Pamela Kim Greer
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Pamela Kim Greer was born on September 28th 1951 in Kobe, Japan to Kent & Beatrice Ashley (Greer). She grew up in Arizona alongside her sister, Kay Greer (Ganley). She traveled to Santa Barbara CA where she upholstered a line of classic automobiles called Clénet Coachworks. Kim (fondly known as Kimiko) then moved to Cambria CA where she started her own business as a seamstress and upholsterer. Here she gave birth to her daughter, Audrey Berger in 1985.

In 1997 after traveling for a year in a camper, they moved to Durango, CO where she continued her business. Kim was a beautiful soul who was full of grace, beauty and kindness. She was passionate about art, photography, traveling, hiking, cooking, music, animals and being a mother. Her infectious smile will be in our hearts forever. Kim passed away peacefully on Thursday March 25th 2021 at the Valley In nursing Home in Mancos, CO after Long battle with Alzheimer's.

She is survived by her daughter Audrey Traynham, her sister Kay Greer, nieces and nephews Shannon, Paul, Sean, Sparlin and Erin as well as all of her wonderful friends. In leu of flowers, Donations can be made to the Alzheimer's Association at

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Published in The Durango Herald on Mar. 26, 2021.
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