To Pam Escher Family Friends and Mercy Family,
She will be greatly missed. She was a great nurse and a friend. She will always be with us in our hearts, memories, spirits, and thoughts. May She rest peace. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
Regina we are so sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. We are praying for God to comfort you during this time.
Thoughts and prayers to all. Pam was a wonderful person.
Dear Escher Family,
My condolences to you on your loss of Pam. I too knew her from work at Mercy. I brought many patients to her from the ER. She was always sincere and respectful of the patients she took care of.
May your favorite memories bring you peace in your times of mourning. God Bless each of you.
Dear Escher Family, My condolences. I too know Pam from our Mercy days. Pam could make a day go better for her patients and co-workers with her words of wisdom and lively spirit. Her family was always her number one priority. Please know I will keep Pam and all of you in my good thoughts. I will do a good and anonymous deed in honor of Pam. Her memory will always be a blessing to you. Please take care of yourselves and each other. Peace and pause to you as you celebrate the life and love of Pam.
Dear Escher family. I had the pleasure of working with Pam for many years in the ICU at Mercy when I'd make my PT rounds and also recently as a patient. Pam was a spirited and competent nurse and a really special human being with a heart of gold. May her memory live on. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
As a former chaplain in the ICU at Mercy, I could always count on Pam to keep me well informed of the pastoral needs of the patients and their loved ones. She understood the importance of wholistic patient care: you can't fully treat the body without also caring for a person's spirit.
I had the honor of taking care of Pam at Mercy. We shared lots of deep conversations about life and had an emotional connection that I will forever cherish. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
My deepest sympathy! I worked with Pam in ICU. Pam was a great nurse and patient advocate. We spent many hours together in ICU and when conversations were centered on her family her face lite up with delight and joy. She loved you all well and fully.
I will be praying with all of you on Monday.
I will continue to hold you and Pam in my prayers.
Sister Mary Colleen Schwarz
Colorado Springs, Colorado
I remember going to Pam's home when I was younger. I loved her caring, kind, gentle soul and screaming blue Gorvin eyes and smile. My love, Brenda Hain
I am so sorry for your loss. Pam's spirit lives on in each of you and her grandchildren. As former manager of the ICU at Mercy, I was fortunate to have Pam as a charge nurse. I knew she had the shift well in hand! May memories bring you comfort in this most difficult time.
Kim Meyerhoff Pattee