Pamela Eberle

March 28, 1956-Oct. 9, 2021

Pamela J. Eberle—-65,

Minot, lost her battle to

cancer on Saturday, Oc-

tober 9, 2021 in a Minot


Pamela Jean Jacobson

was born on March 28,

1956, a daughter of Owen

and Jean (Tangen) Jacob-

son in Williston, ND. She

was raised and educated

in Grenora, ND.

On December 23, 1972,

Pam was united in mar-

riage to Mick Eberle in

Grenora, ND. They made

their home North of Zahl,

ND until 1981, when they

moved into Grenora. In

1988, they returned to

Zahl. To this union three

children were born Joe,

Brenda and Amber.

In 2003, Pam moved

into Minot, and attended

the Adult Learning

Center, where she earned

her G.E.D. This proud ac-

complishment also pro-

vided her the ability to

further her education by

attending Minot State

University. While in

Minot, Pam worked for

Minot Junior Golf Associ-

ation, ING and also the

Pour Farm, where she met

many lifelong friends.

Pam enjoyed playing

Bingo, pull-tabs, scrabble,

cards and spending time

with her family. She was

a loving mother, grand-

mother, sister, aunt and

friend and will be missed

by all that knew her. She

also enjoyed sewing and

cross stitch work and if

you were one of the lucky

ones to receive one of

these items you knew ex-

actly how special it was.

She is survived by:

Children: Joe Eberle,

Brenda (Daren)

Sandstrom, Amber Eberle;

Five grandchildren:

Jade, Marcus, Cody, Jacob

and Colter;

Siblings: LeeAnn (Fat

Cat) Jensen and Brad Tho-


Aunt and Uncle:

Laurence and Vi Muller

Several nieces,

nephews and cousins also


Pam was preceded in

death by her parents, two

brothers Ron, Miles and a

sister Lynn, father and

mother-in-law, Fred and

Gladys Eberle.

Visitation: Pam’s

wishes were for cremation

to take place, however

friends may sign a guest

register on Friday, Oc-

tober 15, 2021 one hour

prior to the service at the


Memorial Service: Fri-

day, October 15, 2021 at 1

pm at Bread of Life Luth-

eran Church Minot

Burial: a private family

committal service will

take place at a later date.

In Lieu of flowers,

memorials may be given

in Pam’s honor to the

Trinity Cancer Care

Center or an organization

of Donors Choice.

Thompson-Larson Fun-

eral Home, Minot