Pamela Errecart
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Services will be Monday for Pamela Errecart, a lifelong Stockton resident who taught 30 years in Tracy Unified School District. She died Tuesday in Stockton at age 64.

Miss Errecart, born Aug. 9, 1949, taught second grade at South/West Park Elementary School and retired in 2011.

Survivors include her mother, Josephine Errecart; a brother, John Errecart, and his wife, Sue; and a sister, JoAnn Smiley, and her husband, Don, all of Stockton. Also surviving are many other relatives, including an uncle, three nieces and two nephews.

Her father, Dominic Errecart, preceded her in death.

Monday’s services will begin at 10 a.m. at Cathedral of the Annunciation, 400 W. Rose St., in Stockton. Casa Bonita Mortuary of Stockton, 942-2500, is handling arrangements.

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June 28, 2014
Miss Errecart, you were a great teacher in 2nd Grade. I pray for your family and I hope you rest in peace.
June 28, 2014
May you Rest In Peace Ms Errecart

Sending prayers for your family

2nd grade Teacher

Class of "1984"

June 27, 2014
Rest in Peace, Ms. Errecart! Thank you for being so patient and nurturing to us! Go South School Muchkins!

with love and respect, Bobby (Ms. Errecart's 2nd grade class, 1988)

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