Pam’s experience in the legal field spans almost two decades.  Pam is a retired probate specialist with 17 years of court experience, and she has been a paralegal for close to two years.  As a paralegal, Pam drafts correspondence, petitions, motions, orders and deeds for filing with the court.  In addition, she handles payroll for clients and staff, manages accounts payable and receivable, and assists the attorney in estate administration consultations.

After graduating from high school and attending King’s Business College in Raleigh, NC, Pam was immediately drawn to this area of law.  As a deputy clerk and now as a paralegal, she is prepared to assist families in getting through the difficult process of losing their loved ones and in planning for their future in estate planning.  It is through these experiences that Pam believes that she has been able to live her life’s purpose.

Pam’s greatest passion has been in family and genealogy.  She served as president of her family reunion for six years (2008-2014) and has served as the family’s Chief Historian for the past four years.  Pam wrote several reunion articles for her hometown newspaper and was a contributor to Reunions magazine.  Her most recent project has been in genealogy research and DNA to include a joint effort of a project entitled “Two Races, One Family:  The Intersection of DNA, Ancestry, and the History of Slavery in Granville County, NC”.  This project has been presented at the North Carolina Museum of History and twice at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum in Colonial Williamsburg.  Pam’s most recent engagement was keynote speaker for family reunion planners in Columbus, Ohio hosted by the Columbus Convention & Visitors Bureau.

A native of Granville County, NC, Pam has one daughter and three grandsons.