Chapel of Memories

829 South Hancock, Colorado Springs, CO


Pamela Lea Mouirguies (Napper)

July 13, 1961August 13, 2020

Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die. Do you believe this?” She said to Him, “Yes, Lord; I believe that you are the Christ, the Son of God, who was to come into the world.” (John 11:25–27)

On August 13, 2020, Pamela Napper went home to be with her Lord and Savior. A private service will be held next month to celebrate her life.

Pamela was born in Louisville, Kentucky on July 13, 1961 to Marita Joann (Smith) and Maxwell Napper. She had a unique personality and often viewed life with an eccentric perspective, so she could be hilariously funny at times. Pamela had incredible creative and artistic talent; her works include drawings, paintings, beaded jewelry and numerous types of crafts. She could turn the most common items into beautiful designs. An avid gardener, Pamela always waited eagerly for spring and enjoyed working with all types of plants and flowers. She also loved her ferrets and kitties.

Pamela worked mostly in customer service; she also cared for mentally and physically impaired residents in group homes for several years.

On September 9, 1988, Pamela married Charles Mouirguies. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Chuck and nephew Bryan. She is survived by four siblings and their families: Barbara Loomis, Beverly Lopez, Deborah Decker and Charles Napper.

In the last months of Pamela’s life, she took great comfort in her relationship with Jesus Christ and the Holy Scriptures. “Angel Band” was one of her favorite songs:

"The latest sun is sinking fast, my race has nearly run;
My strongest trials now are past, my triumph is begun.
O come, Angel Band, come and around me stand,
O bear me away on your snow white wings to my immortal home.
I know I’m near the holy ranks of friends and kindred dear;
I’ve brushed the dew on Jordan’s banks, the crossing must be near.
I’ve almost gained my heavenly home, my spirit loudly sings;
The holy ones, behold they come—I hear the noise of wings.
O bear my longing heart to Him who bled and died for me,
Whose blood now cleanses from all sin and gives me victory.
O come, Angel Band, come and around me stand,
O bear me away on your snow white wings to my immortal home."

To listen, visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kjD6SFlssM

Our hearts grieve, but we rejoice that Pamela no longer suffers. She is now healthy and whole, spending eternity with her Savior and loved ones who welcomed her into heaven.

“Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his faithful servants. (Psalm 116:15)


  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, September 19, 2020


Pamela Lea Mouirguies (Napper)

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Beverly Lopez

August 18, 2020

Pamela was my little sister. She shared the same birthday as my oldest son Bryan who passed before her. She said it made her feel special to have that connection with him. She was loved by all her nephews and nieces. I miss her and still can’t believe I will never see her in Colorado again. Rest In Peace Pamela. I love you.


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