Pam has been with Jones Obenchain since 1989, working her first 11 years with the firm as a paralegal. She assumed the position as office administrator in January of 2001 and has enjoyed wearing the many hats of the manager of a medium sized law firm.
Pam shares the firm’s belief in giving back to the community and has worked to arrange and maintain the firm’s efforts with Habitat for Humanity, the Adopt-A-Family program at Catholic Charities, participating in the Lee National Denim Day and in the Indiana Attorney General’s March Against Hunger, which benefits the Food Bank of Northern Indiana, to highlight just a few.
Pam is a member of St. Dominic Catholic Church where she is a cantor, lector and member of the Parrish Life Committee. Pam is also a member of the Area 2 Agency on Aging Advisory Counsel for Real Services of Northern Indiana. An active member of Psi Iota Xi, a national philanthropic sorority. Pam serves as an officer in her local chapter as well as a member of the Indiana State Board. Pam was selected the National Psi Ote of the Year in 2010 and co-authored a children’s book about the sorority with several fellow chapter members. When not filling her role at the firm, Pam can be seen filling roles of a different kind on stage at South Bend Civic Theatre and The Round Barn Theatre at Amish Acres in Nappanee.
Originally from western Pennsylvania, Pam now resides in Bremen, Indiana with her husband of 36 years Tony. Pam and Tony have four children and seven grandchildren.