela Eileen Boyce
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Pamela Eileen Boyce, 63, of Dawsonville, formerly of New Fairfield, Conn., died Dec. 3, 2015.

Mrs. Boyce was born in Greenwich, Conn. on May 26, 1952, a daughter of the late Evelyn and John Kish.

She spent her early childhood in Norwalk, but later moved to Danbury in 1963, where she attended and graduated from Danbury High School.

In 1971, Pamela met her future husband, Robert Boyce of Sandy Hook, Conn.

Robert and Pamela were married on May 13, 1972 at St. Gregory's in Danbury.

Together, they raised their three daughters in New Fairfield.

In 1998, Mrs. Boyce and her family moved to Dawsonville, where she was most recently employed as an office manager of a medical practice.

Her mother, Evelyn Kish; father, John Kish; and brothers, Robert and Ronald Kish, preceded her in death.

Survivors include her husband, Robert Boyce of Dawsonville; three daughters, Jennifer Boyce and her fiancée Jason Riggs, of Dawsonville; Erika Carlson and her husband, Dennis, of Little Torch Key, Fla., Ashley Riggs and her husband David, of Tucker; brother, Lawrence Kish and his wife Judy of Bridgewater, Conn.; five grandchildren, Anabella, Tanner, Kate, Bobby and Noelle; various other relatives also survive.

A mass of Christian burial was held at noon Dec. 7 at The Catholic Church of the Good Shepherd in Cumming. Burial followed at Sawnee View Memorial Gardens in Cumming.

Ingram Funeral Home and Crematory of Cumming was in charge of the arrangements.