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Ashro Woman: Pamela S.

Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Pamela from Milledgeville, GA

This beautiful wife, mother and grandmother is also an author, businesswoman, and caseworker for the state of Georgia! All of these things flow from her faith as a born-again Christian. “I love helping people, especially children.”

This is evident in the fact that even when she was on her own and single, Pamela chose to be a foster mom. Now married with children and grandchildren, she continues to emulate her own mother, the greatest influence in her life. Pamela believes in the importance of truly listening to her children and grandchildren—and of teaching them to put God first.

No doubt, these teachings come back to bless Pamela in her business venture. She and her daughter have an online hair business together, Sugaplums Hair Collection, where her daughter makes wigs to order. Pamela also makes time for her own pursuits, like writing. Her greatest triumph thus far has been publishing her first book, “When Makeup Can’t Cover the Pain,” a book that encourages women to open up to one another.


Name 
Pamela S.
Which city do you live? 
Milledgeville 
Which state do you live? 
GA 
How would you describe the Ashro woman? How do you embody her? 
Sophisticated, well dressed and classy. 
What do you do for a living? What do you like most about it? What don’t you like? 
I am a caseworker for the state of Georgia. I love helping people especially children. My only dislike is that the state could pay more. 
How do you spend your free time? 
Watching tv, writing books, poems. 
What small thing makes you happy? 
Making others happy. 
What is your best dish? Who do you make it for—and where do you typically serve it? 
Collard greens, my husband, home for dinner. 
What has been your greatest struggle…and your greatest (or latest) triumph? 
Greatest struggle, the pandemic. Greatest triumph, published my first book two years ago., “When Make up Can’t Cover the Pain”. 
Who influenced you the most in your life. Why? And in what way? 
My mother, she was such a classy lady 
Do you volunteer or do charity work? Tell us about it! 
I was a foster parent before I got married 6 years ago 
Are you in a sorority? Or is anyone in your family in a sorority? If so, which one and what does it mean to you? 
No 
What do you love about fashion and style? 
I love color, wearing dresses, beautiful shoes 
Has anyone in particular influenced your style? 
The First Lady in my church 
What occasions/events do you dress up for? (for example-do you often dress up for church, cultural events, charity events, going out, etc.) And how often do you typically get dressed up? 
Church and work before the pandemic started 
How has your style evolved over time? 
No 
Do you wear hats? How often and what type of hat? Do you wear them to church? If so, be sure to share a pic of you in a hat with us! 
No 
Do you wear headwraps? How often? Where did you learn how to tie it? Share a pic of you in a headwrap with us! 
Yes 
Do you wear wigs? How often and what length or style? If so, be sure to share a pic of you in a wig with us! 
Yes, my daughter and I have an online hair business. She make wigs by order. Sugaplums hair collection 
Are you a woman of faith? How does that faith affect your life? Please tell us more. 
Yes, I am a born again Christian. 
Do you attend church? What church do you go to and what do you love most about it? 
Yes I did regularly before the world stopped, I attend Bible Revival Church in Milledgeville, I love the close net family setting ! 
How are you passing along your faith traditions onto your children/grandchildren? 
Yes I am 
Are you a First Lady or a Pastor? 
No 
Your best advice? 
Never compromise your morals. Always be kind to everyone, you never know what people are going through. 
What lessons has motherhood (or being a grandmother) taught you? 
To listen to your children. Teach your children/ grandchildren to put God first. 
Are you an Ashro Credit customer? If so, how has our credit helped you? 
Yes 
Do you have a memory to share of when you first heard about Ashro or when you received your first catalog? 
I look forward to receiving my catalogs, I love the fashion. I would love to be a model for your catalog 

Thanks for inspiring us, Pamela!

If you’d like a chance to be a future Ashro Woman of the Week, share your story with us—then watch your weekly Ashro emails to see if you’re featured next! Already filled out our questionnaire? Then you’re all set (you may see yourself featured in next week’s email)! Make sure to tell your friends and family to sign up for emails. We can’t wait to see you!


 

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