Hulshizer—Pamela, 69 died peacefully at her home in Short Hills, NJ on August 18, 2013. She was comforted by her beloved son, Hunter. His expressions of love and gratitude provided her safe passage.
Daughter of Robert Cushing and Dorothy Hedges Cushing, sister to Cheryl Campbell and Candy Cushing. Pam attended Kent Place School and Connecticut College, class of 1966. She married Henry Hulshizer in 1971. Pam worked at both Citibank and American Express before devoting herself to the care of her family and community activities, most extensively a member of the Short Hills Garden Club where she served for many years as the Chairman of the Millburn-Short Hills Community Garden. She was also a life-long member of the Short Hills Club.
Pam is survived by her son, Hunter and Hank’s daughter, Lisa from his previous marriage and her daughters, Serena and Melissa. Pam and Hank’s daughter Brooke passed away in 1980.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to either The Millburn-Short Hills Community Garden (checks should be made out to Short Hills Garden Club sent to P.O. Box 182 Short Hills, NJ 07078- Pamela Hulshizer/Community Garden in the memo line). Or the Millburn-Short Hills Volunteer First Aid Squad (checks made payable to MSHVFAS, P.O. Box 226 Millburn, NJ 07041-Pamela Hulshizer in the memo line). A memorial service will be held on Saturday, September 14, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. at Christ Church, 66 Highland Ave., Short Hills, NJ 07078. For further information or to send the family a condolence, please visit, www.bradleyfuneralhomes.com.
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