Massachusetts Midwives Alliance

Pam Campbell, CPM

CPM - Certified Professional Midwife
CNM - Certified Nurse-Midwife
MMA-DEM - MMA Direct-Entry Midwife
PMUS - Primary Midwife Under Supervision

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Pam was a wonderful midwife who contributed greatly to the Massachusetts Midwives Alliance community. She will be greatly missed.

About Pam

Pamela M. (Hart) Campbell, 58, of Milford, passed away peacefully surrounded by family and welcomed into the presence of her Heavenly Father on Wednesday November 25, 2015 after a hard fought illness. She was the beloved wife of Richard Campbell. Pam was born in Watertown, MA, she was preceded in death by her parents, Anthony D. Gorgoglione Sr. in 1990 and her mother Marie V. (Snyder) Gorgoglione in 2012. She graduated from Medway High School class of 1975, then she served in the U.S. Army. Pam was a devoted wife, mother, and friend. She demonstrated this throughout her life always putting everyone else first. Pam had an open door no matter her circumstances; she never turned away a visitor and made everyone feel welcomed. Many, if not thousands of people have a personal story of a positive impact she has had on their life. She fed and clothed those around her who were in need. Pam always made it very clear throughout the years that she was there for us, her family and friends, even more so in this last year. She homeschooled all six of her children, and having a big family was one of the greatest blessings and joys in her life. Pam had been a resident of Medway before moving to Milford 30 years ago. Pam chose a profession as a midwife for over thirty years throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island and found immense joy and importance in this career. Her most cherished moments were those spent with her family and friends, and all of the babies she helped into this world.. She was a long time member of the former True Light Christian Church of Milford and was presently a member of a local prayer group who meet in area homes. Pam is survived by her brother Anthony Gorgoglione Jr., her sister, Cynthia York, her husband Richard and their children: Jeffrey and his wife Mary, Jacob and his wife Solines, Josiah and his wife OMara, Benjamin and his wife Sonya, Hannah and her husband Jim Dunlap Jr. and her youngest son Ethan. She is also survived by six grandchildren; Shane, Macy, Declan, Liam, Liliana, and Cheyenne. Additionally, she will be greatly loved and missed by her many close friends.