OBITUARY

Joan C. Pearsall

May 11, 1931September 26, 2020

Passed away peacefully after a brief illness with her family by her side at the age of 89.

Predeceased by her parents Edward and Helena, her 2 sisters, Marian (Bill) Jackson and Margaret (Gordon) McKay, and her forever husband William “Bill” (1967). Loving mother of Ted (Barb), Ron (Shari), Ken (Alfonsa Siggia-Pearsall), and Barb (Mike) Kaput. Proud grandmother of Michael, Aly, Mackenzie, William, Brandon (Maria), Justin and Kristina. She will also be missed by extended family and friends, especially “Aunty” Mary Hill.

Lifelong member of Turner Road Gospel Chapel and Oakwood Bible Chapel. Joan was a former elementary school teacher for the Windsor Board of Education. World traveller with her companion Pam (2019).

**Due to the current restrictions put in place by the ministry of health there are a maximum amount of visitors allowed at one time. Please phone the funeral home between 9am and 4pm to reserve a spot for the visitation and funeral service. No admittance will be permitted without an appointment.**

Services

  • Visitation By Appointment Only

    Thursday, October 1, 2020

  • Funeral Service by Appointment Only

    Friday, October 2, 2020

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Memories

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Sandy Mackay Clements

September 30, 2020

My Mom (Margaret Mackay) kept this framed photo with our family photos displayed for all to see. This tells me that their was a special bond between these sisters (Joan, Marion and Margaret). It is comforting to know that they are all together now and probably laughing and talking up a storm.
I also have a recipe that I call, "Aunt Joanie's Squares". It has been rewritten many times because it is used often (caramels, peanut butter, chocolate chips, and to call it healthy, Cheerios).
It was always a pleasure to visit Aunt Joanie, she had some stories to tell that we hadn't heard before. I was always in awe of her parenting skills (she would leave the dishes piled high in the sink and on the counter, as it was the responsibility of one of my cousins.) I heard from her every Christmas. She will be missed. I pray you will feel within you the strength, love and support she has given you as your Mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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