Feb. 10, 1972 – Oct. 5, 2018 Mariam Pamela Salter, of Buffalo, a health care system coordinator and church elder, died Oct. 5 after a lengthy illness. She was 46. Born in Buffalo, the fifth of seven children and the youngest girl, she attended McKinley High School. She graduated from the Job Corps with a certification in interior design and graduated from the Continental School of Beauty. Known to everyone as Pam, she worked in data analysis for the Witness Project at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center and was community outreach coordinator at the Community Health Center of Buffalo. Ms. Salter was ordained as an elder and a youth pastor at Remnant at Rehoboth Fellowship, under Pastor Samuel McDougald Sr., and helped organize field trips and learning experiences for youngsters. A Praise Dancer, she was one of the founding members of Gospel Warriors, a gospel drill team that won many state championships. Devoted to her family, she planned their annual vacation together, booking cruises and hotels for everyone. Survivors include two daughters, Sharece A. Blake and Ariel N. Blake; her parents, Norman C. Sr. and Mamie L. Gilbert Jones; brothers, Keith, David, Norman Jr. and Nathan; sisters, Dena McDougald and Norma; three god-daughters and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 14, in First Centennial Missionary Baptist Church, 273 High St.