Myra passed away Saturday June22/19 in Saskatoon.
Myra was born July 20th 1932 in Elfros Sk.
She later moved to Prince Albert to live with her sister Beth and continue her schooling.
In her late teens she married Bill Pearman & they raised there 5 children on a farm south of Prince Albert.
When her circumstances changed when she was 40 and she had to start a new life on her own, she showed everyone what a hard worker and remarkable business woman she was.
She went to P.A. Business College and took a book keeping course in order to support herself.
That was just a start with her new job, she was now able to take nursing, beginning by correspondence and finally finishing it in Saskatoon & Toronto.
Her nursing career took her to Saskatoon, B.C. and the N.W.T. Her last nursing post was at Montreal Lake First Nation, where she made many lasting friends who loved to come and visit nurse Myra after she retired, when they were in Saskatoon
Myra was always very proud of her kids and loved to think back on the early years with her family on the farm
When the grand kids started to come along she turned into an absolute unapologetic cereal spoiler.
In 2012 Myra was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and had to be moved to a nursing home,
of course she fought that every step of the way which was no surprise to anybody that new her.
She resided there until her passing
Myra is survived by her Son-Kim [Julie] Daughters-Dana [Bill Doran] Zoe [Glen Lipsett]
Grandchildren-Chad & Scott Pearman, Christopher & Chelsea Pearman, Cody Powell, Katlyn Dirk and Benjamin Pearman.
Myra was predeceased by the father of her children Bill Pearman, her sons Rory & Harold Pearman.
Donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Society.
Just remembering my grandmother, one of the most colorful people I have ever known! Rest in peace granny.
Dear family. We are so sorry for your loss. I first met Myra at P.A. Business College in 1966 and then got to know you all better when Orest’s sister Julie married Kim. We have many fond memories of all the family. God bless you all.