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 Pearl Louise <I>Jacobson</I> Burton

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Pearl Louise Jacobson Burton

  • Birth 29 Dec 1927 Albert Lea, Freeborn County, Minnesota, USA
  • Death 5 Aug 2013 Osceola, Polk County, Wisconsin, USA
  • Burial Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA
  • Plot section 15 -2335
  • Memorial ID 118055133

Parents:
Lloyd Conrad Jacobson
Alma Beatrice Bleckeberg Jacobson

Spouses:
Clarence Jess Burton
Victor Donald Moore

Siblings: (more)
Ann Jeanette Jacobson Thompson
(Angie)

Paternal Grandparents:
John M. Jacobson
Louise Olson Jacobson

Maternal Grandparents:
Thomas J. Bleckeberg
Emma Thoreson Bleckeberg

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** In Loving Memory of Pearl **
Pearl is loved, missed and will be remembered in our hearts forever. Pearl was a beloved Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Daughter, Sister, Aunt, Cousin, God Mother, Best Friend and so much more. Pearl passed away peacefully in her sleep at her apt in Osceola WI. It was unexpected as she had overcome many medical issues previously and appeared healthy. Pearl talked much about feeling blessed that she had a long
life. Just months before she passed away
this writer had the honor to spend time with
Pearl talking about her life and family history.
She always shared Family history with Family
and was an excellent Family historian.
She was working toward planning her
next bus trip to her favorite vacation
place Branson Missouri and attend the
many Country Music events there.
Pearl was active in her new Senior
apartments and had many friends. She spent
time with her friends at her building.
She looked out for her "elderly" friends
making sure they got their groceries, etc.
Pearl was a strong woman of Faith.
Pearl talked about Thanking God for
her life and many blessings.
Knowing Pearl was a blessing in the
lives of all who loved her or knew
her. Pearl graciously overcame some
hard times during her life.
Pearl had overcome some major medical
issues including cancer that was life
threatening. Pearl was being treated for
some new skin cancer spots on her face
when she passed away that were early
stage and her doctor had treated her.
She had previously undergone chemotherapy.
She lost her hair during her chemo, thus
the pictures of her with hats. Her hair
grew back. She was planning for more trips.
Pearl was proud of her children and grandchildren. She loved her Family and Friends. She had a big heart, was great listener and always there to help anyone who needed her. Pearl was that favorite aunt, sister that everyone desires, best mom, grandmother, godmother, best friend and so much more. Pearl was a pleasure to spend time with. She loved her country western music, travel - especially tour bus trips to Branson, reading & romance novels, sewing, crafts, but most of all Pearl loved of all her family and friends. Pearl is survived by her children, grandchildren, siblings, nephews, nieces, many relatives and friends who loved her. We will cherish our fond memories of Pearl forever.

