MATTHEW A. PIERCE
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PIERCE, MATTHEW A . May 7, 1957 to October 20, 2011 A San Diego Native, Matthew Alfred Pierce was born May 7, 1957 to Jean L. Tenney and Donald Pierce. Matt died suddenly October 20, 2011 on his way to a wiring job in Glendale. He was a hard working man who expected great job performance from himself and those around him. In the past Matt worked in Russia at the Goodwill Games. He also did jobs at NBC, ESPN and Direct TV Matt also played hard. He loved to golf, fish and spend time with his girlfriend Marci, his family and his many friends. Matt's job with NTC took him to several states, his clubs and fishing poles always went with him. He was a great man and will be truly miss by all who knew him. He was preceded in death by his father Donald Pierce and he leaves behind to cherish his memory his mother Jean and stepfather Martin Eis, his brother David Pierce, sister La Donna Sullivan, one nephew Nicholas and one niece Ashley. A Viewing will be held at Greenwood Mortuary on November 2, 2011 from 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. in the Salli Lynn Chapel and a Service will follow at Greenwood Mortuary in the Salli Lynn Chapel on November 3, 2011 at 1 p.m.


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Published in San Diego Union-Tribune on Oct. 31, 2011.
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November 15, 2011
Matt and I grew up on the same street and even though we ended up in related work careers we never crossed paths again. I did however hear great things about him from mutual colleagues. I'm sure he will be missed. My condolences go out to his family.
Larry Quick
November 2, 2011
Matt was a dedicated friend and support of us musicians in the early '80's. Along with fixing the gear he would often fix our mood. One of the few people that brings a smile to those who talk about him. My sincere sympathy goes out to Matt's family, RIP Matt from Toss as well...
Pete Harrison
November 2, 2011
I've known Matt for many years…I worked with him at Centro Corporation back when I first moved to San Diego in '86. Matt was always ready to lend me a hand or an ear, and always had a smile for me. I wish I had had an opportunity to see and talk to Matt before he passed away. He will be missed.
Doreen Kaarto
November 2, 2011
Matt was one of a kind. I learned a lot from him. Matt was my co-worker, my sounding board, my #1 fishing buddy and my best friend. I will miss him dearly. Rest in peace, buddy.
Rodger Ward
November 2, 2011
Matt was friend & coworker,met him @ Ntc .he was always a nice guy,willing to help if needed.. my condolences to his family ..i know he is in heaven..so sorry for your loss. he will be missed.
Lisa Amaya
November 2, 2011
To Matt's Family... My sincere sympathy. I never met Matt, but have know his sister LaDonna for many years. When life seems to be cut short it is the heart breaking reminder to live, laugh, and love everyday as we have no crystal ball to know when it is our time. It sounds like Matt was a loving man and will be missed deeply by his family and friends. A big hug to LaDonna, Nick and Ashley my heart goes out to you and the rest of your family.
Shelly Tomer
October 31, 2011
Matt was a gift to me. I inherited him as a friend when I married his best buddy, Skip. At our wedding Matt offered to let me shove cake in his face. He was that kind of a friend. Skip and I will miss him so.
Dianna Hess
October 31, 2011
Good times growing up with Matt. He and my brother Randy were good friends. From riding bikes, to motorcycles. Thanks for memories.
Brad Hegner
October 31, 2011
I send my condolences to the family and would like you to know that you can find comfort in the scriptures, were God promises a time when we will see our loved ones again.
October 31, 2011
Matt, you were the best of friends! We always had fun at work and at play. You showed us all, that life can be full of wonderment and adventure. You were truly a man of many talents; kind and generous to all you met. I really miss you.
Bruce Wilson
October 31, 2011
Matt, It was fun working with you years ago in Sorrento Valley on the David Letterman trailer. Rest in peace
Verla Ording
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