Pearl Richardson

Pearl Amelia Richardson (Blower)

August 22, 1944 - June 2, 2021
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"Your good deeds will always lead you to a good life"

Pearl Amelia Richardson (née Blower)
August 22, 1944 - June 2, 2021

It is with immense sadness that our family announces the unexpected passing of our mother at the Pembroke Regional Hospital on June 2, 2021. Pearl accompanies her husband Jim of 57 years who passed away February 13, 2019, to be together again. She will also reunite with her loving parents Chester and Sylvia, and sister Doreen.

Born in Guildford, England and came to Canada in 1946. Pearl was the mother of three biological children, but was a mother to many extended family members. She was our confidant and anchor. Through tough times and good times she always had something positive to say. "If you have nothing good to say, don't say it." We will all miss our daily or weekly chats with her, and her cackling laugh. She was a fun loving, kind, strong willed and generous woman.

Pearl was very proud of her children and grand children. She loved spoiling the grand children and her dog Willow (whose groceries cost more than hers). She loved her TV series, lottery tickets and placing bets on sporting events with her son. She was a responsible shopaholic (wonder where we all get it from).

Will be missed deeply by her

Children: Christine (Adrian), Beverley (Paul), Bill (Tracey), Willow
Grandchildren: Dustin (Rénee), Summer, Hayley (Phil), Joshua, Austin (Cassie), Liam, Lochlan, Kris, Jamie
Great Grandchildren: Walker, Laken, Hudson, Adeline, Ariel, Aria
Sisters: Margaret, Eileen
and the extended Blower & Richardson families.

Final care and arrangements have been entrusted to Zohr Family Funeral Home, Eganville. As per Pearl's wishes, cremation will take place. A celebration of life for Jim & Pearl to take place July 16, 2022, on what would have been their 61st wedding anniversary in the Pembroke area. Final plans to be determined. In memory of Pearl, Please consider a donation to the Canadian Diabetes Association, the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the charity of your choice. Tributes, condolences and donations can be made online at
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Tracey Richardson

Posted at 09:11am
I am so saddened by this loss. This is devastating to me, as I have recently lost my own mother. Pearl was also like a mother to me. Jim was also like a father to me. I will miss all of their great stories of days past and all of their adventures together. I will remember all the love and kindness that she has shown me. She always had a sparkle in her eye and was full of laughter. She has never judged me which made me truly happy. Jim and Pearl showed me so much support these past years. I am so happy that she got to spend Christmas with us in 2019, where we went on a multitude of shopping excursions together. This is so devastating to Bill and the kids and it is hard to believe that this happened so fast.


Posted at 08:42pm
Sending Warmest Condolences to the Richardson Families & the Blower Families.
Pearl has left many memories in the hearts of you all. She will be remembered for all she gave to others.
Rest In Peace Pearl. 🕯

Sheldon Richardson

Posted at 09:54am
My sincere condolences to Christine (Adrian), Beverley (Paul), Bill (Tracey) and their families for the loss of their dear Mother. Condolences also to the Blower family, Richardson family and extended families. Pearl was such a wonderful, loving, caring person. She touched many with her kindness, gentleness and compassionate ways. All, who were so fortunate enough to have been a part of her life, have enriched their lives tremendously. She is loved by all and will be missed immensely. Jumbo has called her home. Forever in our hearts.
Sheldon & Nick

Pennie Baker

Posted at 06:18pm
My thoughts and prayers to Christine, Beverly and Bill (still Junior to me). You 3 were an extension of my siblings as most of my younger years were spent with your family. Myrtle had a huge impact in my life, she was just like a mom to me and loved us as if we were her own. I will miss her stories, her laughter and her heart of gold. Most of all, I am going to miss those surprise letters she would send to me in the mail. We were all lucky to have Myrtle in our lives, we are all better people because of her. May she rest easy, but not sure if that is possible because I can hear Jumbo now “Myrtle get me a coffee” God Bless and until we meet again ❤️

Marg Kerr

Posted at 05:58pm
The loving memories i have of my dear sister, Pearl, are too many to say. But the love surrounding them is abundant. We grew up surrounded with love and it's beautiful to see how she passed that on to her children, grandchildren and extended family. She was overcome with pride, to see how you all grew into the wonderful people you are. But don't kid yourself, she had a naughty streak!
I remember when Pearl and Jim started dating and our mum and dad weren't supposed to know they were dating.I was around 12 and when he would come to pick her up, make sure you know, i was there, palm outstretched, and say "pay up, or I'm telling mum and dad." And Jim would grudgingly push a quarter (big money back then) into my hand. Unless it was at night, then it was $0.50! Later in years, we would reminisce and Jim would always tell me "i should hate you, ya know!" But i would make sure he knew, he was just putting a down payment to ensure a beautiful wife and amazing family. And we would laugh. Pearl and i would talk every day on the phone, or spend hours remembering those conversations, when i would visit her. Words can't express how much I'm going to miss my dear friend and sister Pearl. But i know she's in no pain and standing hand in hand with Jim, who knows he got his money's worth!


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