Pamela “Pam” Kiner Munsen

Pamela “Pam” Kiner Munsen


Dates

June 2, 1952 - October 4, 2022

Obituary

Pamela “Pam” Kiner Munsen, 70, of Mitchell, SD, died Tuesday, October 4, 2022, at Firesteel Healthcare Center in Mitchell. A Celebration of Life will be Sunday, October 9, from 5-8:00 PM at the Moose Lodge in Mitchell with a prayer service at 6 PM. Arrangements by Bittner Funeral Chapel.

Pamela Kiner Munsen was born June 2, 1952, to Lyle and Theresa (Saukerson) Fuerst. Pam grew up in Mitchell, and graduated from Mitchell High School in 1970.

Pam was united in marriage to Joe Kiner in 1974, and to this union, Karli was born in 1975. Pam married Gary Munsen in 1993.

Throughout her life, Pam worked at the Methodist Hospital, Legion, Moonlight, The Plaza, and owned the Cactus from 1988 to 2002.

Pam enjoyed watching the Minnesota Vikings, Minnesota Twins, and football pools. She also enjoyed attending the Rodeo Parade and chili cookoffs. Pam cherished her memories of traveling to Vegas in the 70s with her parents and Monica, and her travels with her sister, Vickie, to Hawaii and Vegas. She loved a good glass of wine, her plants, Polka dancing, posting on Facebook, and being in charge. Most of all, Pam loved spending time with her friends and family.

Pam is survived by her daughter, Karli (Tony) Kiner Toliver; mother, Theresa Fuerst; grandchildren, Antony Toliver, Zach Toliver, Heather Toliver, Jadyn Toliver, Dre Toliver, Nevaeh Toliver, and Lexie Grochow; four great-grandchildren; siblings, Gary (Karen) Fuerst, Monica Evers, Tammy (Laren) Fuerst, and Vickie (Neil) Hague; and several cousins, nieces, and nephews. 

 


Visitation(s)

Date
Sunday, October 9, 2022
Time
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location
6:00 PM Prayer Service

