Pamela K. Johnston, Age: 69
Mar 15, 1949 -- Sept. 10, 2018

Pamela K. Johnston (Stanfield), 69, passed away on Sept. 10, 2018 in Kansas City, Kansas after a lengthy struggle with cancer. Pamela was born Mar 15, 1949 in Battle Creek, MI. She was predeceased by both parents Theron (Bud) G. and Beatrice (Bea) V. Stanfield , Olathe, KS. Pamela spent much of her childhood in Battle Creek, Michigan and Lamar, Colorado and Independence, Kansas.


Pamela was a Registered Nurse working in several area hospitals in Kansas City before moving to Honolulu, HI where she worked as a surgical nurse at Queens Medical Center. She met and married the love of her life, Rainald Johnston in Hawaii. The Johnston family embraced Pam as one of their own the first time they met her. Pamela and her husband relocated to the Overland Park, KS area where once again she worked as a surgical nurse retiring several years ago. After nursing, Pam worked as a Host at Bob Evans Restaurant, as a Fitness Coach at Curves, and lastly at Perkins Restaurant, and where she just loved everyone and she was loved in return. Pam loved and cared for friends and family and for her pets deeply, and her kindness, ready smiles and loving ways were cherished by all who knew her. Pam's life was truly one of LOVE, joy and much happiness, and she will be long remembered and missed by so many,


She is survived by her loving husband of 35 years, Rainald Johnston of the home, stepsons, Rainald Johnston, Jr., Daniel Johnston both of Honolulu, Hawaii , & Paul (Priscilla) Johnston in CA; brother Glenn (Winnie) Stanfield, Torrance, CA, sister Nancy (Martin) Shay, Wichita, KS, nephews Phillip (Amber) Shay, Derby, KS, Michael Stanfield, Torrance, CA, nieces Aimee (Julio) Arreygue, Torrance, CA and Laura (Timothy) Purser, Mulvane, KS, Sister in Law, Mapu Johnston Conway, Brother in Law, Harold C. Johnston, a multitude of friends in Hawaii, and numerous cousins and grand nephews and nieces.


A Memorial Service and Mass will be celebrated at Queen of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 7023 West 71st. Street, Overland Park, KS on Tuesday, 18 September, with the visitation at 9:45AM and followed by a Memorial Mass at 10:30AM.



Josh Moore Sep 14 ,2018

Nephew ,Lake Stevens ,Washington

I will always remember the great, wonderful, kind hearted person auntie Pam was. The biggest heart and filled with love and generosity towards the world and the people in it. I will cherish the memories of my childhood when uncle Rainald and auntie Pam lived with us in Kailua and all the times spent with her. I am deeply saddened and will without a doubt miss her. I love you auntie Pam. It wasn't time for you to go in our eyes, but in God's plans, it was. That's all we can rely on and we can be assured you are in Heaven with Jesus telling uncle Rainald he will be fine, because you are doing wonderful up there. You will always be remembered and loved. Thank you for your time here Aunti Pam. I will see you again soon. Goodbye for now.

Janet M Elie Sep 15 ,2018

Friend ,KANSAS CITY ,Missouri

I knew Pam from Curves. She was always so delightful when I would come in for my workout. She had great stories to tell and was always encouraging. Even during the times of her treatment when we knew she was in pain, she still wanted to be at Curves. Her husband would drop her off so she could be with her fellow Curve friends. When the day came she could drive herself again, she was so excited. Pam was the kind of person we would all like to be, friendly caring, never saying a bad word about anyone. She will be missed.

Funeral Mass
Queen of the Holy Rosary
7023 West 71st Street,
Overland Park
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Sep 18 ,2018
10:30 AM
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