Once in a blue moon, you come in contact with a person who will be in your life forever and who possesses a heart that will make it well worth the friendship — that was Pam. She had a way about her …
her wit, her wisdom, her generosity and her humor were unsurpassed. There
will never be another Pam, a unique soul and a friend to all she met.
I met Pam in 1969 in the ad business. She was there from the beginning
with the DR 15-minute programs for Physicians Mutual Insurance and Kiplinger Changing Times. How many people have been dedicated to this business
for 42 years?
She loved horses and all animals with a passion most people would not
understand. If you didn’t know her by name, you would probably refer to her
as Mrs. Doolittle!
In 1989, she relocated to Bowling Green, Kentucky, to work for Lortz Direct and Physicians Mutual. It was there she established her famous Abbot Pony
Farms, which became home to 46 horses, 30 cats, five dogs and four turkeys!
Pam had a heart of gold. She came to us on Dec. 1, 1949. She left us, and
left a legacy of love for animals and people, on Feb. 7, 2011.
Pam, I will miss you.