Pamela ‘Pam’ Woods Edrich�’82 of Lakewood, Colo., died January 2, 2011. Pam was born in 1959 in Pueblo, Colo., and graduated from Pueblo East High School in 1978. She attended Mines on an academic scholarship, where she was a member of Blue Key and earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering. She met her husband, Rick ’82, MS ’86, at the school and the couple married in 1985. Most of her professional career was spent in environmental cleanup and reclamation, including work on the closure of Rocky Flats near Golden. Pam was involved in the Girl Scouts, her church and school parent groups; she also enjoyed gardening, camping, hiking and reading. She is survived by Rick; their daughters, Becky and Rachel; her parents, Kenneth and Virginia Woods; brother, Bruce; and sister, Diana.
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