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Jay Pearson It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of Jay Pearson, who on June 2, 2020 lost a devastating one-year battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease.) Jay was born at Marin General Hospital to John and Lee Ann Pearson on July 26, 1967 and lived most of his life in Marin County. Jay was a passionate man who loved live rock shows, the San Francisco Giants and was a devoted Raiders fan. He is survived by his parents, John and Kathy Pearson of Belvedere; his sister Kirsten Durkin; his brother Landon; his step-siblings Jay Dowd and Lindsey Atnip; his seven adoring niece and nephews; and his beloved friend, Damara Row and her two boys Dillon and Max. His mother, Lee Ann, predeceased him in 1995. Jay was a sweet, loving man who will be greatly missed.

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Published in Marin Independent Journal from Jun. 12 to Jun. 14, 2020.
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July 23, 2020
So sad to hear about Jay. He was one of the sweetest, funniest people I have ever met. Lots of great memories of him. Gone far too soon.❤
Lisa LoForte
Friend
June 16, 2020
A thoughtful and kind person. I enjoyed his presence and bright smile.
Gary Belford
Friend
June 16, 2020
So sorry for the loss, but happy to have known you, Jay.
John Quinn
Coworker
June 15, 2020
Will always remember the time we ran into each other on the Giant's ferry and then find out we are seated next to each other in the right field bleachers. What an epic night of baseball, beers and laughs. BTW this was the night of Barry Bond's 600th career home run. So sad to hear of Jay's passing, but I'm glad I will forever have this memory of my friend Jay.
Bobby Kral
Friend
June 13, 2020
Love you buddy and am going to miss you greatly, but know we will see each other again!
Jason Begley
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