Pamela M. DeBruler Napier, 77, Rochester, passed away at 5:05 P.M. Sunday January 16, 2022, at Lutheran Hospital of Indiana, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
She was born on November 26, 1944 in Glasgow, Scotland, the daughter of Robert L. and Martha (Pollock) DeBruler. In August 2006 in Rochester, Indiana, she married Carlo Bob Napier and he survives.
Pam had been a homemaker for many years raising her children. After raising her children, she became a realtor, had owned a restaurant while living in Colorado and owned Everyday Gourmet Store in Rochester. She was a full time nanny to her grandchildren, great grandchildren and even their friends, always supporting them in all of their sports and extra- curricular activities. Her friends and members of the community look forwarded to her daily Facebook posts. She was a dedicated Notre Dame Football fan, and enjoyed having coffee with friends, gardening and camping.
Survivors include her husband, Bob Napier, Rochester, Indiana, children, Kellette (Bob) Lease, Rochester, Indiana, Kristin (Paul) Wolfe, Economy, Indiana, Kymberly (Aaron) Bausback, Greensburg, Indiana, grandchildren, Meghan (Kyle) McLochlin, Rochester, Indiana, Mallory (Mike) Smith, St. Joseph, Michigan, Lauren (Andrew) Piper, Westfield, Indiana, Kayleigh Jenkins and fiancé Aaron Paschal, Westfield, Indiana, Karlee Wolfe, Economy, Indiana, Kate (Mervin) Schwartz, Greensburg, Indiana, Abby Bausback, Greensburg, Indiana, Ben Bausback, Greensburg, Indiana, Tyler Darnell, Georgia, seven great grandchildren, sisters, Linda (Roy) Simpson, Greensburg, Indiana and Denise Sisinger (Bill) Mulvaney, Rochester, Indiana, several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert DeBruler and Martha Von der Lehr.
Visitation will be from 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. Thursday, January 20, 2022 at Zimmerman Bros. Funeral Home, Rochester, Indiana. Private services with interment at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Rochester, Indiana will be observed. Memorial contributions may be made to the Rochester Youth Little League. Online condolences may be expressed at www.zimmermanbrosfh.com