Pamela “Pam” Azar has come to live with us at Caring House. We are honored.
Pam was born in 1948 in Macon, Georgia, a patriotic daughter of the South. She was blessed with bright loving parents who inspired her to love America, travel the world and live a life of action and adventure.
Pam has extensive experience in business, aviation, entertainment, real estate and politics. Like her mentor, Ambassador Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, Pam’s life has been dedicated to pursuing big dreams.
Starting in 1990, Pam involved herself in many civil causes. Active in the Santa Monica Mountain National Recreation Area, she was also a founding family member of the Danny Thomas Memorial St. Jude Children’s Hospital. She was also a founding member of the GOP Wish List, a national Republican women candidate outreach program responsible for electing moderate republican women to national office. She also served as a board member of California Governor’s business councils.
She attended Mount St. Mary’s University and the University of Southern California Masters Program in Real Estate Development at the School of Policy, Planning and Development. Pam is known for her interest in “green” real estate development and work to advance research in sustainable building systems.
Pam’s activities have included Formula One car racing. And as a “jet set” flight attendant she was in the first graduating class of Western Airlines Flight Attendants. Pam tells us that she flew on the first Air France’s Concorde scheduled flight to break the sound barrier.
We are glad that Pam is with us at Caring House. We look forward to caring for this intrepid and involved woman of experience.
Pam died on June 22, 2019. Honor her. Remember her.