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949 Main St
P.O. Box 363
Waldoboro, ME 04572
Phone: 207-832-5541 / 1-855-826-HALL (4255)
Fax: 207-832-6346
Pamela Goguen

Pamela Susan Goguen

Sunday, April 17th, 1955 - Monday, August 26th, 2019
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Pamela Susan Goguen, 64, of Colorado, passed away unexpectedly on August 26, 2019 at her mother’s home in Nobleboro. She was born on April 17, 1955 to Richard P. Goguen and Catherine P. (Genthner) Scudder in Brookline, Massachusetts. Pam attended Beatty Elementary School, in Buena Park, CA, Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton, CA and the University of Santa Barbara in Santa Barbara, CA and graduate school at the University of Colorado in Denver, CO, as well as the International University in Evian, France.

Pam was an architect/interior designer and was currently employed as an Ed Tech at the South Bristol School. She was devoted to the children and personnel and was excited about the new year. Although Pam was brought up in California, lived in Colorado, Maine was her special place and was in the process of changing residency.

She enjoyed art, gardening, skiing and kayaking. She was an avid environmentalist. She won many awards throughout her career including outstanding designer of the year from Slifer Designs in Aspen, Colorado. She also did the design work for the popular restaurants, called The Chophouse around the country, including Denver.

Pam is predeceased by her father, Richard Goguen, her step-father Rowlett Scudder, and her brother Peter Goguen, She was also predeceased by Dr. Norman Goguen of Lynnfield, MA and grandmother, Mildred Genthner of Nobleboro, Maine.

She is survived by her mother “Patty" Genthner Scudder of Nobleboro and California, sister Paula Jean Meany and her husband Patrick of Lewis, CO, sister Nancy Lynn Hughes and husband Bill, of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, niece Mackenzie Meany of Costa Mesa, CA, nephew Ryan Meany and wife Stephanie and great niece, Olivia of Colorado Springs, CO, her aunt Jean Goguen and family of Lynnfield, MA. She is also survived by her lifelong best friends, Dee Anne Brock, Annie Parsons, and Michelle Heilpern all of California, as well as her constant companion of 12 years Yo Yo, her Havanese devoted pet. She will be sadly missed. She never forgot a birthday or anyone’s special event.

Services will be announced at a later date when her family and friends in so many states can gather as one.

Donations may be made in Pam’s name to Mid Coast Humane, 190 Pleasant Street, Brunswick, ME 04011 (part of the Edgecomb Animal Shelter).

Hall’s of Waldoboro has care of the arrangements. For online condolences visit
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Posted at 07:41pm
I'm heartbroken to hear my dear friend Pammy is gone. This is a huge shock. I was exchanging photos and texts with her in August. She was so special, never forgot a birthday, loved to send my family little treats in mail. I so many happy memories of working, skiing and enjoying Colorado with her. Sending condolences to your family.

Jeff Carr

Posted at 01:58pm
'Just hearing of this sad news this morning. I'm stunned. ----- I met Pam in about 1965 shortly after my family moved to Buena Park. She and I, along with a few others in the neighborhood shared some great time together--being kids. Time that I still look back on as some of the best years of my life. As things go, we'd see less and less of each other over time after high school. We reconnected about 18 years ago--and I was so happy to see my beautiful friend again. We visited together a few times since then, and we often talked on the phone and exchanged texts---discussing and arguing about this and that---and sometimes reminiscing about the Buena Park days. She'd jokingly call me her 5th grade boyfriend. Her birthday and mine were just days apart--and we'd always remember each others birthday, and sometimes she'd surprise me with a special birthday gift. I love Pam dearly and will miss her always. My thoughts and sincere condolences to all her family and friends.

