SAGINAW COUNTY SPORTS HALL OF FAME
PAMELA O'CONNELL MOSSNER
Pamela Kay O’Connell Mossner , a lifelong resident of Saginaw County, attended Weber Junior High for kindergarten, and then St. Casimir’s until sixth grade. She then moved to Frankenmuth with her family in 1976, and attended Frankenmuth Middle School and Frankenmuth High School. She graduated from FHS in 1982. Pam played softball all throughout her childhood. It was her favorite sport to play and she was very competitive. Most of her games were played at Hoyt Park. While in high school, she played softball for three years (1 year J.V. and 2 years varsity) as a pitcher. From high school until 2004, she played on various women’s softball teams. She also coached from 2000-2004. Due to her children playing sports, Pam stopped playing and coaching the women’s league and began coaching her kids teams. She coached volleyball, softball, and soccer. She then stopped coaching them because they began playing AAU sports and that required a lot of traveling. She also met her husband, Jeffrey in high school. They started dating when she was sixteen, and have been together ever since. They just celebrated their 37th wedding anniversary this year as well. She is employed with Frankenmuth Credit Union as an Event Coordinator for Uptown North Main and RAM Productions as the coordinator, Pam is the Outreach Chairman at St. Michael's Lutheran Church in Richville, a committee member for Frankenmuth Corn Maze, Living Nativity and Passion Drama. She loves to help people with various fundraisers too. She currently resides in Frankenmuth with her husband Jeff. Pam has two daughters both married and one granddaughter.