Pam S. Tuller, age 62, died peacefully June 27 with family by her side.
Pam S. Tuller, age 62, died peacefully June 27 with family by her side. She was born September 14, 1954 in Bath, N.Y. to Ruth and Edwin Bardeen. She graduated from Haverling Central School in 1973.
Pam was a lifelong resident of Bath. For a time she was a stay-at-home mom, raising her own children and babysitting several others. When she returned to work she worked as a Teacher’s Aide working in both the Bath and Corning- Painted Post school districts.
Pam was proud of the fact that she returned to school, graduating from Corning Community College and then continuing on to graduate from RIT/National Technical Institute for the Deaf. She worked as a sign language interpreter for GST BOCES servicing students in a variety of school districts. She loved her students and being an interpreter. She was eager to teach everyone the beauty of sign. She worked for GST BOCES until her retirement.
She was lifetime member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Bath where she served as a Sunday School teacher, a member of the Alter Guild and on the Vestry. For many years she was also a MaryKay consultant where she formed several friendships.
Pam was an avid baker and gardener. She loved to cook and have family gatherings. Upon retiring she loved to travel with her husband Chuck, family and friends. She was happiest at Yankee Stadium. She became a converted Buffalo Bills fan and season ticket holder. She enjoyed attending the games with family and friends.
She is survived by her loving husband Chuck, children Angela (Wes) Bauer, Erik (Jessica) Rooks and Rachel Thompkins. Grandchildren: Sarah, Olivia, Kendalll, Marcus, Brielle and Jaxson. Brother Mark (Jude) Bardeen, sister Deb Welty, niece Jessica Newland and “Second Son” Erik Sullivan, Mother-in-law Rena Tuller. Sister-in-law Patrica (Arthur) Quant, several cousins, great nieces and nephews, and countless friends and extended family.
Pam was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Her family was the center of her life. She was always there for anyone who needed her. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.
Services were held July 1, 2017 at St. Thomas Episcopal Church. Donations and memorials can be given in Pam’s name to St. Thomas Church.