Margaret Pearle Scholle was born on October 2nd, 1930 in Regina, Saskatchewan. She was given her first name by her mother Margaret Miriam Usher. Her father was Denford Wesley Curtis. She was shaped by her mother to become the person she became.
Pearle loved to go to the temple to take names and do temple work. Family history is a joy to her. Pearle had hobbies which included scrapbooking and creating books for her sons. She loved to read and read many books.
Family gatherings meant a lot to her, like birthdays and special holidays including Christmas and Thanksgiving.
Making homemade chocolates was her specialty. She took pride in maintaining her yard and buying and planting flowers.
She loved being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was a great example of discipleship.
Pearle worked hard by holding down to full jobs to pay for missions for her sons and grandchildren. She is a pillar of light and an amazing woman for what she did throughout her whole life.
Survived by her sons, Richard Edward Jr., Wayne Keith, Brian Curtis, and Dale Allen. Her daughters-in-law were treated like her own daughters, Laksana Lamjaroen, Kit, Marie, Gill, Cathy, Teresa Jean, and Yukari. She Cherished her grandchildren and her great-grandchildren, Oliver Andrew, Edmund Ty, Melisha, Corrina, Daniel Robert, Stephen Joseph, Adam Peter, Benjamin Jacob, Spencer Thomas, Aaron Wayne, Mary Elisabeth, Heather Lynn, Matthew Curtis, Christopher Allen, Wesley David Timothy Jacob, and their spouses, Andy Souvannaleuth, Jessica, Ashley, Kennan, Emily, Kevin Tyler, Flavia Lima, Jaime Katherine, Janae, Sarah, Katie. Great grandchildren, Cooper Jaxon, Aurora Jane, Blazer Jones, Datsun Joseph, Landon Jay, Everly Rose, Jericho Malachi Allen, Kaitlyn Ann, Kalani.
Pearle wanted to leave a message to the family to obey and follow the commandments. There are consequences for good and bad decisions so always make good decisions. I love each and everyone of you and only wish the best for you in this eternal progression of life. Her spirit will be forever in our hearts…
Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 4 at 12 noon at the Midvale 7th Ward, 8350 Jackson St., Midvale, with a viewing from 10:45–11:45 am. Interment, Midvale City Cemetery.