Pamela Sue Faeh (nee Pickering, Grahl) at the age of 63 found victory in Jesus’s arms on April 14, 2021. Pam was born January 6, 1958 and raised in Eden. Wife and best friend of Gerald Faeh. Daughter of Philip and Sigrid Grahl (Gerber). Sister of Ingrid Grahl, John (Tammi) Grahl, and Wayne Grahl. Loving mother to Scott (Lovey) Pickering, Jason (Laurie) Pickering, Jo Anna (Dale) Butzke, Steven (Ashly) Pickering, Jeremy (Kristi) Pickering. Step mother to John Faeh, Joseph (Cheryl) Faeh, Terri Burns, Paul Faeh, Christopher (Rachael) Faeh. Thank you for all the blessings in my life.
Loving Grandma to Riley, Brielle, Isla, Chase, David-Wyatt, Gavin, Garrett, Alaina, Ethan, Izabella, Angel, Liam, Maxwell, and Natalie Pickering. Elizabeth, Izaiah, and Eli Butzke. Katie, Kevin, Zach, Heather, Kaleigh, Grace, Gabrielle, Wilson, Graham, Eliza, Matthew, Hannah, Joshua, and Alexandria Faeh, Harrison and Jack Burns. Great grandchildren, Aunt to many nieces and nephews. Thank you, Jesus, for all these extra blessings in my life.
Preceded in death by her Omas and Opas, Angel Pickering (grandson), Kaleigh Faeh (granddaughter), and Wayne Grahl (brother).
Family was everything to Pam. She lived for her family, especially her grandbabies. Spoiling her grandkids was a priority in her life. She was a fierce mama bear that was a force to be reckoned with. Pam was the most selfless person you could meet. She was always the most welcoming and generous hostess. Everyone who came was welcomed as family, not as a visitor. She worked as a nurse’s aide, LPN, worked with developmentally disabled persons, became a guardian to help and guide the handicapped. She used her RN degree to work in hospice. Hospice nursing was a calling she truly loved. She was broken-hearted when her battle with cancer forced her to discontinue her mission of helping others in hospice.
Thank you to Generations Hospice Service for their tender loving care and support, all the physicians, and nurses, and co-workers.
To all my family and friends, “Thank you for all your prayers. I appreciate you and will be waiting for you. I love you all dearly. Live your life, pray, and we will see each other soon!”
“When I say go, you got to go people!”
SERVICES: Pam’s family will greet relatives and friends at Spirit of Life Christian Church, 240 N. National Ave., Fond du Lac on Saturday, April 17th from 9:00 to 10:45 a.m. A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Pam will be laid to rest in Empire Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the This Time Tomorrow Foundation at
Online condolences can be shared at www.zacherlfuneralhome.com.