In Loving Memory of
Lovingly remembered by her husband Tom,
children Shane (Tabitha), James (Jennifer) and Kristie, grandchildren Brandy, Hunter, Sydney, Jayden, William, Kearstene, and Georgia
March 23, 2021
Boundary Trails Health Centre
A private family
graveside service will be held
at Manitou Cemetery.
Donations in memory of Penny may be made to the
Canadian Mental Health Association
930 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg MB R3G 0P8.
In a peaceful Palliative Care Room at Boundary Trails Health Centre with family by her side, Penny Pearce left this world on her terms.
Penny Lea Johnston was born April 22, 1950 to Ed and Helen (Nan) Johnston and welcomed by sister Lynn and brother Larry. She attended school in Manitou where she was a cheerleader and took part in operettas at Nellie McClung.
Penny married Tom Pearce on March 1, 1969. They have three children, Shane (1969), James (1972) and Kristie (1976). She supported her three children while they played ball, hockey, curled, played in the band. “The Starvations”, formally “Skinny and the Starvations” (fun fact for those of you keeping score). She loved to dance and have fun with friends. Her smile was infectious, and she brought joy to so many who knew her. Penny enjoyed crafting, curling, flower gardening and was a beautiful sewer and knitter.
She worked for Income Security for the Province of Manitoba until her retirement.
Penny is survived by her husband Tom, and their three children: Shane of Spruce Grove, James of Red Deer and Kristie of Winnipeg, her sister Lynn and brother Larry.
Penny was very excited when her grandchildren arrived and enjoyed keeping in touch with them regularly. Brandy, William, Kearstene, Georgia (Shane) Jayden (James) Hunter and Sydney (Kristie).
The family appreciates the skilled care of Dr. Millar and the health care team at Boundary Trails Health Centre and the ongoing support of Dr. Martin.
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