Saline Farmers Market loses a beloved vendor to a car accident on Saturday, December 29

Saline Farmers Market loses a beloved vendor.

Pam Zibbell, of Adrian, died after suffering injuries in a head-on collision on U.S. 12 Saturday morning, December 29. She was on her way to the Farmers Market, where she was a vendor.

A table will be set up at the market in the space where Pam and Brad sold there delicious baked goods.  A card will be available for everyone to sign as well as a box for contributions to the family.

This is a shock to all of the vendors and the market manager.  "We heard the sirens that morning but never even considered it might be one of us," says Nancy Crisp, Market Manager.  Pam was a very special person and loved by everyone and will be missed very much.  Our hearts go out to Brad and all of the family.

The funeral is Saturday, January 5 at 2:00 pm at the Purse Funeral Home. 2959 N. Adrian Highway (M52) Adrian, MI.   Visitation is from 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm preceding the funeral.

The Saline Farmers Market will be open as usual from 9am-noon at Liberty School.


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Karen Johnson January 03, 2013 at 05:23 PM
Oh no! My heart sunk at this news! My last day at the market as a vendor was the 22, who would think that would be the last time that we would see our Pam! Condolences to Brad and the rest of the family. Lets all try to keep in mind our interactions with each other, who knows when they could be our last, one never knew that a small, friendly conversation like we had before Christmas would be our last! Much love to the family of this special lady.
Magen Larsen January 04, 2013 at 11:55 AM
Pam was such a sweet, loving and kind person. Always a smile on her face and a sweet voice on the other line. She will be dearly missed. Prayers and love sent to her dear friends and family.


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