With heavy hearts we are sad to report Pam has passed away December 22, 2017 post transplant surgery. She has been called upon for an even greater purpose where we know she will continue to bring joy to others.
Our hearts are full of love and gratitude for your generous support for Pam’s Go Fund Me account. Funds collected will help offset the extensive medical bills during her hospitalization.
We are now in the process of caring out Pam’s wishes and will be establishing a non-profit 501c3 in Pam’s name. This Foundation will be managed by the Warren Family. Your donations moving forward will help establish the foundation so we can fulfill Pam’s wishes. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Pam wanted to create a foundation to help:
1. Foster the enrichment of children who are passionate about music and music technology
2. Cultivate female entrepreneurship in the area of djing, business arts and humanities.
3. Encourage equal treatment of women in the entertainment industry.
Her family is now forming a team of indivuals to help make her dream and mission become reality. This process begins now.
Pam grew up on the Peninsula and went to Burlingame High School. She was known for her work with the Oakland hip-hop outfit, The Coup, which was led by rapper Boots Riley.
Purple Pam is a music trailblazer, who is one of the first females in the West Coast hip-hop culture.Her talent was recognized by the legendary artist, Prince, who asked Pam to DJ for him on his last tour before his death in 2016.
We know Pam will forever be in our hearts. Please continue to love passionately and keep the world a little funky in her name. Your donation of any denomination and sharing this message in your network is greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your kindness and support during this very difficult time.