An MB pastor’s daughter, Pamela grew up in St. Catharines, Ont.; Garden City, Kan.; Dinuba, Calif.; and Winnipeg, where she studied at U of W and MB Bible College. Paul proposed to Pamela with a guitar serenade on a ladder outside her window. They served together as Sunday school teachers, premarital counsellors, small group leaders, and preaching team members. Pamela organized a support group for mothers of preschoolers. She loved playing piano and singing at worship services and special events, especially alongside Paul and their daughters. She directed many church musicals. She earned her brown belt in Shotokan karate. With a master of marriage and family therapy, Pamela’s career included EAP and shared-care counselling in Winnipeg. A self-described change-agent, Pamela believed, given the tools, people could always become better. Pamela and Paul backpacked 8 European countries for their 25th anniversary. She died of a ruptured brain aneurism. Pamela was always looking for God to reveal himself through nature, circumstances, and other people.