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August 2, 2020 - 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Dear Friends in Christ:

Matthew 25—The Judgement of the Nations…was the Gospel I chose this past week for the funeral Mass for my dear friend Pamela McCue. Pam has been a good friend to me since my first assignment in Glastonbury. Pam was the owner and operator of The Gallery, a banquet facility located in downtown Glastonbury. She bought the place from Gordie Howe for you old Hartford Whalers fans. It was the place to go for any type of group gathering such as wedding receptions, retirement parties, civic organization events, after funeral receptions, and any other special occasion.

You see Pam fed people ALL the time. She cared for others in a special way. Everyone who came to her to plan a special occasion knew that they need not worry about any of the details for Pam was on top of it all. She was the unsung hero of Glastonbury. A joy-filled individual who loved to make special moments memorable for others and slide into the background and disappear. She hated to be the center of attention in any way, shape, or form. She was a humble woman who made the lives of others all the better.