Pamela Jean Wars, 66, of Frederick, MD, was called home on Monday, March 13, 2023. Pamela was born on April 18, 1956 to Dorothy B. Rollins and the late James "Alonzo" Rollins. She was joined in holy matrimony to her high school sweetheart, the love of her life, Wayne W. Wars on August 13, 1994.\n\nPam or Pammy, as she was affectionately known, was educated in the Frederick County Public School system. She graduated from Frederick High School in 1974. She received her B.S. Degree in Early Childhood Education with a minor in Special Education at Bowie State University. She was a highly skilled educator with a passion for young people. Early on in her career, Pamela worked as a Teacher's Aide at South Frederick Elementary School. She later went on to work in several early learning centers and then began helping others to open and establish daycare centers in and around Frederick, MD. At the time of her death, she was the Director of Education at the Centennial Early Learning Center in Frederick, MD. Working with children gave her such joy.\n\nPam also started her own gourmet baking business called, "Sweet Blessings." She collected hundreds of custom copper and other metal cookie cutters. Her company slogan was, "A Cookie for Every Occasion." She specialized in baking gourmet cookies, candies, and other sweet treats from scratch. Pam loved her family deeply and showed it in her cooking, baking, and hospitality. She was a vibrant soul and showed it in her love of beautiful, bright colors, especially green!\n\nPam also loved collecting Christian and African-American themed art. Anyone who visited her home would admire her beautiful living room wall gallery. Decorative, upscale, seasonal home decor was always on display. Hobby Lobby and all things shopping and fashion were her guilty pleasures. Pam had an eye for high quality items and it was evident when you saw her. She loved her Volkswagen "VW" Bugs, both classic and new design, she didn't mind. She's had at least 5 in her lifetime. She had all different colors, including white, blue, green, and gold, which she purchased twice!\n\nPamela loved the Lord and spent the majority of her life in service to the Kingdom of God. She accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as her personal savior, was baptized and went on to seminary at Maple Springs Baptist Church. She was a Licensed Minister under Kingdom Fellowship Covenant Ministries and was an ordained minister at Mt. Zion AME Church. She also was a member of Downtown Community Church, New Dimensions Worship Center, and Asbury United Methodist Church. She loved God and always strived to deepen her walk with Jesus. She was a student, teacher, and preacher of the Word of God and loved to talk about the goodness of the Lord.\n\nOver her years of serving, fellowshipping, and ministering at various churches, Pam developed rich and meaningful friendships and bonds, as co-laborers in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. She has many pastor and ministry friends. What a testimony of God's grace and strength!\n\nPam leaves to cherish her memory her: husband, Wayne; daughter, Keona (husband Durwin "DZ"); son, Noah; 3 granddaughters, her "Z-grands," Zoi, Zion & Zaylah; mother, Dorothy; siblings, Melba (husband Kenneth "RedEye"), James "Rucky" (wife Arlene), Sherry, Gary (wife Denise), John (wife Angela), and Karen (husband Jovonne); aunts, Shirley and Lucille; 20 nieces and nephews; 13 great nieces and nephews; the entire Wars Family, including brothers-in-law, Byron (wife Marilyn), Charles, Jr. (wife Kathleen), and Leakins "Leak;" and a host of cousins, relatives, church family, and friends.\n\nShe was preceded in death by her: father, James "Alonzo;" son, Wayne, Jr.; aunts and uncles, Regina, Rose, Bessie, Roy "Juney," Norman "Sunboy," and Joe; nieces, Kerry, Elise, and Khori; mother and father-in-law, Charles Sr. and Edith; brother-in-law, Thomas Sr.; and sisters-in-law, Arlene, Ronelle "Lovie," Edith "Maria" (husband Vance), Elaine (husband Timothy), & Erminie.