Pamela "Pam" Jean Lybeck-Boldt, 57, of Rochester, MN died Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at Saint Marys Hospital.
Pam was born June 27, 1960 to Douglas and Doris (Hanson) Lybeck in Rochester, MN. She graduated from John Marshall High School in 1978. After graduation she worked for Rochester Road Construction, drove truck for Brice Prow and Doug Wigham, Arby's and Ulland Brothers Construction in Albert Lea, MN. She married Gary Boldt in July of 2004 and they later divorced. Pam enjoyed going to casinos, reading books, cats, bowling and motorcycles. Pam will be remembered as wild and spunky, she always did things her way. She will be missed.
She is survived by her mother, Doris Lybeck of Rochester; her son, Cody Haakenson of Rochester; two sisters, Cathy (Steve) Hyke and Cindy (Keith) McEachern all of Rochester; and two nieces, Christy Hyke and Cari Hyke. She is preceded in death by her father, Douglas.
A Memorial Service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 30, 2017 at Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Homes with the Reverend Linda Helberg officiating. Visitation will be held from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Homes on Friday, December 29, 2017 and one hour prior to the service on Saturday at the funeral home.
To leave a special memory or condolence please visit www.ranfranzandvinefh.com Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Homes 5421 Royal Place NW Rochester, MN 55901 (507) 289-3600
Pam was a great friend, we met and worked together at KFC in 1977-78, we had a lot good days and fun working. We then both went to Erdman's and worked as cashier's in1978. We worked through the flood, no power to run cash registers and cleaning up the mess. She made it fun. She was my bride attendant when I married my husband Kim (30 years ago today, December 30). Thank you, Pam!! I'll always remember her for helping me on that special day! Will miss you, Pam. ??'?RIP
I'm so thankful for the last visit Pam and I had, even though I wasn't up to it...she insisted on stopping to see me. I'm in my pj's in bed at Missy's house in the middle of the afternoon, she came over anyway...which I am very thankful for now. Pam was concerned about what I was having to live with. We talked about the good old days when we were young, cruising broadway and skating at skate Country. She was loving caring Pam and I know she will be missed by all, she fought to the end, strong headed and being in charge.
My condolences to my sis Cathy Doris Cindy Cody and my brother a Steve. God Bless, Kathleen Hyke & Gordon Wilson
So sorry for your loss. Pam was always so full of energy! She will be missed by many. Colton was sad when I told him what happened. He seemed better after I told him Grandma Pam is probably running around in heaven, feeling good again and having a great time!
Our sincerest sympathy to Doris and the rest of Pam's family.
Pam was alway such a bubbly person. Loved her energy. We worked together for a brief time at Mayo. She always had a great story to tell. So sorry for your loss.
Sorry to read that Pam passed away. I only met her once as she was spraying my living room and kitchen ceilings. She was fun to talk to. Such a hard worker. She fought a long hard battle with her illness. Now she can rest. Take good care.
Pam was such a good girl. I met her in 1987 and what a hoot she was. We had a great time sailing at lake city and laughing and crying in our bikinis in mud puddles. If you needed a friend she was there. Love her and will miss her
Doris, Cody, Cindy, Cathy and family- So very sorry to hear about Pam today. My thoughts are with you at this sad time.
Becky and Larry Stevens
So sorry for you loss!!! Remember all the good times and she's now free. R.I.P. Pam
Thoughts and prayers to all of you at this difficult time. Pam left all of us with some great memories. I pray you find comfort in the memories during the difficult days ahead 🙏
Jeannie and Craig
Sorry to hear of Pam's passing. I remember good times when we'd get together at Grandma Fredia's. Rest in peace Pam. We will be in Montana, but you will all be in our hearts and prayers.
Debbie & Charlie
Pam was an awesome lady. She loved you very much Cody! Thinking of you at this time. I love ya Cody!
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