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Pamela Sue Schubert

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Pamela Sue Schubert Obituary
Schubert, Pamela Sue

Pamela (Pam) Schubert, 56, was released from her tenacious fight with cancer on August 15, 2017. Born June 23, 1961, in Denver, CO, she was beloved by so many people in her too short stay on this earth.

She is dearly missed by her husband William "Bill" Schubert, her children Alisha Cloutier and Chelsea Everard, her father and stepmother Larry and Julie Cleavenger, her sisters and brothers Laurie (Keith) Nylund, Dave (Jeanne) Cleavenger, Dan (Jen) Cleavenger, Jill (Sean) Hermans, Christin (Don) Nowinski, Cathy Mettner, Casi (Matt) Schubert-Rynish and Sheena Schubert, her seven grandchildren, her great-grandson, her many nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, Bill's parents and siblings as well as her very special friends Lisa and Dave Oettinger, Peggy and Jim Weihbrecht, Lori and Luther Swenson, Beth Metsa, and Melissa Smith. She was preceded in death by her mother Jerry Reilly, her stepfather Timothy Reilly and her granddaughter Irelynde Everard.

Pam graduated from East High School in 1979, and remained close with many of her classmates throughout her years living both in Green Bay and Texas. She very much enjoyed her work at Villa Hope, though it was truly a labor of love and not just a job to her. Even with late stage cancer, she continued to work up through the last weeks of her life, assisted by the compassion of her boss Molly, who supported and inspired Pam throughout her illness.

We know that Pam would give special thanks to Dr. Uyar at Froedtert Hospital and the 1st floor staff at Aurora Baycare Medical Center, with an extra big hug for Michael. She would also express great appreciation to Dr. Oladeji, whose infinite wisdom and compassion guided Pam and Bill in a difficult time.

Giving generously of her time and talents was something Pam was known for and not limited to just her family and close friends. She touched untold lives with the love and compassion she showed for homeless shelter guests with Home Sweet Home, the Ascension Lutheran Church ministry that she and her husband Bill, with others, started in 2008. Volunteering with others at Ascension through the Boys and Girls Club was another calling close to her heart, where she spent many hours preparing and providing mouthwatering meals for the members, their families and the staff. Amazingly, Pam also found time to be a tireless resource for her church family, providing a vast array of "concierge" services to all the members of the Ascension Lutheran Church, the second home she truly cherished.

With an uncommon artistic flair, Pam was sought after for her ability to add beauty to things both small and large, whether it was in the care she took in wrapping a gift, in setting a table, or in decorating a room. A stellar cook, a meal from Pam was a delight for both the mind and the body.

While gifted in a multitude of ways, it is most likely her infectious laugh that we will all best remember her by, and we will smile when we recall it.

The funeral service will be held at Ascension Lutheran Church in Green Bay on Saturday, August 19, 2017. Visitation will be from 9 to 11:45 am. The service will begin at noon, followed by a light lunch and time of fellowship. The internment service will take place at Woodlawn Cemetery on Monday, August 21, 2017, at 9 am. In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, please consider a donation in Pam's memory to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance at or by giving to the Home Sweet Home Ministry at Ascension Lutheran Church.
Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette from Aug. 16 to Aug. 18, 2017
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