George (Tony to me, always…) and Jan,
I am sorry for your loss. Although I didn’t know her well, I liked your mom enormously.
Sending you lots of light and love.
— Laura Scholl
Dear Tony and Jan. I am sorry for your loss. I enjoyed your mom very much. We spent many years together at Skyline HS in adjoining classrooms. Over the years she touched the lives of many students and produced some real genuine scholars. My wife and I visited her often when she lived in Old Farm. I can’t eat a yellow delicious apple without thinking of Pearl. She would always bring me a sack of beautiful yellow delicious apples in the fall and shared a wonderful recipe for apple cake that we still use to this day. When we moved to Sandy forty years ago the first thing we planted was a yellow delicious apple tree that is still bearing. When we visited her at Old Farm we always brought her some apples when they were on. I lost contact with her a few years ago and when the phone number I had for her didn’t work any more, I wondered if she was in a care center, but didn’t know how to reach either of you for I thought Tony lived in New York and Jan was here, but I didn’t know her married name. Had I known which care center she was at, I would have continued to visit her. She will be missed. May you and your families be comforted during the days ahead and know she and your dad are happily together again. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Darrell & Ruth Clegg