Pam Hoesing Is Honoring Her Husband's Legacy
Helping others has always been a part of John and Pam Hoesing's lives. Pam and her husband, Dr. John Hoesing, were together for 48 years when John passed away from cancer in 2009. John spent 38 of those years at Methodist as a physician while Pam was a substitute teacher for Omaha Public Schools.
Before they met, Pam grew up in a small town in Iowa and played basketball, which was rare for women at the time. John grew up in Omaha where he came from humble beginnings and worked hard his whole life. They met as students at Creighton, married and had three children: Keri, Kristen and J. J.
Throughout her lifetime, Pam has volunteered at numerous charities. As part of the Methodist community she has served as president of the Volunteers in Partnership, president of Methodist Richard Young Service Guild, manager of Methodist Richard Young's Gift Shop and currently serves on the Methodist Hospital Foundation Board of Directors. "I love contributing my time to causes I believe in," says Pam.
Since John and Pam have included Methodist Hospital Foundation in their estate plans, they are members of the Gifford Society and will continue to make a difference to others for years to come. Pam states, "I couldn't be happier about being a part of the Gifford Society. It's for the future and it's a way to leave a legacy."
Pam has continued to honor John's legacy by supporting the Surgery Renovation Project at Methodist Hospital. Through this meaningful gift, John will be recognized on the donor wall at Methodist Hospital, a place he loved and where he spent so many years of his life.
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