Pamela Ann Black, age 68, was a loving, dedicated Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Daughter, and Friend. She was born in Hartford, CT on November 16, 1950. After a long courageous battle, she passed away on September 29, 2019, with her husband and family by her side. \r\nPamela graduated from Maine School of Practical Nursing in 1971 and worked as a nurse until she was married in 1974. Pamela then moved on to what would become her favorite job, being a devoted Mother to her two children. Throughout the years, she also worked with her husband, helping him in his various companies. Pamela will be remembered by all who knew her as someone who was always thinking of others. Her generosity knew no bounds and her kindness touched everyone. \r\nShe loved cooking and baking and was always a wonderful entertainer. She loved to travel, with San Francisco, Las Vegas and Disneyworld being some of her favorite places. She was so happy to be able to bring her Grandkids to Disney a few years ago to have them experience what she loved. She was obsessed with her Grandkids and spoiled them at every moment. Her impact on her family and friends will live on forever. \r\nPamela is survived by her loving husband of 45 years, Frederick Black; her daughter, Jennifer (Brian) Soczka of Plainfield, IL; her son, Frederick A. Black of San Francisco, CA; her grandchildren, Alexander and Abigail Soczka; her mother, Gladys Toce; sisters, Cheryl (Eric) Heu, Allison (Brian) Keyte; and her Brother, TJ Toce. Pamela was preceded in death by her father, Anthony Toce.\r\nA Memorial Service will be held Saturday, October 5, 2019, at Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm Street, Waterville, ME beginning with visitation from 1-3pm, followed by a prayer service at 3:00pm.