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Eric E. Pearson March 24, 1925 - December 24, 2017

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Nancy, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. He was a very special person. Susan Jackson
Dear Barb and Family
We are so very sorry to hear about your Dear Dad's passing and hope that all of your wonderful memories help you through this difficult time.
With love and tears, Cathy & Kerry
I have had the immense privilege of calling Nancy Pearson a dear friend for many years and I have had the pleasure of meeting many of the Pearson family during that time. I know this is a close family who is always there for each other and I offer my support and thoughts during this time of loss and celebration. Many good wishes...Karin Ivand
Muriel, girls and families. Eric was a strong but gentle man. I enjoyed our many conversations at the bank while being his financial advisor for many years. I can only imagine the pain of your loss but am sure you all have many wonderful memories to help you get through this initial adjustment period. Love and prayers to all.
To Ruth and the whole family. Our sincere condolences for the loss of your Dad. I'm sure many loving memories will help you through this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
I have had the pleasure of Knowing Eric and his family for almost all of my seventy-six years.
I first remember walking a long way between my house and his, both located at RCAF Station Saskatoon, as a boy so young my age was a single digit. My mission was to present to Eric my carefully-tended houseplant and the notes that I kept on it, hoping that Cub Leader Pearson would see fit to grant me my Grower's badge. He did.

One other time that he was to demonstrate his enormous compassion and kindness happened when I was in my mid-teens, this time at RCAF Station Namao. I was attending Summer Camp as an airman, where the daily technical lectures were mandatory. Having been invited by the pilot to go flying for the afternoon in one of my Reserve Squadron's Otters, I went to the classroom early to throw myself on the instructor's mercy.
Imagine my surprise in finding that the instructor was none other than this fine gentleman, posted in from elsewhere in Canada to teach instruments.
He listened and then decided to forge the attendance record for the class while I snuck away into the Prairie sky. I have never forgotten that act of kindness.
Muriel and Eric seemed to pop in and out of my life quite a bit, mostly in the hope that we might meet up on one of my Air Canada flights during their annual pilgrimage to PEI but swinging by each others' homes when we're in the neighbourhood. It's from him
That I learned of Bishop's Tea.
His passing has left an empty spot in my heart and I wish to convey to his family my sorrow at his passing.
Sincere condolences to Muriel and all the family. My parents, John and Eva Little were so very fortunate to be next-door neighbours and good friends to the Pearson family. I remember Eric as our Cub leader and also as a leader in the square dance club. With his enthusiasm and good nature he was always fun to be around. I remember Eric coming to congratulate my Dad when he was promoted to Flight Sergeant in the RCAF. Eric was smiling a big smile and was clearly so very happy for his friend. He was a positive influence on all who met him. God bless him forever.
My sincere condolences to Mrs Pearson and the other members of the family. I met Mr Pearson, a truly sweet, good spirited man, over a period spanning several decades, via his loving daughter Nancy. He was a dear person who will be missed by many.
My family was blessed to know Mr. Pearson as a very close family friend for many, many years. We will always remember him as a wonderful, kind, cheerful man of faith who loved his family and friends very much. He was a great role model to all. Our sincerest sympathy and loving thoughts go to Mrs. Pearson, Vicky, Ruth, Barbara, Nancy, and their families.
On behalf of the Craig family, we will miss Eric. When he and Muriel used to visit Victoria PEI (all the way across the country) he always was so kind and full of life.
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