Moose Lodge
516 W 15th Ave
Mitchell, SD 57301



Posted by Vickie Hague on October 12, 2022
You will live in my heart forever sis. so many good times we had together. we will be together again. until then I love you forever
Posted by Charlie and Wanda Kobes on October 9, 2022
Thinking of all of Pam's Family at this hard time of this sad loss !! Everyone blessed to know Pam is going to really miss her and her Smile !!! Big Hugs to all of you !!
Posted by Peggy Huber (Juhnke) on October 9, 2022
There’s very little anyone can say or do to ease the loss of someone who meant so much to you. But may you find comfort in the sadness that you bear. Just knowing there are many hearts that sympathize and care…
It’s love and memories that are left behind and that last forever. The joy having been part of someone else’s journey that fills our hearts with peace even at this difficult time. I truly believe Pam was on earth to bring smiles to everyone that knew her. Pam, you worked hard and played hard.
Rest in peace cousin your work on earth is done.
Posted by Cindy Peterson on October 8, 2022
With love from one Hen to another. RIP friend.
Posted by Diane moke on October 8, 2022
To Karli and family. So sorry for your loss. Duane and I had such good times at the cactus and the Moose with Pam.. Pam used to love to hear Duane's bands play. I will cherish the memories.
Posted by Colleen Stadlman on October 7, 2022
Monica,
My deepest sympathies for your loss. As a twin myself, I can't imagine the loss you are feeling. My sympathies to the other siblings as well. Twins have a connection that is so amazing and hard to explain. A part of you left this world with her but I hope you find comfort in knowing some day you will be able to join her again and pick up where you left off. A part of her stayed with you as well that day. Hold on to that part.
Posted by Colleen Stadlman on October 7, 2022
Karli, My sympathies for the loss of your Mom. My heart hurts for you and your family. Keep her alive with the many memories
Posted by Monte Big Dog Davies on October 7, 2022
What does one say at a time like this. So much of the same has been said so many times. And each one, you can feel the sincerity.
I moved away from Mitchell, shortly after graduation. Only made it back every few years years. Graduation is what destroyed our group. I stop and think of all the times we grew up together, back in our home town. It's sad that we all have to get on with life and forget the friendships we had in our 'evolving' lives.
Class of '70 IS the best.
Pam, Monica (hey, did you two know you had the same birthday? Pretty cool, huh.
Life is too short, especially for all the friends you pick up on the way.
Loved you Pam. Loved you Monica.
Karli,you got a pretty good deal when you were born into this family.
All my love and and all my heart felt thanks for being a part of my life.
Posted by Wayne and Carol Carstens on October 7, 2022
Karli we're so sorry to hear about your mom. May she fly with angels!
Posted by Rich and Connie Minder on October 7, 2022
Sorry to hear about the loss of your mother Karli. Rich and I always looked forward to going down to the Cactus and having a drink and saying hi to your mom when we went out back in the day. May she Rest In Pease. Our love to all of you.
Posted by Doug Fuerst on October 7, 2022
My sympathies to the family. Pam certainly enjoyed life. She will be missed by a lot of people.
Posted by Nancy Yusten sullivan on October 6, 2022
Pam and I go back a long ways. We used to run around together in high school. So sorry for the loss to this family. I am so sorry I will not be able to attend on Sunday I will be gone to Minnesota just know I’ll be thinking about all of you
Posted by Tom Horman on October 6, 2022
Monica, I just lost my twin, Tim, a month ago so I get what you may be going through. Just know I care and sorry for your loss.
Posted by Monica on October 6, 2022
Pam I was there when you were.born. I was there when you passed. I will be with you again
Posted by Karli on October 6, 2022
Thank you everyone we would love to have everyone wear their favorite team jersey or shirt Sunday if possible not necessary if you don’t want to just know she loved football and baseball
Posted by Mary and Gary Stadlman on October 6, 2022
Monica , Becky and families, we send our sincere condolences for your loss of Pam. God be with all of you today and the days to come.
Posted by Kathleen Taylor Hanson on October 6, 2022
So sorry to read this news. May our Lord give you and your families comfort and peace. Remembering how nice your Mom was in high school. Rest In Peace Pam. ❤️
Posted by Charlie and Wanda Kobes on October 6, 2022
So sorry to all of you for this very sad loss of a great Llady ! Pam always had a smile for everyone that was blessed to know her !!
Posted by Jane Goldammer on October 6, 2022
My condolences to the whole family. There was only one Pam and I’m glad I had the opportunity to know her. Prayers for you all.
Posted by Sharon L. Ray on October 6, 2022
So sorry for the loss of your sister Monica. My prayers ate with you and your Family.
Posted by Todd Kerr, Gara Stadlman and Family on October 6, 2022
Monica and Family,
We are thinking alot of you, through this difficult time and are truly saddened for your loss. Our deepest, heartfelt sympathies, love and hugs to you and the family. Praying God guides you through this difficult time, with ease. Sending our love, Todd, Gara and family.
Posted by Todd Kerr, Gara Stadlman and Family on October 6, 2022
Karli and Family,
We are truly sorry for the loss of your mom. May God take you by the hand and guide you through this difficult time. Sending thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Pam Pickering Andraschko on October 5, 2022
Strong in character, strong in heart.
Her love will bloom in your heart forever.
Condolences to you.
Rejoice in her love.
Posted by Kayla on October 5, 2022
Pam used to have Jadyn Toliver and I come stay over for sleepovers when we were younger. Those sleepovers consisted of watching flicka or sea-biscuit, getting whatever snacks we wanted from coborns, and being woken up in the middle of the night to her tv blaring the fresh prince of bel air theme song. Not only did Pam make the best banana bread, but she was always so willing to make you some if you asked! She was funny and oh so beautiful. Last week she had sent me a Snapchat to tell me she wants the hell out of the nursing home so she could have a glass of wine. Well Pam, you’re free from there and free from pain. I hope they had wine waiting for you at the gates. You will be so missed down here and I can’t wait to see you again!
Posted by ashlyn kerr on October 5, 2022
rest in peace pam, i’ll miss you forever, i hope you have all the wine you could ever want. until we meet again ❤️
Posted by Krantz Family on October 5, 2022
You will be missed aunt Pam. ❤️🥹
Posted by Mary Verzani on October 5, 2022
Karli so sorry to here about your Mom. May she Rest In Peace!
Posted by Janet bainbridge on October 5, 2022
Pam was a good friend and a sweetheart to me. She also had a fiesty side that kept her going. Thinking of her family during this very difficult time. She’s always with you and free of pain ❤️
Posted by Mary and Gary Stadlman on October 5, 2022
Karli and family, we are so sorry to her of the loss of your Mom. May God keep you all in His Love and memories of her, bring you peace. Rest In Peace, Pam.
Posted by Cheryl (Bender) Kunkel on October 4, 2022
So sorry to hear about you mom Karli, she was a fighter ! I prayed the nite we were texting Karli that your mom would wait till you got there & she did !! She will be missed !! Every time I seen her she always had a nice comment to say !! I will miss her smile , her laugh !! RIP PAM your pain free my friend 😘
Posted by Kristy Vobr on October 4, 2022
So sorry for your loss!!! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏 Rip Pam!!!
Posted by Wes Pierson on October 4, 2022
Sorry to hear about Pam. She will be missed.
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