In Memory

Pamela A Schuler (Ledebuhr)

Pamela A Schuler (Ledebuhr)

Pamela A. Ledebuhr, 67, died Saturday, December 18, 2010 in Regency of the Lake.

She was born March 17, 1943 to Peter and Kathleen Schuler. She married Robert L. Ledebuhr on June 21, 1975 in Lakeshore Presbyterian Church. He died October 15, 1978.

Pam was a graduate of Port Huron High School in 1961 and of Michigan State University earning both her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts Degrees. She taught 1st and 2nd grade for 43 years, retiring from Woodrow Wilson Elementary in 2008. She enjoyed traveling.

She is survived by her son, Jonathan P. Ledebuhr of Port Huron; mother, Kathleen W. Schuler of Port Huron and cousins, Janet Murphy, Barb Enlow and Joyce Flint.

She was also preceded in death by her father, Peter Schuler.

Funeral services will be 11 am. Tuesday at Lakeshore Presbyterian Church. Dr. William P. Wingrove will officiate. Burial in the Evangelical Cemetery in Mussey Twp.

Memorials may be made to Lakeshore Presbyterian Church.



 
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12/21/10 02:34 PM #1    

Rebecca A Herber

I first met Pam when her mother brought her to our class to visit.  Mrs Schuler was our 4th grade teacher and she visited us a few times that year.  She was a quiet and very likeable person.  I am sure she will be missed.

Rebecca Herber


12/30/10 06:49 PM #2    

Anne C Hastings (Baker)

Pam was a co-worker and fellow teacher of mine on many training and other projects for the Port Huron Area School District.  She was well known for her work in Language Arts, especially in Reading and she set up innovative programs for our District and Woodrow Wilson School.  I liked Pam very much and found her willing to help in many areas to improve education in our District.  For the many years I negotiated teacher contracts, Pam was a great source of elementary issues.  Her personality was that of a kind and understanding person, and she worked to improve education, but especially with underpriviledged children.  She will be missed!!       Anne Baker 


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