Palmeta Jean "Pam" Baier

Palmeta Jean "Pam" Baier


Palmeta Jean "Pam" Baier, 95, of Kirksville, Missouri, passed away Saturday, July 1, 2017 at Twin Pines Adult Care Center in Kirksville.

Pam was born November 17, 1921 in Novinger, Missouri, the daughter of the late Charles and Christina (Ioriatti) Formento. On August 28, 1958 in Chicago, IL, Pam was united in marriage to Richard Dennis Baier who preceded her in death on August 20, 2012.

Pam is survived by one daughter Carol Baier of San Diego, CA; her cousin Louise Hermanson of CO; two nieces and three nephews.

Pam resided in Chicago until returning to Adair County in 1978. While residing in Chicago Pam was employed many years with Sears.

Pam was a member of Mary Immaculate Catholic Church where she was active in several charity organizations, as well as the Adair County Humane Society. She will be remembered for being the best cook of the family.

Mass of Christian burial will be held 11:00 a.m. Thursday, July 6, 2017 at Mary Immaculate Catholic Church in Kirksville, with Father Colin Franklin presiding. Interment will follow Mass at the Novinger Cemetery in Novinger, MO.

Pallbearers will be members of Mary Immaculate Catholic Church.

Expressions of sympathy in memory of Pam Baier may be made to the Adair County Humane Society. Memorials may be left at or mailed to Travis-Noe Funeral Home, P.O. Box 306, Kirksville, MO 63501.

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Signed by: Sheila McCartney on July 4, 2017

Sorry to hear of Pam's passing. Didn't get to see her much after she left 2 South.

Signed by: bob1951 on July 6, 2017

I fondly remember first meeting Aunt Pam when I was a little boy. My uncle a long time bachelor was bringing his fiance by to meet our family. I was excited because my mother said she was going to be my aunt and I had never had an aunt before. She walked in the door and I recall thinking how pretty she was with her beautful smile and this stunning jet black hair. I was finally going to have an aunt. She was so sweet to me that first meeting and has always been since. I would call Aunt Pam in her later years and she would always ask about my family and what was going on in my life. I will miss you Aunt Pam.

Signed by: Toni51 on July 20, 2017

This lovely woman became my Aunt when I married her nephew Bob. She instantly took an interest in me and we shared a love of cats and cozy mysteries. She would often pass on the last one she read. I still have her original copy of Spoon Corn Bread and my family enjoys at each holiday and whenever else one of us makes it. She was always caring and never failed to send a note in the Christmas card asking about our family. She will be missed greatly.

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