Pamela J. Gledhill, a homemaker and former teller and auditor at Bankers Trust and the Dime banks in New York City, died of breast cancer on Jan. 30 at home in Springs. She was 69 and had been ill for 10 months.
She married James Gledhill, who survives her, in 1975, and the couple brought up two children. A member of Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in East Hampton, she served as a eucharistic minister there, and had been a class mother when her children attended the Springs School.
Born on Sept. 24, 1951, in Queens to Francis Lackay and the former Arline Sanders, she grew up here and in Queens Village, graduated from St. Pascal Baylon High School in Queens, and attended Manhattan Community College.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Maura Gledhill of East Hampton, a son, Adam Gledhill of Sayville, and three grandchildren, Noah Gledhill, Tucker Gledhill, and Hadley Gledhill. A sister, Susan King of East Hampton, and several nieces and nephews also survive.
A funeral Mass was said at Most Holy Trinity on Feb. 5, with the Rev. Ryan Creamer and Deacon Lawrence Faulkenberry officiating. Burial at the church's cemetery in East Hampton followed.
Memorial donations have been suggested to East End Hospice at eeh.org, the Springs Food Pantry, 5 Old Stone Highway, East Hampton 11937, or the Springs Fire Department at 179 Fort Pond Boulevard.