Presented by the Lancaster Family & The Williams School
The Pamela Lancaster Pettinari Scholarship fund was started in memory of Pamela Lancaster Pettinari ’77 to assist underserved students who are attending or planning to attend The Williams School.
Pam was a native of New London, graduating from Williams in 1977, and earned a bachelor’s degree from Skidmore College in 1981. An impressive athlete, she was a star player basketball, volleyball and field hockey teams.Pam returned to Williams to teach and coach, becoming the school’s first African-American teacher. After teaching, Pam continued her work in business and service, contributing to a program which donated and delivered to those in need.In 2010 Pam passed away after a courageous eight-year battle with cancer.Pam focused on excellence in all aspects of her life as an educator, businesswoman, and humanitarian.It is in this spirit that The Williams School and The Lancaster family honor her life.
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