Pearl grew up in S. Mpls MN. Pearl lived with
her Parents, three sisters and one brother.
Pearl attended South High. Pearl and Victor
both had relatives in Mpls MN. Pearl met
Victor in Mpls MN. Pearl later moved
to Wisconsin with her husband Victor and
their children. Pearl married Victor in
1945 in Centuria Polk Co. Wisconsin.
Victor grew up in Centuria Wisconsin.
Pearl and Victor lived in S. Mpls MN
for a while. They lived near her family and
Victor's Siblings in S. Mpls MN. They
moved to Centuria Polk Co. Wisconsin and
lived there area many years. Victor had
relatives in Polk Co. Wisconsin. Their
older Wisconsin home was once a
rural Post Office. Their neighbors home
was once a school house. They lived down
the road from Victors Mother Theresa
(Tressie) Peach Hopkins and Victor's
Step Dad who raised him, Roy Hopkins.
Victor's Father died when Victor was
a baby. They spent much time with many
of Victors Family. They lived down
the road from the St. Johns Cemetery.
Their home was in a remote area
out in the country near many farms.
Pearl was always a gracious hostess.
She welcomed Family to stay with
their Family who traveled from
"Twin Cities" or elsewhere. There
were always welcome guests in her
home. Pearl was a "social butterfly"
and a delight to spend time with.
Nephews, nieces and her children's
friends, other relatives always
felt welcomed by Pearl. Pearl was
great with children and always
made you feel special. Pearl
was that special person who
was a gracious hostess and always
made sure the children were ok
and enjoying themselves too.
She cooked meals, shared her music,
spent quality time including reading with
children. And playing her Country
Western Music. Pearl and Victor often
had a house full of visitors. Family,
Friends, her children's friends were
always welcome in Pearls home. Pearl's
kindness is forever remembered by all
who knew her. There was a small
cemetery next to their house and
a Lutheran Church across the
road. Pearl and Victor divorced but
remained very good friends the rest
of their lives. They continued to
be together at family gatherings. Victor
attended funerals and family gatherings,
events with Pearls Family. Pearl attended
funerals and family gatherings with Victors
family.Graduations, weddings, birthdays, etc.
They loved each other very much. Pearl
remained close to Victors family. They
were together for their children's events
and gatherings and other family events
that their children may not have attended.
Pearl re married to Clarence Burton
in 1979 in Balsam Lake Wisconsin. Clarence
was a kind, nice man. Pearl and Clarence
lived in Luck Wisconsin. Clarence preceded
her in death. Pearl had many careers
throughout her life. Pearl worked all her life.
She was a working Mom. She was active
in her community and her children's lives.
She worked in Nursing Homes, factories,
other jobs. Up until just years before
Pearl passed away, as a Senior Citizen,
she worked at Walmart in St. Croix
Falls Wisconsin. Just up until Pearl
passed away she was active with other
Seniors in her apt... making sure other
seniors had a way to get their groceries
in her new- used van... gathering for events,
attending flea markets. For a short time
when her car needed many repairs she gave
up her vehicle... She was too independent
to not have her own transportation and
was so proud of her van... She gave up
her house in later years to move to an
apt.. She made the best of apt living
and enjoyed it because she was so active
with friends in her building. She was
social with many of her neighbors.
Pearl remained living in
Wisconsin the rest of her life.

Pearl's Celebration of Life Services
were held Aug. 24 2013 at the
Fristad Lutheran Church in Centuria
Wisconsin. Many of Pearl's Family and
Friends gathered to honor Pearl's
Memory and her Life. She was loved by many.

Pearl's Obituary Online in The Sun Newspaper
of Polk Co. Wisconsin
Aug. 14, 2013.
** Pearl L. Burton **
Pearl's Obituary sites her Marriage
to Victor Moore in 1945 at
the St. Johns Lutheran Church in
Centuria. Pearl remarried to Clarence
Burton Dec. 29, 1979 in Balsam Lake
Wisconsin and they resided in Luck Wisconsin.
Her Obituary sites some of her many
occupations including most noted her
work at the Arden Hills MN Arsenal,
Nursing Homes in Frederic and Centuria
Wisconsin, Stockleys Canneries and
her last position in the Health and
Beauty Dept at Walmart in St. Croix
Wisconsin. Pearls Memorial Services
and photo were hung up at Walmart
Employees lounge in St. Croix
when writer stopped by Walmart on
the way to her Memorial Services.
Pearl's Team Member Friends at Walmart
shared some of their good memories
about Pearl with this writer.
(More family info, names in her
Obituaries)

Pearl's Obituary is posted via the www Grandstand Funeral Home website.

Pearl was preceded in death by her Children's Father Victor Moore, her parents Lloyd and Alma Jacobson of Cambridge MN and her second Husband Clarence Burton. Pearl is laid to rest with her beloved late Husband Clarence at the Fort Snelling National Cemetery.

Pearl and Clarence are laid to rest in
the area of the Cemetery next to
the smaller Twin Cities airport.

Pearl's Paternal Great Aunt was Pearl
Jeanette Jacobson.

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Minnesota Birth Index:
Pearl Harriet Jacobson
dob: Dec. 29, 1927
born in Freeborn Co. MN
Fathers Surname: Jacobson
Mothers Maiden Name: Bleckeberg
Certificate: 1927- 09533

( to note: transcription error.
Pearls middle name was Louise,
her family provided this, her
headstone has middle initial L.)


Pearl's bio in progress. Family history,
photos written Memorial tributes welcome.



Family Members


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  • Created by: d lester
  • Added: 2 Oct 2013
  • Find A Grave Memorial 118055133
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Pearl Louise Jacobson Burton (29 Dec 1927–5 Aug 2013), Find A Grave Memorial no. 118055133, citing Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA ; Maintained by d lester (contributor 48245311) .