Pearl L. Jones

Pearl

Pearl L. (Mrs. Robert) Jones, age 87, of Faribault, died on Monday, August 16, 2010 at the Lake Shore Inn Nursing Home, Waseca.

Funeral services will be held at the Boldt Funeral Home on Saturday, August 21, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. with the Reverend Elden Eklund officiating. Interment will be at Maple Lawn Cemetery, Faribault.

Visitation will be at the Boldt Funeral Home on Saturday for one hour prior to the service.

Pearl L. Karow, the daughter of Louis J. and Alice P. (Beese) Karow, was born on August 6, 1923 in Deerfield Township, Steele County. She married Robert F. Jones on May 2, 1942 in Faribault. He preceded her in death on March 18, 1981. Pearl attended Morristown High School and was employed by Sheldahl of Northfield as a fabricator. She was active in the Textile Workers Union and the Democratic Party. She also served as a scout leader, she was a member of the McKinley PTA and a past member of the Eagles Auxiliary. Pearl enjoyed being a Foster Grandparent at McKinley, Garfield and Roosevelt Schools, quilting, playing bingo, antique shopping, gardening and many other hobbies and interest.

She is survived by three children, Janet (and Edmund) Lozon of Faribault, Robert (and Kathy) Jones of Faribault and Alice (and William) Berghoff of Waterville; eight grandchildren; eight great grandchildren; three step great grandchildren; three sisters in law, Betty Karow of Owatonna, Helen Newman of Morristown and Helen Jones of Faribault; and several nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Robert; one son, James "Jim" Jones; two brothers, Louis Karow, Jr. and Harold Karow.


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Name: Jim (James) Bahe
Email: jmba68@aol.com
Date: Saturday August 21, 2010

Memories

So sorry to hear of your mom's passing. I worked with Pearl for many years and it was also many years ago at Sheldahl. Your mom was then in what was called Pete's dept. She always had a great sense of humor. She will be missed. I also worked wih your dad years ago at the Canning co. and he was equally liked. They must have made a good and interesting pair. Not long ago Stu Chester told me he also knew your mom and dad and socialized with them. On behalf of all of we former Sheldahl employees I extend our condolences...

Name: Judy Molloy
Email: mjmolloy1@gmail.com
Date: Thursday August 19, 2010

Memories

I always enjoyed visiting with Pearl - I can still remember her voice and her laughter. I looked forward to Christmas card adventures for both of us. She worked hard and enjoyed life and family and friends - I am so sorry for all of her family for their loss. A million memories and the closeness of your family will bring you strength. May the love and support of your friends and family carry you past this difficult time. love, Judy

Name: Molly McShea
Email: mcshe015@d.umn.edu
Date: Wednesday August 18, 2010

Memories

I grew up in Faribault and went to Garfield Elementary. When I was second grade a wonderful lady named 'grandma Pearl' would come and volunteer in Bonnie Becker's classroom where I had the pleasure of getting to know Pearl. She was so very kind hearted and we had a connection. She would bring me little trinkets, especially on holidays. She knew I was very proud of my very Irish family and never forgot me on St. Patrick's day bringing me things with four leaf clovers on it. When I was in fifth grade I had Mr. Lozon for a teacher, as well as Mrs. Lozon as a substitute teacher -- I was always sure to have them say hello for me. They were some of my favorite teachers, and Pearl was a great classroom grandma. I am very sorry for the loss of her and I will never forget Grandma Pearl!

Name: George and Helen Young
Email: pawstrudy@gmail.com
Date: Wednesday August 18, 2010

Memories

We met Pearl through Harold and Nancy Karow when they lived in Missouri many years ago. We became friends at first sight, Pearl was so easy to be friends with. Such a fun loving lady that we had many laughs with. Some people you meet you can forget just as soon as they leave your sight, but not Pearl she was a friend for life. Pearl had such a great sense of humor and enjoyed all of her family and friends. Such a very special lady and friend to all that had the honor of knowing her. With love to all of her family, George and Helen Young Galena, Mo.