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Patricia Pearson


Funeral Services for Patricia Pearson, age 57, Canton, will be
held on Thursday (January 15, 2009) at 11:00 a.m. at St. John’s Episcopal
Church with Rev. Robert Longbottom officiating. Entombment will be in Foxwood Memorial
Park.  Arrangements are with Frary
Funeral Home, Ogdensburg.

Mrs. Pearson passed away on Thursday (January 8, 2009) at
Fletcher Allen Medical Center where she had been a patient for the past few
weeks.

Mrs. Pearson is survived by her husband, David; one daughter,
Jessica Maine and her companion, Corey Paul, Canton; and one son, Zachary Maine
and his wife, Karissa, Savoy, MA; one
sister, Sandra Fortin, Ogdensburg; and two grandchildren, Corey Michael and Lillian
Grace, Canton. She was predeceased by four brothers, Burtin, Calvin, Lawrence,
and Louis Trimm.

Mrs. Pearson was born on February 18, 1951, the daughter of
Burtin and Bertha Delair Trimm. She graduated from Ogdensburg Free Academy in
1968. She married David Pearson in Niagara Falls on June 24, 1990. She first worked for the FBI in Washington.  She later went to work for St. Lawrence
University, where she was a library technician for the past 20 years. Mrs.
Pearson enjoyed gardening, traveling to Las Vegas and Atlantic City.  She
enjoyed her grandchildren.

Donations may be made in her memory to the Hope Lodge, 237
East Ave. Burlington, VT 05401.

2 Condolences

  • Steve & Kathy LaRock Posted January 28, 2009 7:10 PM

    Dave, So sorry for your loss. If we can help in any way please let us know.

  • David and Mary Ann Hollenbaugh Posted February 6, 2009 2:27 PM

    Patty was a friend from long ago. We knew her from her first marriage and shared our first child together. We were heart broken to hear of her passing. Please know how sorry we are and please pass this along to her children. My husband knew her from the band and she worked with his mother. We shared many wonderful moments with her and know that we are thinking of you all in your time of loss. Sincerely old friends Dave and Mary Ann

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