Author of Promises of the Constitution
Pamela found her passion for the Constitution and developed a yearning for the politics of good, moral government serving as an elected delegate from Nebraska to President Carter’s 1980 White House Conference on Families. She saw then, with fascination, how political forces can distort procedures and policies so they appear to represent the will of the American people. It became obvious to Pamela that powerful forces for both good and evil operate in the hearts of those who lead.
Pamela has a bachelor’s degree in education and has taught in public schools at the elementary and high school level as well as in special education. After retiring Pamela devoted her time and efforts to teaching the Constitution. She loves to teach and believes when one teaches truth both the teacher and the listener are improved. Pamela is an author and public speaker which greatly enjoys as both, she says, are simply alternate forms of the teaching and enlightenment process. Pamela’s love of country, family, and life itself led her to write the book Promises of the Constitution which has been adopted by HomeMakers for America as a core book and resource in their Cottage Meeting Program.
Pamela is the wife of a retired Air Force officer, mother of eight children and grandmother of 29—all of whom fill her life with love and infuse her with hope for the future of our country.