Dad on the Bridge of the Kincardine 1945
William Janes Pearce
  • 71 years old
  • Date of birth: Aug 14, 1921
  • Place of birth:
    London, Ontario, Canada
  • Date of passing: May 14, 1993
  • Place of passing:
    Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Let the memory of William Janes be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, William Janes Pearce, 71, born on August 14, 1921 and passed away on May 14, 1993. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Mollie McKibbon on 15th May 2016

"Dad, I wonder what you would think about our being pastors in the Baptist church. I think you would like that because Grandma and Aunt Ada were Baptist.  I miss your encouraging words, Dad.  I like to think of you and Mom in heaven together praising God and waiting for us.  Love always, Mollie."

This tribute was added by Mollie McKibbon on 14th May 2015

"Dad, you would be surprised that you are the great grandfather of 9 great grandchildren: Michael, Owen, Kaytlyn, Eilish, Emma Lee, Tyler, Cameron, Maxwell (he has your smile), and Fionntán.  Wouldn't you be proud!  I am trying to be a good Aunt, Dad, and now I guess I am the oldest in the family - the matriarch so to speak.  Love you and miss you. - Mollie"

This tribute was added by Mollie McKibbon on 15th May 2014

"It is hard to realize that 21 years have gone by since Dad passed away.  I miss you, Dad.  You could always make me laugh.  I tried to make you laugh a little in those last months.  We didn't always understand one another, but in spite of that, we loved each other.  I was always proud to be your daughter."

This tribute was added by Mollie McKibbon on 26th April 2012

"Dad was a wonderful story-teller, especially when it was a joke on himself.  Dad made many sacrifices for his family.  He loved having family around him, especially the babies.  Dad was a man of organization and order, shipshape Bristol fashion.  Dad loved Mom and was never shy to show it.  He hated to leave her, but he trusted her and wanted the best for her.  His life was too short."

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