Niagara Gazette


June 27, 2014

Robert L. Pearson

NIAGARA FALLS — Robert L. Pearson, 71, of Niagara Falls, NY, died June 25, 2014 in Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center.

Born November 26, 1942 in Pigeon Creek, AL, the son of the late Johnnie Pearson and Lester Mae Crittenden.

Robert was a lifetime resident of Niagara Falls, NY. He served in the US Air Force and after his honorable discharge he was employed and retired from Carborundum Co.

Surviving are three children, Robert (Sonya)Pearson, Charleen and Demetria Pearson, both of Rochester, NY; grandchildren, Zana Pearson, Jada Phelps, Redia Thomas Pearson and Shiasia Kelly; great-grandchild, Loyalty Pearson; god brothers, Baron (Slim) Hall and Ray Portet; a guardian angel, Beverly Polk, and his faithful companion, Angel.

Visitation, Monday 11 AM in the WILLIAMSON FUNERAL HOME, 635 Main Street. Funeral to     follow at Noon. Burial, Oakwood.

Visit for online guest register.

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