Obituary: Pam Fremon

Boston fan Pam Fremon died on November 7. Fremon served as chair of Boskone twice, in 2002 and 2006, and also served several terms as Clerk of NESFA. In 1990, she was selected as a Fellow of NESFA. Fremon was in charge of signage for Noreascon 4 in 2005. She helped compile the Silverlock Companion, which was included in NESFA Press’s 2004 edition of John Myers Myers’s novel.

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  1. Colleen — November 12, 2012 @ 8:25 pm

    I knew Pam through another fandom and she was a wonderful, warm person. She was always the one to welcome someone new, the one to do the work that needed to be done, and the one to intervene when needed and keep the peace. She was talented, kind, funny, and creative. I am sorry she is gone and I know fandom will not be the same without her there. I only hope she knew how much I and others valued her as a friend, even if we never met in real life.

  2. Mickey — November 14, 2012 @ 11:41 am

    Pam, you did so much for our fandom. You made everyone feel welcome and devoted countless hours to our little community. We already miss you terribly. You may be gone, but your wonderful stories will live on. Rest in peace, friend.

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