Pamela Gayle Moberg

Friday, June 28, 2019

Pamela Gayle Moberg, of Elk Point, South Dakota, died Tuesday, June 25, 2019, following a long illness.

Pam was born June 27, 1950, in Le Mars, to Leonard and Betty Halweg and grew up in the Craig area. Pam graduated from Le Mars Community High School where she is remembered as a pianist and cheerleader. She attended Wayne State College until she met and married Carl Moberg in 1971.

The couple lived in Cedar Falls, while Carl finished college and then moved back to the Sioux City area to raise their family.

In 2000 they moved to Cannon Falls, Minnesota, and from there moved in 2007 to Aberdeen, South Dakota until retirement brought them to Elk Point in 2018.

Pam worked at several businesses throughout her career but is best remembered as a piano teacher to several dozen students.

Pam had a passion for volleyball and coached at several school systems through the years. Pam was the head volleyball coach at Cannon Falls High School while living in Minnesota.

All during her life she enjoyed her horses and her sailboat with her family.

Left to cherish her memory are her husband, Carl; daughter, Molly Miller and her husband, Brian; son, Eric Moberg and his wife, Jenna; grandchildren Maggie and Max Miller; brother, Ron Halweg and his wife LuEva; sister-in-law, Elaine Roberts; sister-in-law, Sandy Moberg; brother-in-law, Mark Moberg and his wife, Linda; brother-in-law, Gary Moberg and his wife, Denise, as well as many nieces and nephews.

Pam was preceded in death by her parents, Leonard and Betty Halweg; her father- and mother-in-law, the Rev. Edward and Virginia Moberg; brother-in-law, Don Moberg and sister-in-law, Clarice Moberg.

Funeral services will be at 11 a.m., Monday, at Grace Methodist Church in Sioux City, with the Rev. Dr. Jean Ziettlow presiding. Visitation will be two hours prior to the service at the church on Monday. Memorials will go to the Sioux City Humane Society.

The Christy-Smith Funeral Home, Morningside Chapel, in Sioux City is in charge of arrangements.

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