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Funeral for Matushka Pamela-Ann Micek served at Sts. Peter and Paul Church

On Saturday, October 12, the clergy and faithful of Scranton, PA gathered at Sts. Peter and Paull Church to bid farewell to Matushka Pamela-Ann Micek, who reposed the Tuesday prior.

Leading the service was Archpriest Basil Micek, Matushka’s husband and rector of the parish. Co-serving with Fr. Basil were six priests with many more praying with the faithful. The church was filled with worshippers, who came to pray for the repose of their Matushka.

Archpriest George Konyev relayed the condolences of Bishop Matthew of Sourozh, Interim Administrator of the Patriarchal Parishes in the USA. 

A memorial repast was offered in the parish hall afterward, during which the faithful shared their reminiscences about Matushka Pamela Ann.

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Published with the blessing of His Grace

MATTHEW

Bishop of Sourozh

Interim Administrator of the Patriarchal Parishes in the USA

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