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Norman, Eva and their son Kent farm the place Christian bought in Stocking Precinct in 1901.
THE OBITUARY - NORMAN A. PEARSON
Norman August Pearson departed this live to begin his new life in Jesus Christ, on November 25, 1999 at his home. He was born to his parents Carl O. Pearson and Milsa M. Ekdahl Pearson on August 5, 1919 on a farm near Swedeburg, Nebraska. Heended elementary school and high school in Swedeburg and started farming the family farm when he was sixteen years old.
On August 17, 1952 he was married to Eva L. Wilkins in Arlington, Nebraska. Together they farmed in the Swedeburg area for their entire married life.
Norman was a long time member of Grace Lutheran Church of Swedeburg. He was baptized at Grace on May 24, 1924 and confirmed on October 14, 1934. He served on the Church Council and also on the Grace Lutheran Cemetery Board. At the time of hiath he and his wife Eva were active members of Bethlehem Lutheran Church of Wahoo. He also served for a time on the Swedeburg School Board District #109 and at one time was a member of the Stocking Township Board. Norman also served on the Farmers Co-op Elevator Grain Board.
He is preceeded in death by his parents and two brothers Lloyd Pearson and Malvin Pearson. Norman is survived by his wife Eva of Wahoo, one daughter Mrs. Penelope Henriksen and son-in-law Allen of Norfolk, one son Kent and a daughter-in-law Lie of Wahoo, three grandchildren, Joel and Hayley Henriksen of Norfolk and Kendra Pearson, and one sister Mrs. Mildred Erickson of Wahoo.
Norman was a man who loved his grandchildren very much, had a positive outlook on life and because of his wonderful sense of humor and outgoing personality he enjoyed visiting with everyone.
We commend him to the care of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and ask God's comforting hand to be with his family and many friends.
Taken from funeral bulletin.
5 Aug 1919
Swedeburg, Saunders County, Nebraska
25 Nov 1999
Wahoo, Saunders County, Nebraska
29 Nov 1999
Sunrise Cemetery, Wahoo, Saunders County, Nebraska