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Walking Grants Database, Pam Moore, leaves NIEHS

By Jerry Phelps
August 2006

Pam Moore prepares to slice into a huge chocolate cake at her goodbye party.
Pam Moore prepares to slice into a huge chocolate cake at her goodbye party.

Dorothy Duke
Dorothy Duke, Pam's former supervisor, expresses despair at Pam's imminent departure.

Cindy Lawler presents Pam Moore with a survival kit
Friend and colleague, Cindy Lawler presents Pam Moore with a survival kit for living in the Pacific Northwest.

A Twenty-eight year veteran of NIEHS, Pam Moore left the Institute in late June to move to Spokane, Wash. with her family. Her husband, John, started a new job there in March. After trying-out the job for a few months, they embraced the idea of discovering a new community together and relocating their family.

Pam is known for her legendary ability to mentally keep track of every grant NIEHS funds or plans to fund. She is also known for her sunny disposition and can-do attitude regardless of her workload. She will be sorely missed by everyone in DERT and her many friends at NIEHS.

Pam plans to find a new position in the federal government as soon as she has settled her family in their new surroundings. She announced at her going away party that her daughter April is expecting a child, so Pam will be visiting the Triangle frequently.

The pictures below were taken at her going away party on June 22.

Benny Encarnacion
Co-worker Benny Encarnacion displays the "Mini-Pam" he will keep on his desk to advise him.

Ted Outwater performs a gentle roast of Pam for the DERT audience.
Ted Outwater performs a gentle roast of Pam for the DERT audience.



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