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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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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.

Judy Garber

Posted at 05:26pm
I was so sorry to hear this news, although I never met Pam, we shared family, which makes us automatic family! My prayers are with you all. Blessings, Judy Scudder Garber

Danny Lisch

Posted at 05:10pm
I would like to apologize to the family for taking so long to get this tribute out sooner. My problem is I am still in shock and confused over Pam's Passing. Maybe by writing this it will help make the pain go away.

I first met Pam in 1970 in our freshman year in high school. I was introduced to Pam by mutual friends and I knew at that first meeting this girl was special. I wasn't sure what it was about her I just knew that she could light up a room when she walked into it and you could not help but smile when you saw her.

In the summer between our freshman and sophomore years I was in the Highland Greens area with a friend and we ran into Pam and she invited us over to to meet her mother, sisters and brother. We were sitting around the front room and I am trying to be on my best behavior were talking and laughing then all of a sudden there is all this commotion in the room. The girls are running all around in a panic and I am being told I have to leave right now and I was being pushed towards the front door and as this is happening I am thinking to myself, is it something I said, and that I wasn't making a very good first impression. Once outside the house Pam explained to me that her step father Bob had come home and they thought he might not be ready to see a long hair hippie looking teenager in his house calling on his step daughter I don't think it would of mattered if i was the star high school quarterback, no one was good enough for the Goguen girls. I know there were a few more times when I went out one door when Bob came in another. After awhile I guess I won him over and we could be in the same room together.

Shortly there after Pam and I became high school sweethearts and since neither of us were old enough to drive yet we depended on our parents to drive us around and to each others house. I still remember sitting in Patti's station many times getting a ride home. Now that I think about it I don't recall ever getting a ride home from Bob, then again it was along time ago. Once we got our driver's license's that opened up a whole new world for us. I am not saying that we cut school and went to L.A. to explore and hit all the Goodwill stores looking for vintage clothing or anything like that.

Pam and I were both lovers of music and now that we could drive we went to a lot of concerts together and we saw just about everybody you could back then including the the original line up of the Rolling Stones in June of 1972. To this day there are certain songs that I will hear and it will trigger something and it takes me back to a place or time that reminds me of Pam. Pam and I had a very unique relationship. Pam was very popular at school and on the Cheer leading squad, and I was a long hair guy who loved to listen and play music with his friends. I am sure that some people thought that we made an odd couple but I cherished those days when we would walk through the quad area at school hand in hand.

As our senior year was was coming to a closing and Pam was going off to college. She wanted to go all out for our senior Prom and have matching outfits made. She picked out a burgundy satin material and had my jacket and her dress made and Pam added sequins to my tailed jacket and her dress. She looked Beautiful!

Once Pam went away to college we started to slowly drift apart. I went up to visit her a couple times and I saw her when she would come down to see her family. We both started dating other people but we still had our special bond and still do to this day. In the Fall of 1973 I went on the World Campus Afloat and traveled the world and returned 111 days later and Pam was at the Airport to welcome me home and pick me up. Not too long after that Pam went To France to further her studies in art. I must admit that my heart ached during this period but like all things time heals all wounds.

I truly believe that I am a better person today because I was able to navigate our teenage years with the person I loved the most. They say you never get over over your true first love.

"God looked around his garden and found and empty place
He then looked down to his earth and saw your face
He put his arms around you and lifted you up to rest
God's garden must be beautiful
He always takes the best"

May you rest in peace my darling Pam, I will never forget you and love you always

Danny Lisch

Nancy Hughes Posted at 05:30pm

Thank you, Danny for loving my sister. I have always thought about you over the years especially every time I heard Danny's Song by Loggins and Messina. Pam would tease me and say you two were going to have a son! Oh, I would get so excited. We use to love so much when you came over to see our big sis. So heartbreaking that she is gone but not forever. I will miss her terribly everyday until I see her again. She is with my brother, Peter now and resting in God's garden. I love your words. Thank you. Nancy

Dee Anne Brock

Posted at 02:23pm
My precious Sweet P, I never imagined my life without you. We had so many wacky and wonderful adventures. I could write a trilogy, maybe two. I remember you sitting across from me and next to Annie at our table in Betty Lancaster's French class, who bless her heart, I'm quite sure never made it to France, but we always raised a glass to her whenever we were together in Paris. We became inseparable our first year at UCSB when no one asked us out for over a year. We were a dynamic duo, partners in fun. When we finally did have boyfriends they were named Bob and Bob, who lived with Steve and Steve, who were our roommates and Anne's and Lori's boyfriends. Do you remember your birthday (April 17th) that we spent at Shaw's Cove in Laguna where we ate fresh strawberries (your favorites and they were special because at that time we could only get them when they were in season.) And the whales were so close that we could see their barnacles? It was a glorious sunny day for April. That was just the beginning of almost 50 years of memories. You used to say that you liked being my friend because I remembered your life better than you.

I can't say goodbye . . . maybe farewell. Dammit Janet! (You used to say that too). I told you that we had more memories to make! Who's going to help me go through my storage unit?! That was the deal. Who's going to tell us how much we owe at the end of our trips?! You really were a whiz at 5th-grade math. I do know that I will think of you every day as long as I am on this planet, and I will never be able to unmiss you. Je t'adore pour toujours, D

Lerin Posted at 09:24pm

Dee, such loveliness in your beautiful tribute ~ Thank you for sharing🙏

Nancy Hughes Posted at 05:12pm

Love you Dee for loving my sister. She really was my hero. I always wanted to be like her but there's only one Pammy. Thank you for bringing her sweetness to light.

Lerin Ramsay Winter

Posted at 12:36am
Ready to Rock and Roll at a Bon Jovi Concert in the late 1980’s🎶

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