Pearl R. Addicott

March 26, 1924July 24, 2013
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Pearl Rose Addicott, 89, passed away on July 24, 2013 in Lynnwood, WA. She was born on March 26, 1924 in Wyndmere, ND. She is preceded in death by her husband Howard Hanson and grandson Troy Hartung. She is survived by her 4 children, Pam (Don) Petersen, Robin (Dave) McFarland, Rod (Loretta) Addicott and Toni (John) Previti; 8 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. There will be a Visitation on Sunday, July 28 & Monday, July 29 from 10:00am-4:00pm at Purdy & Walters at Floral Hills Funeral Home and on Tuesday, July 30 from 9:00am -1:00pm with Funeral Services to follow at 1:00pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, 6215 196th ST SW, Lynnwood.



  • Visitation Sunday, July 28, 2013
  • Visitation Monday, July 29, 2013
  • Visitation Tuesday, July 30, 2013
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, July 30, 2013


  • Place of Rest

Pearl R. Addicott

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Tara Larson

August 11, 2013

My heart is heavy for you Pam-I have always loved the beautiful bond and friendship you and your Mom share. I know she will be so missed. I believe she is with Troy as she ascends on her new journey (and she will certainly keep him busy!!) Pearl is remembered as caring, funny, loving, classy, shining Pearl. I love you

Donna lemmon

August 7, 2013

Pam, I was so sad to hear about your beautiful, fun,loving mom! She was so cute, when I cleaned her house weeky, I would get there early and I could never catch her not all dolled up!! I would look at her and say 'pearl u r sooo beautiful' and she would look back at me with that cute smile and say ' U really think so! I had such great times with her and howie and all of us going to baseball game! Little Mary Eickson with her and howie, maybe playing cards! So many memories of a great lady!! She will be missed! I love u pam and call me anytime u need to talk! Im also sorry for the rest of your familys loss!

Herb & Pat Hudson

July 30, 2013

Pam, we were sadden by the news of your Mom's passing. Pearl was a great spirit and treated us with kindness.

Elaine Solvang

July 30, 2013

Pearl was the best neighbor in so many ways! One was every year after canning season we were the happy recipients of her canned peaches and salsa. There was nothing better. It was easy to make a jar of either one a meal!

After she left her home I had the pleasure of visiting her weekly. We would discuss our families and what they were up to, and her favorite, I think, was what was going on with the City Council in Lynnwood. That always sparked great interest and good conversation.

Yesterday was the first day to not visit and it was a very empty feeling. I will miss her very much and our visits. She was a grand lady!

Keith Sanders

July 30, 2013

This message starts in Sept., 2011 when my wife Paula, her mom Lois Norby and I traveled to Seattle for a long needed visit. We spent time with Pearl and finally got to know most of her family (my cousins). What a timely visit. It was so great to see that time had only changed her physical appearance somewhat. Her attitude about life, her smile and her infectious laugh had not changed, even though she was in a wheel chair. Time claims us all eventually, but, I will be surprised if Aunt Pearl didn't pass on in Grand style. As we visited that Sept. I found out that she is a fighter. She took whatever was thrown at her in life and made the best of it. I know she is in a great place and we all are missing her very much. Time will help remove some of the sorrow and mostly good remembrances will prevail. God Bless to Robin, Tony, Pam, Rodney and all their families for your loss.
Cousin Keith & Paula Sanders

Diane Cohrt

July 29, 2013

Pearl was an amazing lady. I have known her for 43 years, we have vacationed together, played cards for hours together and had many fun monents. She always had a beautiful smile and was always ready to talk. Goodby for now....

Denmark Gabriel

July 29, 2013

I remember for being
P-erfect in so many ways
E-legant most of the time (especially when i put her make up on whenever her family takes her out for dinner or just because i want to do it for her, and she loved it..and always looked gorgeous that i called her "BEAUTEROUS")
A-lways so cheerful and full of sense of humor
R-emarkable woman, very rich in personality and i always told her when i took care of her, that she's one of a kind and "Rare"...she didnt really know what that means but she is a character... and most importantly
L-oving, not only to her loved ones but also to those people who took care of her. She'll be missed a lot...we will miss your lovely smile that would make everybody smile....

Eternal rest grant unto her oh Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her...May you rest in peace Pearl...Amen.

gene chard

July 29, 2013

Dearest Pearl:
I miss your sparkling blue eyes, beautiful hair, and sharp wit. Thank you for being there for Peggy and me. Thank you for being a part of my life. I offer my sympathy to your family.

Pam petersen

July 28, 2013

She was the BEST and I will forever be thankful to have had her in my life for so long...... She is at peace now . I will miss her EVERYDAY......

Dave McFarland

July 28, 2013

Pearl you are such a lovely woman. I often think about all the times we spent together and all the little conversations we shared. You were such a hoot to be around. I learned so much and will miss you always.

I have points on my “life's compass” that are very important to me. You are a bright and shiny point on my compass. You'll always remain on my compass, showing me the way.

I know you very comfortable and close to those who have gone before you . . loved ones you always yearned to see again. I believe you are content and smiling. I'm a better person having known you beautiful woman. And because of you, I am blessed with the most wonderful person in my life, Robin. Don't worry Pearl, I will always treat her the way you would want, just like I said in the letter long ago.

Heaven just received a very special angel. I love you Pearl and I will truly miss you. Sail on my friend . . .

Oh and I'll get back to you when “I figure out what my problem is!”