Pam's Story

Pam Page Ethier passed away from pancreatic cancer on July 14, 2016. She was the first born of Hubert and Betty Page on August 14, 1958 being born and raised in East Millinocket.

Pam truly enjoyed the work she did as a CNA and home healthcare provider for most of her life. Her favorite pastime was going to Misquamicut Beach in Rhode Island during the time she lived in Connecticut, a place she loved living for many years.

She is survived by her beloved daughter, Shannon Robichaud and her husband Scott of Corinna, beloved step-sons John Ethier and wife Karen of Hampden, and Chris Ethier and his significant other, Tiffany Butler of Old Town; her beloved significant other of seven years, Michael A. Moore of Millinocket; sisters Robin Weymouth and husband Mark of East Millinocket, Dawn McIntyre and husband Bob of Lincoln and Jamie Nightingale of Millinocket; her step-grandchildren, Nick and Makayla Ethier of Hampden, Christopher Ethier of Yakuska, Japan and Michael Ethier of Old Town; step great granddaughter Allison May Grindle of Hampden; nephews Michael Giordano of Clinton, Connecticut, Ryan Porter and wife Angela of Milford and Craig McIntyre of Lincoln; nieces Gigi Taylor of Clinton, Connecticut, Rihana McGowan and husband Ryan of Standish, Ashley Ferguson and Misty Nightingale of Millinocket and Kristin McIntyre of Portland; special great nephews Brayden Porter of Milford and Atticus McGowan of Standish; special great niece Aria Porter of Milford, very dear friends Kitty Higgins, Laurie York and Cathy Lufkin of East Millinocket, Sandy Deschaine of Pattagumpus, Rachael Keating of Westbrook, Connecticut, Pat Welch of East Hampton, Connecticut, Kathy Reardon of Rangeley and her beloved dog Bella.

She was predeceased by her parents and her former husband, Michael Ethier.

Pam would like to give a special thank you to Miki McDonald, FNP and Jen Booker of St. Joseph's Healthcare for their wonderful loving care over the years and to the doctors and staff at Millinocket Regional Hospital and Eastern Maine Medical Center for their care during the course of her illness.

At Pam's request there will be no memorial service in her memory.
Published in Bangor Daily News
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