Pamela Gail Kerns
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NEWARK: A graveside service for Pamela Gail Kerns will be held at 1PM, Monday, June 11, 2012, at Newark Memorial Gardens-Mausoleum Chapel, 4244 Marion Road, NE
Newark, with Pastor Steve Osborne presiding. Friends and family call one hour prior to the service in the cemetery chapel.
Mrs. Kerns, age 58, passed away on Wednesday, June 6, 2012, at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. She was born October 19, 1953 in Oakland, Maryland, to her parents James F. and Alberta (Sims) Moore. Pam received her associate degree from COTC, Newark and was a former software engineer for AT&T. She was also a member of the Pioneer Club (AT&T). Pam was a former member of Christian Endeavor U.M. Church. She also found spiritual meaning for her life at Vineyard Church of Licking County. Those who knew Pam recognized her talent as a "crafter". She expressed her love for crafting in such activities as scrap booking and card design, which she did for pleasure and professionally. Pam had no children of her own, but she invested in the lives of many children by teaching them about friendship, compassion, and ministering to others by making and giving personally crafted cards and gifts. Pam was a compassionate, loving, and devoted friend to many and will be sorely missed by all.
Pam is survived by her father James F. Moore, mother-in-law Marie (Hall) Kerns, feline "sons" Peter and Pumpkin, and many friends including Janene Addonizio, Janelle Arden, Ginny Blake, Rick Cramer, Dee Hayward, Liz Henry, Peach Hulse, and Mary Schillo.
In addition to her mother, Alberta, her husband Steven and sister Paula Marie preceded Pam in death.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Licking County Coalition for Housing, P.O. Box 613, 23 S. Park Place Suite 200, Newark, Ohio 43058.
The Brucker-Kishler Funeral Home, 985 N. 21st Street, Newark is in charge of arrangements.
Pam's family requests on-line condolences via www.brucker-kishlerfuneralhome.com by clicking obituaries/guest book entry.
Published in the Advocate on June 9, 2012