David Roger Pearson, age 92, of Cambridge, formerly of Isanti, died December 6, 2019 at GracePointe Crossings. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 A.M. Wednesday, December 11 at Strike Life Tributes in Isanti with a visitation one hour prior to the service.
David Roger Pearson was born on February 6, 1927, to Axel and Signe (Krom) Pearson in Isanti, MN. He entered the U.S. Army in 1946 and was honorably discharged in 1947. Dave furthered his education in Kansas where he learned the trade of plumbing and became a member of the Plumber’s Local Union 15 where he was a member for over 50 years. He and Marlys Seymour were united in marriage in 1952 and had two children and made their home in Wayzata for 38 years. In May of 1994, Dave was married to Dorothy Mattson. They lived in Isanti for several years before moving to Cambridge in the fall of 2016. Dave was an avid wood-working craftsman and enjoyed making various wooden projects for friends and family. He also enjoyed wintering in Arizona, fishing, and completing puzzles with Dorothy. Due to declining health, Dave moved to Grace Pointe Crossing in June of 2019 where he died on December 6, 2019. He is preceded in death by his first wife, Marlys Pearson; his parents, Axel and Signe Pearson; his older sisters, Eva Strike, Elsa Donaldson and Ethel Kluck. Dave is survived by his wife, Dorothy; children, Pam (Brian) Bosshart of Paynesville, MN, and Mark (Debra) Pearson of Maple Plain, MN; step-children, Deuane (Diane) Mattson of St. Paul, MN, Dennis Mattson of Isanti, MN , Annette (Tim) Akers of Isanti, MN, Dan (Lucy) Mattson of Lakeville, MN, Karen (Joe) Grover of Brainerd, MN; 11 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. We wish to thank the comforting care and concern that Dave and our families received at GracePointe Crossing. Blessed be his memory.
Denny and Sandy Sunde says
What a precious man of God. We have good memories and will see Dave again in Glory as he sits at Jesus’ feet. Denny and Sandy Sunde
Tim Akers says
Dave the many hours of sitting with you watching your transformation from this temporary world we live to our forever world with God that we look forward to made me a stronger person in faith! Thank you Dave for the way you took care of Dorothy and everyone else in your like. You are truly missed! ❤️🙏
Britni Akers says
I love you Dave and am glad I got to experience life with you in it. You were the only grandfather I knew on my moms side and I’m glad our paths crossed in life. I will never forget the times I sat in your bathroom cutting your hair and the conversations we would have. You were a great man to my grandma and I will never forget you.
It was hard to see you go but I am happy knowing that you are no longer in pain as it was terrible just seeing you go through it. I cannot imagine actually living it.
Until we meet again you will forever be in my heart and Kamdyns.