Monthly Archives: August 2016

Our people move freight. These are their stories: Seelochani “Pam” Lambe

US Agent Dispatch,  Seelochani “Pam” Lambe joined the Polaris family Feb. 25, 2013. Since the beginning of her career at Polaris, Pam’s favourite part of her role is interacting directly with customers and being able to ensure they are happy with the service Polaris provides. When asked which part of her work day she enjoys most, she responded “The afternoon. That is when I have everything under control and feel that my customers’ needs have been met”. Pam puts a great deal of pride into her work which in turn instills her with a sense of accomplishment every day.


Outside of her role at Polaris, Pam enjoys spending time with family and friends. You also might find her reading, camping, doing activities with kids or expressing herself creatively through her love of nail art. If you get the chance, you really should check out some of her beautiful work!

Another true passion for Pam is volunteering her time every year for various charities. The one which is closest to her heart is the Lucas Holtom Carnival.

What is the Lucas Holtom Carnival? The annual carnival, which happens in July, is free of charge and open to anyone and everyone. When someone you love passes away, there is often a need to DO something… If they passed from an illness, you may support the research. If they were taken from you by the hands of a drunk driver, you may join MADD. There is a desire to have them remembered, to somehow live on. After the loss of their son, carnival founders Katrina and Jamie Holtom had a deep desire to remember their little boy and to somehow capture who he was and what he meant to them. That is how this carnival came to be. Each year, families enjoy a stressfree day of fun, are given a new appreciation for the joy of children and above all, feel they had an opportunity to celebrate!

Connected through personal experience, Pam volunteers her time helping families remember, appreciate and celebrate the preciousness of life. The happiness she sees on the faces of children brings her much joy and nourishes her desire to help others in any way she can.

In speaking about future goals, Pam giggled and responded with “To get my driver’s license”. A small goal in comparison to the large one Pam has her mind set on. She plans to one day organize a memorial fund dedicated to her own son Krishtan, which would directly help the families of children affected by serious illnesses. Whether her goals are small or large, we have no doubt Pam will accomplish them. We couldn’t be more proud to have this caring and compassionate person as part of our Polaris family.