Pamela B. Poulter
Pamela B. Poulter was born 14th March 1926 in Eastbourne, Sussex England, the daughter of Florence and Frederick Parker. Pamela was educated privately at Beresford House Boarding School for Girls in Eastbourne. Upon graduation, Pamela was employed at Martins Bank, Eastbourne, and later she joined the management staff at the Hydro Hotel Eastbourne, remaining until her marriage to Douglas H. Poulter on 19th August 1950.
In 1952 Pamela and her husband immigrated to Canada, living in Toronto, Ontario and later to Montreal, Quebec. In June, 1964 Pamela and her family moved to the U.S. and settled in Lawrence, Kansas. They joined the Trinity Episcopal Church and became active members.
Pamela pursued her hobby as a weaver and was invited to join the group of artists at the Hand and Eye in the Casbah in Lawrence. Pamela was a member of the Weavers Guild, the Zodiac Club, past President of the Friends of Music, and a volunteer at the Public Library.
Pamela was preceded in death by her brother, Douglas Parker, Rhiwbina Wales and her sister, Sybil Hobden, Eastbourne. Survivors include her husband Douglas of Tomball, Texas, son Graham and his wife Carole of Cypress, Texas, daughter Gillian and partner Helen Terhorst of Alberta, Canada and granddaughters Pamela and Sara Poulter of Cypress, Texas.
Pamela will be cremated and her family will return her to England. A service is pending at St. Mary’s Church in Pevensey, Sussex. St. Mary’s Church is the first church built by Oliver Cromwell in 1076, and where Pamela attended for 24 years prior to her marriage.
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