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STELLICK, Pearl Joyce

STELLICK, Pearl Joyce

Pearl Joyce Stellick, born August 11, 1937 in Penticton, BC to Tom and Violet Hooker, passed away on June 24, 2019.

She leaves behind her children Randy and Robin (grandkids Sydney and Kenzie); brother Al (Sharon); nieces Elaine (Tom), Karen (Michael) and Maureen (Mike); sister-in-law Rose; nieces Jenny (Ian) and Julie (Chris); and numerous relatives and friends – too many to mention. Pearl was predeceased by her brother-in-law Lyle.

Mom is now at peace with the Lord, joining Dad who passed away in 2018.

Pearl held many team and individual records in basketball, soccer, and track & field while attending Summerland High School. She worked for Vancouver Supply Co., and later for Mitsubishi Canada, where more friendships were made.

Mom enjoyed golfing, coffee with the ladies, and family gatherings.
Many thanks to the doctors and caregivers, especially the staff at Moog & Friends Hospice in Penticton. God bless you all.

A memorial gathering will be held at noon, Saturday August 24, 2019 at The Royal Canadian Legion(Branch #22), 14205 Rosedale Avenue, Summerland, BC.

Arrangements are in care of Everden Rust Funeral Services, West Kelowna Arrangement Centre (250)768-8925.

Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.everdenrust.com.

Link: www.everdenrust.com
Condolence Messages
  • Jul 06, 2019
    I've only known Pearl for 1.5 years and in that time I shared daily coffee breaks with her. She truly was an amazing, thoughtful woman and touched my heart as a kindred spirit, I truly and deeply miss her.
    Randy and Robin, Sydney, Kenzie you are truly blessed to have such an amazing mother/grandma she loved you with all her heart and was so proud of you all.
    We will see you on August 24.
    Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
    Marilyn Hunter
  • Jul 05, 2019
    I had only met Pearl once when through her son Randy, she invited me for Christmas. She was a beautiful soul and my thoughts are with Randy and Robin. Wishing peace and good memories.
    From, Nicki Bolivar
  • Jul 03, 2019
    I've only known Pearl since joining the golf/coffee ladies a few years ago. I must say that she was one of the nicest women I've ever met. I never heard her say an unkind word. She always said good things about her husband, her kids and other relatives. She loved everyone dearly. When I learned of Pearl's passing I was worried that I'd miss the memorial service because I'm going to be away for a week in early July. Ironically, I will be unable to attend the service in August because my husband and I are going with some of our family to watch the Blue Jays play the Mariners in Seattle on August 24th. I know that Pearl would understand because baseball was a big part of her life with John. My condolences to the family, Gail Glasscock.