On Friday, February 26, 2021 Pam Moulton left this earth to be with her Lord and Savior.

Pam was a brilliant, dedicated, and compassionate educator who devoted 32 years of faithful service at Robert E. Lee High School and Booker T. Washington Magnet School. A National Board Certified and award-winning teacher, she enriched the lives of countless students who passed through her classroom. Her remarkable career was lauded when she was inducted into the R.E. Lee Hall of Fame in 2010. Even after retirement, her educator's flame could not be extinguished, as she served as a Docent at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, including earning the Wayne Barto Memorial Award.

Lee HS was also where she met her wonderful husband and best friend, James R. Bozeman. They shared over 38 joyful years together, enjoying traveling, the Symphony, the Theater, Auburn sports, and the Beach. Most importantly, they enjoyed the blessing of each other's company, as well as a host of true and loyal friends.

Pam is preceded in death by her Granddaughter Bailee. She is survived by her family, devastated by her loss but eternally grateful for her unconditional and boundless love, comfort, and example: Her husband James. Her sons Chris (Bi), Greg (Angela), Scott (Coleen) and Sean. Her daughter Serena Vachon (Rick) and step-daughter Anna-Carrie O'Mary (Buddy). Her Grandchildren Aaron, Caitlin, Jordyn, Davis, Heather, Max, Joshua, Sarah, Samuel, Hannah, Benjamin, Shayla, Andrew, and Michael Patrick. And her Great Granddaughters Gabby, Addy and Aria.

The family would like to thank the staff at the Jackson Hospital McGough Oncology Center and the staff at the Ivy Creek Hospital Hospice-Elmore Community Hospital for their compassionate support and care, and the Pastoral staff from St. Bede Catholic Church for their concern and attention on Pam's behalf.

Due to the ongoing pandemic there will be no Memorial Service at this time; however the family plans to hold a memorial service at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please consider making donations to any of the following organizations, all of which she loved and served: the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, St. Bede the Venerable Catholic Church, the Montgomery Humane Society, and Catholic Charities USA

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