Pamela Jean (McCafferty) Crisp


Pamela Jean (McCafferty) Crisp


Pamela Crisp

Pamela Jean (McCafferty) Crisp, 51, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, Jan. 10, 2020, with her family by her side.

Pamela was born on June 10, 1968, in Billings, to Sedrick and Nola McCafferty. Pamela graduated from Billings West High in 1986 and went on to earn her BSBA at MSUB. She became co-owner of Better Property Management, working alongside her sisters and daughter.

Pamela loved spending time with family and friends, camping, playing games, bowling, softball, music and dancing. She also discovered a love for gardening. She loved going to concerts. She was a diehard Dallas Cowboys fan. Pamela was an adventurous free spirit and lived her life to the fullest. She will be greatly missed.

She is survived by her former husband, Matthew Crisp, and their children, Morgan and Alex Crisp; her mother, Nola McCafferty; her brother, Michael McCafferty, wife Laura and their children Danie and Brittany McCafferty; her sister, Michele Dillon, husband Brad and daughter Lindsay Dillon; her sister, Laurie McCafferty and son Dylan Ludlam; her sister Cindy Sannes, husband Scott and daughter Courtney Sannes; and her partner, Kevin Lonski. Pamela was preceded in death by her father, Earl Sedrick McCafferty.

Memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 20, at Peace Lutheran Church, 1301 Avenue D. A reception will follow at the Columbia Club (Knights of Columbus).

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  1. I will always remember a smile on your face. You were one of my first supervisors and have became a long time friend. You are very missed already.

  2. Rest In Peace. Haven’t seen you since high school but remember you as one of the best people. Prayers for your family.

  3. Pamela McCafferty…a super nice and genuine person! Fond memories or her at BWHS (class of ’86). Lost touch over the years but sure she was a wonderful mother to her children. We shared the same birth date 6/10/68. Gone way to soon. RIP Pamela!

  4. Trinjia Dell'Aglio

    So sorry Pamela passed so soon in life. I lost touch with her through the years, but we went to high school together. She was always such a kind and sweet person with a great sense of humor. Rest in peace Pamela.

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