Pamela “Pam” Lynn Naugle passed away peacefully in her sleep on January 10 th , 2023, at the age of 75.
Pam was born in Reading, PA, to the late Virginia and Edward Goodwill. Pam is survived by her beloved
husband of 56 years, Richard Naugle, Jr., son and daughter-in-law, Christopher and Lori, grandsons,
Jackson and Clayton, sister, Donna (Goodwill) Cahill, brother-in-law, Rick Cahill, and niece, Catherine
Cahill. She was a dear sister-in-law of Rachelle (Naugle) and Chip Smith, aunt of Julie and LeAnn; dear
sister-in-law of Randy and Linda Naugle, and aunt of Jessica and Jeffrey. Pam has lifelong friends who
will also miss her dearly.
Pam was known for her outgoing, fun loving personality, and love of all animals. She was passionate
about dogs, and provided a warm and loving home to many rescue dogs over the years. The birds and
squirrels in the neighborhood always found a bounty in her backyard. Pam was also an avid gardener
and enjoyed creating gardens that provided soothing shade in the summertime and beautiful flowering
plants throughout the seasons. Her yard was her sanctuary.
Pam enjoyed the changing of the seasons and all holidays. Her house was always decked out for Easter,
July 4 th , Halloween, and Thanksgiving. Decorating for the Christmas season was her favorite. She often
had a theme for each room in the house…angels, reindeer, Santas, snowmen. The spirit of the season
was always prevalent creating warmth and fun for family and friends. Her decorating complemented her
fun and festive personality. Always the consummate host, her friends and family will miss her delicious
meals, mixology skills, dance parties, and ever present scented candles. Nicknames reflecting her
personality included Pammie, Pammie Whammie, Grammie Pammie and Grammie P.
In her youth, Pam was a talented dancer, played the clarinet, and enjoyed going on walks with her
grandfather. She was always known for her sense of style and fashion. She held various jobs throughout
her life including loan officer, dance teacher, fitness instructor, and she loved her time working at a
garden and tree nursery.
Throughout her 56 years of marriage to Rick, they lived and built their lives together in several places
including Germany while Rick was in the Army. They eventually settled in St. Louis, MO, for 30 years
prior to retiring in Easley, SC. They enjoyed many memorable trips with friends (WaWaWa), going to see
live music, their shared love of dogs, and following the Atlanta Braves. She was a devoted caregiver to
A small private family celebration of life will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations in Pam’s honor can be
made to the Pickens County Humane Society https://www.pchumanesociety.org/ or the Missouri/St.
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