I want to let you know that you and your family are in my prayers. I remember your mother volunteering in my third grade classroom so many years ago. She loved her family and was always sharing her incredible talents and time with others. May you find solace in knowing she is no longer in pain but with our true Lord and Savior.
Blessings to your family,
Sarah C. Bittner
I too just saw the notice of Pam's death in the Augustana Connections. We have not kept up over the years but as soon as I read her name it took me back to our freshman days at East Hall. Her laugh and the way we danced. She gave Bic the first haircut he had had in a LONG time (remember it was the 70's) I rejoice with her that she continued in the faith. Carla Rye Bichler
Dear Bill and family,
I just today saw in the Augustana newsletter that Pam had passed on. I am so terribly sorry to hear that. Pam and I were such close friends in college. While we did not see each other over the years, I remember her warmth, beautiful smile and the wonderful gift she had working with children. Pam was the type of person that touched your heart. I am so sorry for your loss.
Cindy Dolby Nollette
Pam was a mainstay among mothers of the students who graduated with her children from Como Park Senior High School. Her loss affects all who knew her as a passionate advocate for students in public schools, an amazing gardener, and a parent to any child within the circle of her arms. Please accept our heartfelt sympathy on Pam's passing. Mary Ann Saurino, Richard Danila and Jonah Miller
I worked with Pam and loved her. She touched my heart with her smile and personality. I'm so thankful and feel blessed to have known her.
May the Lord Jesus touch your hearts with His peace and love.
I am so sorry for your loss. Pam was my mentor when I was a Master Gardener intern. She has a dear spot in my heart. She will be deeply missed by the Master Gardeners too.
Pam was beautiful in every way. I loved her contagious laugh, her smile and her love for children, Bill, the state fair, North Como Church (except some of the hymms (LOL). A difficult loss of me and our community. She is an angel!
I am so sorry to hear about your mother's passing. We are thinking about your during this difficult time.
My heart and prayers go out to Bill and the children as they try to find peace of heart in their loss. Blessings.
Anna and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. I remember your mother from years ago when you and Elise were very young. Your mother always had a beautiful smile and a wonderful, happy twinkle in her eye. She will be missed.
Our sympathy, Ann,Daniel&Elise Buchen
I'm sorry, I did not identify myself, on my entry.
-Brian McCarthy, Hannover, Germany
Former Head Baseball Coach, Como Park H.S.
Pam Gengler was a wonderful woman to me. She was one of the people that was always in my corner when I was the Head Baseball Coach at Como Park...constantly looking for ways to help the program and our student-athletes. She, and her entire family, are the kind of people that make the Como community very special. May God bless her and the entire Gengler family.
Kira and family - sending you prayers and comfort. She will be with you always.
I knew Pam from Master Gardening and will always smile when I remember her! Please accept my sincere sympathies
Bill and family,
I was so sorry to hear the news. I always loved chatting with Pam at LGN events. I will miss her smile and kind words of advice re raising children. She loved being a mother.
Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers,
Mary Divine Myers
Pam was a good friend and neighbor. She will be missed very much. She touched the hearts of many with her smile and love.