PEARCE Jennifer

Posted: January 2nd, 2013

Passed away suddenly on Wednesday, December 26, 2012 at the age of 36 years.
A troubled soul on earth is now an angel in heaven.
Jennifer is survived by her mother Susan McGurty, her sons Marcus and Mason Pearce, her sister Penny McGurty and her 3 children; auntie Yvonne Cross, cousins Lori and Ray Giese, Tammy Pickles and Martin Kaatz, along with nieces, nephews and cousins.
She also leaves behind her maternal grandmother Liane Couchman, aunt and uncle Linda and Harry Weistra, Carol and Pierre Laroux, Sandra and Kevin Reath, cousin Lee Gladden and close family friend Gord Pickles.
Jennifer will be missed by many friends who love and cherish her.

4 Condolences for “PEARCE Jennifer”

  1. Kiah Godfrey says:

    Mason is in my class at school and I just wanted to say sorry about his mom, she looks really pretty. I just wanted to let you know that my granddad frank Godfrey passed away. And i loved him. I saw him every Sunday and I will never be able to forget that gleam in his eye when he looked at my grandma. He died close to a holiday too, he died 1 day before my aunt”s birthday and exactly one month from my granddad’s and grandma’s anniversary. It’s been hard, but have to keep moving on and pushing forward, and soon, you’ll see the light at the end of the tunnel. ~ best wishes,

  2. Desiree Coulter says:

    I knew Jenn for years and she was the kindest soul I had ever met. She was always helping others any chance she could get. She would give you the shirt off her back if she could. The world lost a special spirit and I know she is now resting peacefully with our heavenly father. She was one of my best friends and I will miss her dearly.

  3. Candace says:

    Jen you left us two years but there isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t miss you. Another Soul joins you in heaven today may you find peace together. RIP Jenn and Marc.

  4. Mason says:

    Mom, it’s Mason. I don’t know if people look you up to see your face anymore, but I do. I remember breakfasts and good times with you. I haven’t come to terms with this yet. I missed all the years of love you were supposed to show me, how I was supposed to treat girls, how to dance. You missed my graduation. Marcus’s death. You left me alone and I still love you. I don’t think anyone thinks to talk to you anymore. But everyday I think about you, I visit you just to see your face. I just want you to know, I’m nothing like you. The battles the abuse, the hatred. I have overcome what you programmed me to believe we were. I wish you were here to tell me you were proud, because I’m stronger than what you thought and I’m stronger because of the things you let happen. Sleep well mama. I’ll see you soon.

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