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Pamela T (Calway) Godwin

February 26, 2019
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Pamela Theresa Calway Godwin died peacefully Tuesday morning, February 26, 2019 at home, surrounded by her loving family, at the age of 73. 

Daughter of the late Ralph and Alice (Cassidy) Calway of Holbrook MA, preceeded in death by her sister Emily A (Calway) Samson of Chicopee, MA, Ralph S Calway of Halifax, MA, Stuart W. Calway of Bangor, ME, Alice J (Calway) Griffin, of Santa Anna, California, treasured twin sister to Priscilla Evans & husband Bill of Wareham, Christina B (Calway) Landolfi & Richie of Stoughton, MA; beloved wife of 48 years to Donald Godwin; Adoring Mother to Pamela Weber & husband Marc of Raynham, Daniel Godwin & wife Kate of Hanson & Donna Grady.  Treasured Grandmother of many; Marc (Scooter) Weber of Whitman, Ryan Weber of Raynham, and Abby, Olivia & Isabelle Godwin of Hanson; Aunt, cousin and friend to many.

Pam was a vivacious, witty and fun loving person.  Her greatest treasure in life was her family.  Known as “Narnie” to her grandchildren, she loved to cook,  bake, scrapbook, and enjoy coffee & laughs with friends. 

Growing up in Holbrook, MA with her twin sister Priscilla & their 6 siblings, Pam graduated from Holbrook Highschool.

Her husband Don, was truly her best friend. They met and were married, raised their 3 children in Hanson, where they were active in the community for over 30 years.  Together, they ran Weownit  Restaurant in Pembroke MA; it was known for having “the best fishermen’s platter on the South Shore.”   Pam served as a CCD teacher at St. Joseph the Worker Church of Hanson and pursued her passion for home building through a career as a local real estate agent, retiring with Preferred Properties of Norwell.  In their recent years, Pam and Don enjoyed traveling across New England to Antique Car shows and walks on the beach on Cape Cod with their dog Max.  Pam will be remembered for her boundless energy and her Irish “gift of gab.”  She never met a friendly face she didn’t like and led her life devoted to family, spoiling her grandchildren, and spreading kindness and generosity.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Friends of the Hanson Public Library. Visiting Hours will be held from the Leighton-MacKinnon Funeral Home 4 West Washington St. (Corner Rte. 58) Hanson on Sunday March 3rd 2-5 PM with a prayer service at 5 PM. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. Burial will be at the Fern Hill Cemetery, High St., Hanson  Monday morning at 9:45 AM

 

 

 

 

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