Pamm Fabrizius, age 55, of Maple Park, lost her battle with mental illness, and now lives eternally free of the chains that bound her, Monday, April 5, 2021. 

She was born May 20, 1965 in St. Charles, IL, to loving parents, Joe and Carol Fabrizius.

Pamm spent her life on the family farm of her youth. She graduated from Kaneland High School with the class of 1983. Before receiving her diploma, Pamm excelled at Volleyball and created a reputation that preceded her on the court.

Pamm was united in marriage and was blessed with two children, to whom she devoted her life and love.

Pamm lived to take care of others. Her heart was always open and her hands willing to take on a challenge at a moments notice. Her grandchildren loved to be around “Grandma Pamm”. She had a creative spirit that helped her keep her grandchildren occupied for hours, even sitting still in order for her granddaughter to put on “12 pounds” of makeup. She was colorful and beautiful inside and out. She wore bright colors and glitter had it’s place in every outfit. Holidays were special, though sometimes unorthodox. A family tradition of wrapping old clothing of her parents, culminating in a one of a kind holiday photo with girl’s in old fashioned night gowns and guy’s in old fashioned hat’s and ties. She never came to visit without a gift, but it was her gift of love that will remain everlasting in the hearts of her family.

She is survived by her children: Dustin (Jennifer Philbrick) Stadie and Jessica (John Morong) Stadie; three grandchildren: Kaeden Stadie, Carolynn Morong and Marshall Morong; 7 siblings: Linda (Dan) Gerace, Cynthia Jo Fabrizius, Rodney (Mona) Fabrizius, Julie Andrews, Keith (Julie) Fabrizius, Paul (Linda) Fabrizius, and Steven Fabrizius; many nieces, nephews and a family of friends.

She is preceded in death by her parents Carol and Joe Fabrizius.

Visitation will be from 11-2 p.m., Saturday, April 10, 2021, at Conley Funeral Home, 116 W. Pierce St., Elburn. Private family burial services will follow cremation at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be sent to CCU Parents Support: Some Assembly Required, 301 Eric Court, Mount Prospect, IL 60056 or visit  This organization directly impacts parents whose children require medical care like Pamm’s grandson Marshall. Tributes and memories can be left on the Conley Funeral Home Facebook Page, or at where you can find her full life story.

7 thoughts on “PAMM FABRIZIUS

  1. Stan and I are holding Pamm’s family and your whole family in prayer. I am happy we got to know Pamm a little as an adult at the Then reunions. We send our love and prayer to you all, Stan and Nan Elson

  2. Sending the family of Pamm my sincere sympathy on the loss of their dear family member. May she rest in the peace of God’s love.

  3. Thoughts and prayers for the whole family. ❤️

  4. My sincere condolences to the entire family. In the few short years I knew Pamm, her favorite topic was her grandchildren and how much they mean to her. She loved her children and grandchildren with all her heart and wanted nothing more than to be there for all of you. Her struggles were deep and my sincere hope is that her family only remembers the good times with her. I will always remember Pamm and will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

  5. So many memories to choose from growing up. Pamm had a way of putting the “pedal to the metal” & getting us to school on time with only a minute to spare until the bell rang! Even in the junkie cars we drove – Thank you Dad & Uncle Joe. Some of our adventures in fast moving cars will remain exactly there. Pamm sparkled when speaking of her children & grandkids. May you fly in the the freedom of Light! Sending my heartfelt sympathies to your entire family.

  6. Sending our loving sympathy to the family. God bless you. ❤️

  7. Pam was a beautiful person. My condolences to Dustin and Jessica on her passing.

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