Nancy Hughes Posted at 12:31pm

Thanks Jeff. Your words and memories with Pam are so comforting. I'm so happy you reconnected with her and you have your own special memories. We are still stunned and heartbroken beyond, but this is where we all need to have faith and trust in God and know that we will all be together again in Jesus' name. Thank you for loving Pam. We all love her so much. She's with God now. She's at peace.

patty scudder Posted at 01:10pm

Thank you, Jeff. How often I have heard your name and about your life. Only recently Pam shared her text with you. She was a bright, vivacious , girl always thinling of her friends and family. She had so much more to give which makes it so hard to understand. , We just have to remember that Earth is just part of our journey but to be left behind is so hard to understand. She was a daughter and sisiter and aunt and friend who will remain close to our hearts every day, every hour, every minute. Thank you or being her friend and our family*s. We love you. Mom

Barb Wald

Posted at 08:51pm
I just learned of this shocking loss today from Annie Teyber Parsons. Pam was funny, brilliant, feisty, creative, energetic and dedicated to her family. To this day I remember bits of a story she wrote in the Fifth grade for our teacher, Mr. Klarich, about an opera singer named Grapesely. The story was so good he had her read it to as many classes in our school that he could persuade to listen to it. She was so active and full of life during the times that I knew her--traits that served her well thoughout her life. The world is a bit dimmer knowing that she isn't out there living in it. My sincere condolences to Mrs. Scudder, Nancy, Paula and the rest of your families. I just can't believe I'm writing on her memory wall. That's supposed to happen in our 80's or 90's isn't it??

Nancy Hughes Posted at 12:45am

Thank you Barb. Sad but she’s with God now. He will take good care of her. She will be missed until we are together again.

John Walker

Posted at 05:58pm
For Pam-

I walk on a stony path, through these barren days
Dreaming of the right of return, I pray in vain
Girl that town we used to know, could never be the same
The people have changed, only memory remains.

And I remember the summer fields, we used to run
But now the world is turning, under a very different sun
The bonds have been broken, the promises undone
And heaven more distant, then when I was young.

Now the waves are still coming in,
where we watched them rise and fall
You said “a wave is a thing of beauty,”
but never guessed I’d still recall
I'm writing on the memory wall,
while the bells of mourning toll
On an Indian Summer's day....just so many left to go.

September 2019

Nancy Hughes Posted at 12:15pm

So beautiful. So sad. So heartbreaking.

patty scudder Posted at 01:14pm

That is so beautiful. Thank you for your love and care. Indian Summer really brings the cycle of life into focus. The leaves are all bright hues of all colors and glory but also reminding us that winter is coming.

Molly Manning

Posted at 08:52pm
I'm one of Pammie's many friends who knew her for 50+ years. I was lucky enough to be a part of her inner circle on many occasions over the years and will always treasure the talks we had, the places we explored and the adventures we shared.
We grew up during the era of peace and love, groovy clothes, and incredible music. Pammie embraced it all. It was finally acceptable for young women to use their college degrees toward rewarding careers and Pam couldn't wait to get started. She always had bigger aspirations than me so it was always a treat to check in with her over the years to see where her dreams had taken her.
I've often thought of her as a Pied Piper - her personality was so infectious - people were just drawn to her. She loved her friends deeply, and will leave a huge hole in many of our hearts.
It's still so hard to comprehend that she is forever physically gone, but I find comfort in knowing here presence lingers on in all of us...
Miss you, love you,

Molly Manning Posted at 09:05pm

"And the seasons - they go round and round, And the painted ponies go up and down. We're captive on a carousel of time. We can't return - we can only look behind from where we came, And go round and round and round in the circle game." The Circle Game by Joni Mitchell

Nancy Hughes Posted at 05:39pm

Thank you Molly for you loving words, and for loving my big sis. I wanted to be like her growing up and I tried but she had such giant shoes to fill and i just had to do my own thing. She was my hero. She was so cute, so smart, so popular. I was a shy redhead! I was envious. She sure was an exciting big sister. So heartbreaking. She was amazing. I miss her so bad. I love the Joni Mitchell song you posted. It will always make me think of her.

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