Pamela L. (Crossley) Levangie 71, passed away February 11, 2021 at GSMC in Brockton, MA after many years of fighting chronic MS.
She was the loving wife of Stephen P. Levangie for 48 years and mother of Rachael L. Crimmins of Hanover, MA and Benjamin P. Levangie and his wife Melissa of Wexford, PA. She also was the grandmother of Brendan T. and Jessica L. Crimmins of Hanover, MA and Blake E. and Ava L. Levangie of Wexford, PA.
Pam graduated from Bridgewater State College in 1972 Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Secondary Education with two majors, History & Sociology. Later she attended Massasoit Community College and earned an Associate’s Degree in early childhood education and became certified to teach at Hanover Preschool. Prior to teaching she worked for the Foxboro Co. as an expeditor and communicated with associates all around the world.
Pam was a Sunday school teacher at the WUMC for years and also was a Scout Leader for Girl Scouts and Campfire Kids. She was instrumental in making sure both Rachael & Ben got a top-notch education at Sacred Heart of Kingston and never complained about the multiple long roundtrips for attendance. She also helped out with special events there including Bingo and Class Days. She also was a member and former Secretary of the Whitman Republican Town Committee.
Pam also enjoyed all Boston sports: watching the Bruins, Patriots, Red Sox and to a lesser degree the Celtics. However, one game she attended the players greeted the lines of ticketholders and the handicapped line she was in had Paul Pierce, a Celtic she loved and she looked up and said “you’re Paul Pierce” and he said yup and smiled and then she gave him a compliment. She also loved to watch Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy and often had the answers before the contestants.
Family and friends are welcome to attend graveside services on Tuesday February 16 at 8:00 AM in the Colebrook Cemetery, Essex Street, Whitman.
Memorial donations may be made to The National MS Society at secure.nationalmssociety.org or the Whitman United Methodist Church, 503 South Ave. Whitman, MA 02382.
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