Lakewood, Ohio

Oct 11, 1954 – Feb 11, 2020 (Age 65)


October 11, 1954
February 11, 2020
Lakewood, Ohio


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born October 11, 1954 passed away February 11, 2020. Daughter of the late Leopold and Floramae Wetula; sister of Barry (Deceased), Barbara Wetula (Stefan Kopka), Frances Missig (Anthony), and Leopold; aunt of Anthony Wetula and Katherine and Matthew Missig; niece of Elizabeth Wetula; cousin and friend of many. Pam was passionate about the arts and enjoyed performing and teaching music and theater. FUNERAL MASS TUESDAY, FEB. 18, 2020 AT 10 A.M. AT ST. JAMES CHURCH, 17514 DETROIT AVE. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Donations in lieu of flowers will be used for Arts education in Pam's name. FRIENDS RECEIVED AT THE ZEIS - McGREEVEY FUNERAL HOME, 16105 DETROIT AVE. FROM 2-4 AND 6-8 P.M. MONDAY.

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to Pam's loved ones, I am so sorry for your loss. I knew Pam through the Saved Lakewood Hospital group, and she brought so much energy,passion, she was really fun. We are all blessed to have know this sparkling spirit; she gave so much to Lakewood. Pam, rest in peace, see ya on the other side. Lana

Leo, Barb and Fran: I am so sorry to hear of Pam's passing. My prayers are with you and the family. I just found out today. I've been thinking about her and wondering what she was up to and neglected to give her a call when my inkling nudged me. I will miss our sisterly, boisterous chatter that made people think we were irreverent twins. May she, my friend, rest in peace.
Carol Mason

Rest in peace, Pam.

I am so saddened to hear of Pam's passing. I met her through the Lakewood hospital mission. What a great person!! So sorry! My thoughts and prayers to all the family and those who knew her.

Pam was a close personal friend, business colleague, and overall wonderful person. She will be deeply missed. I met her in 1998 when she first joined IRN. She quickly became an integral part of our Leadership Team. As an Area Director, she started and lead many Cleveland area Chapters. Pam retired from IRN in 2012, but she always kept a watchful eye on the many members she helped to develop. Very special prayers to her family.

I was so sad to see this, I had worked with Pam over the years through different banks and lenders our paths would cross, she was a great loan officer to work with. She was too young to be gone so soon.

As a member of the Rocky River playreaders group, I always appreciated Pam's contributions to the group, her unflagging optimism, her devotion to the arts, and her pleasant demeanor.. . .She will be sorely missed by all who knew her.

I LOVED working with Pam during our time together at Amerifirst. She was an incredibly special woman with a kind heart. My condolences.

I knew Pam from being an IRN member. She was always looking to help others, and will be missed.