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Pamela Diane Carbonel

Pamela Diane Carbonel

Pamela Diane (Bartlett) Carbonel, 56, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday,  January 4, 2020. Pam was born December 6, 1963, to Richard and Janet (Barnett) Bartlett in San Luis Obispo, California. In 1994, she married her best friend and soul mate, Jacque Edward Carbonel. Together, they raised a daughter, Danielle (Kline) Smith, and three grandchildren, Jasmyn Kenner, Haven Kline and Runnur Kline.

Pam was passionate about her work tending to birds at the Animals in Distress Bird Center. She also enjoyed gardening and bringing family and friends together for outdoor picnics and parties. She loved twinkly Christmas lights and collecting elephants, as is obvious by the large collection of both that she had. Pam will always be remembered for her beautiful smile and kind and compassionate spirit, especially for those in need.

Pam was preceded in death by her son Joey Kline, father Richard Bartlett, and first husband Tony Kline. In addition to her husband, daughter and grandchildren, Pam is survived by her mother Janet (Barnett) Bartlett, sisters Christine (Bartlett) Dolan and Susan (Scott) Thomas; and brother John Bartlett. She will be missed dearly by several cousins, nieces, nephews, and her best friend Charlie.

A Celebration of Life Memorial Service will be held at 3:00 PM on Wednesday, February 22 at The Foothills Apartments Club House, 2308 E. Franklin Road, Meridian. Cards or donations for the family may be mailed to Edward Carbonel at 2511 N. Bali Drive, Boise, Idaho, 83713.


  • Christine Dolan Posted January 8, 2020 8:20 pm

    My sweet little sister my heart is broken. I am only comforted knowing you are in heaven waiting and watching over us as we attempt to move on without you with us. You have been in my heart since the day you arrived in this world and will be forever more. Love You! XOXO

  • Pam O’Dell Posted January 8, 2020 9:26 pm

    Pamela, what a beautiful, loving person. You will be missed by all. Rest in the arms of Jesus .

  • Rick Dolan Posted January 8, 2020 9:34 pm

    Rest In Peace Pam. You were one of the most joyful persons I ever knew and I just loved hearing you laugh.
    It has been a great pleasure to be your brother in law.
    The world will not be the same without you.

  • Shelley Posted January 8, 2020 11:40 pm were my best friend.. I always looked up to how strong you were. You took on ALOT but finished it well.
    I am so lucky to have met you..your smile and BIG heart always amazed me. You never let anything stand in your way. You brought ALOT of people together for laughter and fun.
    I sure miss you my friend..i hung an Elephant in my car just for you..
    Give all those that greet you above a big hug..they just gained the most beautiful angel

  • Natalie Baldner Posted January 9, 2020 12:57 am

    RIP Pam.
    I will always have fond memories of you teaching me to be brave so I would jump out of the tree on the rope swing like all the other kids were doing back in our old “hood”. You finally got me to do it and then I was so proud to not be chicken in front of the other kids again! It has been years and years since I have seen you but will always remember how your laugh and smile would brighten a room. You left your loved ones way to soon!

  • Gina (Shaver) McGuire Posted January 9, 2020 1:30 am

    Pam always had such a loving soul.
    She cared with all she had.
    No matter what life threw at her she always had her beautiful smile, and you would never know she was hurting.
    She will be missed by all who knew her it didn’t matter how long you knew Pam it felt like you knew her forever.
    Once we grew up I didn’t see Pam a lot but whenever I did I always felt loved, even when we would chat in texting.

  • Linda Gillihan Wright Posted January 10, 2020 12:51 am

    Pam and I were each other’s first best friend. She was always the sweetest and kindest. And since she was bigger than me she always looked out for me. Boosted me over the fences on our great adventures. Her eyes were so beautiful. Because they were always filled with love and laughter. Her family became my family and visa versa.

  • Danielle Smith Posted February 17, 2020 7:45 pm

    Mom you were one of a kind a truly unique spirit, you taught me so much more than you ever gave yourself credit for. It was you who showed me what real unconditional love truly is and and that forgiveness comes from within your heart. I miss you mom always and forever I never got a chance to say thank you I love you and you are the best mother any daughter could ever need, want, or ask for I’m happy you are finally at peace and pain free. I love you Mom

  • Heather Courville Posted February 18, 2020 8:13 pm

    I know that you are in heaven causing havoc with my mom (Janet Cloyd) you two a always had the most interesting and strange adventures. Love you and miss you dearly.

  • runnur Posted October 7, 2020 8:09 pm

    i miss you grandma

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