Her earliest ambition was to be a mother: Pam loved having all her chickens in the nest. She meant both her children and all their friends: she mothered them all, even taking them on vacations to Sea Isle, listening and giving advise and doling out mountains of love.rn Learning was a never ending process for Pam. She read the Bible through 8 times and was never without a book in hand. American History peaked her interest, probably due to her roots: she was a descendent of both Apache Indians and Italian Immigrants. She believed in the American Dream and our unlimited opportunities.rn She took a slew of business courses and partnered with her late husband, Frank, in a newspaper delivery business in Haverford, Pa. Pam took care of all the finances. She is survived a daughter, Erin Penot and her husband Johnny; a granddaughter and playmate, Adalynn Penot; a sister, Donna Orio; a brother, Glenn Tuccillo; a special nephew, Victor Tuccillo; and many nieces and nephews. Pre-deceased by her son, Frank (Foges)rn Come celebrate 64 giving years Saturday from 11AM at the First Presbyterian Church, 10 W. Maple Ave., Merchantville, NJ where the service will be at Noon.rn Donations in memory of Pam can be made to the Frank Cahill Mem’l Scholarship Fund c/o Fulton Bank, 22 Village Center Dr, Logan Twp., NJ 08085.