Meridian Star


February 25, 2013

Ralph Ernest Pearson


    CLINTON — Ralph Ernest Pearson, 90, died Friday.  He was born in Delphi, Ind.  on November 17, 1922 to John Adam and Maude Pearson.  He was a WW II Veteran and member of the Mt. Olive Masonic Lodge in Delphi.

    He is survived by his wife, Martha A. Pearson and three children: Jane Dreher (Ken) of Clinton, Stephen Pearson (Faye) of Marietta, GA and Keith Pearson (Suzanne) of Meridian.  Grandchildren are Chris McDowell, Janine Morgan, Brad Dreher, Adrian Lopez and Stephen Pearson, Jr. and seven great-grandchildren.

    A service will be held at McClain-Hays Funeral Home Chapel in Philadelphia  on  Tuesday at 11 a.m.  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Mt. Olive Masonic Lodge or American Heart Association.

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