Pamela Marcoux

Obituary of Pamela M. Marcoux

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LAKE LUZERNE: Pamela (Martin) Marcoux, 71, formerly of Lake Luzerne, joined her mother and brother, in heaven, on April 4, 2024, after a long illness.

Pam was born on November 6, 1952 in the Albany area, to the late Dorothy Martin. Pam found pleasure in spending time with her family, friends, and her cherished pets. She enjoyed passing the time by reading romance novels and tuning into her favorite sci-fi series. In her younger years, Pam enjoyed hosting, cooking and dancing to her favorite music with her family and friends. Pam cherished the days she spent with her children on the shores of Lake George.

In addition to her mother, Pam is predeceased by her brother Rick Martin, and her loyal canine companion, Koda.

Left to cherish her memory are her son, Christopher Ferrone and his wife MacKenzie, of Warrensburg, daughter Stacey Ferrone of South Glens Falls, Granddaughter Sadeigh Fish, of Warrensburg, brother Jeff Martin of Diamond Point, niece Jessica Daigle and her husband Andrew of Connecticut, and father of her children, Peter Ferrone, of Chestertown.

Pam's family expresses profound gratitude and appreciation for the exceptional care provided by the C.R. Wood Cancer Center and the Argyle Center for Independent Living.

Memorial donations can be made in Pam’s name to SPCA of Upstate New York, 588 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury, NY 12804 or

Services will be private and at the convenience of the family.

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Pamela Marcoux

1952 - 2024

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