Pastor Pamela C. Mushero


August 29, 1946
- May 14, 2012

EAST MACHIAS - Pastor Pamela C. Mushero, 65, departed this natural world into the arms of Jesus May 14, 2012, after suffering a brain aneurysm and stroke. She was born Aug. 29, 1946, in Milo. Pam is survived by her life partner of 12 years, Jill Mertinke of East Machias; her beloved pups, Harley, Scootie, Moxie and Cassie; Jill's cockatoo, Bella; daughter, Kendra McCoy and husband, Chris, of Washburn; four grandchildren, Dawson, Tal, Christa and Lucy Annabelle; sisters, Rosaline "Roz" Buttery Buzzella of Corpus Christi, Texas, Bonnie Chase; and brothers, Arthur Dorr, Rodrick Day, Douglas Day, Neil Day, Eric Day. She is also survived by a very special cousin, James Karpowicz of Milo and his wife, Brenda; a special aunt, Eva Smart of Milo; many nieces, nephews, cousins and second cousins. Pam graduated from Milo High School in 1966 and went on to Bible College and at some point barber school in New Brunswick. She also attended the University of Maine at Presque Isle earning a bachelor's degree in social work and criminal justice. At the time of her death, Pam was serving as pastor of Word of Truth DownEast, Jonesboro, and founder of Word of Truth Training Institute, www.bibleschoolwithoutwalls.org. Pam also served as program director for Addison Point Agency, where she enjoyed her many friends and staff. She particularly enjoyed members of the Chartrand family of Addison. Pam had served in many other ministries throughout the years, including teaching Sunday school, directing puppetry, organizing bus ministry, drama, and worship leadership, and so many other services to the body of Christ. She was a passionate teacher of the Christ's love and Jesus' ultimate sacrifice on the cross by shedding his blood for our sins in order that we may spend eternity with him in heaven. Pam particularly enjoyed her new found love of four-wheeling, she also enjoyed woodworking, home improvement projects with Jill, working on her family's genealogy and writing poetry. She will be fondly remembered for her extreme sense of humor, vast wisdom in dealing with those less fortunate, and if you ever had the opportunity to hear Pam's storytelling you would consider yourself very blessed. Celebration of Pastor Pam's life and ministry will be noon Saturday, May 19, at Bragdon-Kelley Funeral Home, 220 Court St., Machias. In lieu of gifts and flowers, donations may be given to Word of Truth DownEast or Word of Truth Training Institute, care of Linda Snowdeal, Box 3, Jonesboro, ME 04648. Arrangements by Bragdon-Kelley Funeral Home, Machias.

Published in BDN Maine on May 17, 2012


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