Pearl M. Reynolds

  • Born: July 2, 1927
  • Died: March 12, 1912
  • Location: Franconia, New Hampshire

Pillsbury Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium

101 Union St
Littleton, NH 03561

Tel. (603) 444-3311

Tribute & Message From The Family

Pearl M. Reynolds,84,Littleton, passed away Monday March 12,2012 at Lafayette Center, Franconia,N.H.

She was born in Waltham, Mass., moved to East Thetford and then at 12 years old moved to Littleton where she lived for the next 72 years.
Pearl enjoyed bowling and bingo and made many, many friends and aquaintances at those pastimes. Pearl worked at Woolworths, The Sewing Basket and Ruggles, and her most enjoyable employment was at Porfido's where she worked until she was 78 years old.

Pearl is survived by two sons, Gary from Arizona and Brad from Florida; a sister, Bea Gadbois from Littleton; 3 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.

There will be a memorial service July 27, 2012 at Horsemeadow cemetery, North Haverhill,N.H.


Condolence & Memory Journal

I was very fortunate to have met Pearl and considered a friend of hers for some 30 years. Pearl always though she was so blessed and couldn't understand why so many people cared about her, but you know when you're so caring and giving of yourself as Pearl was it all comes right back to you. She was an unbelievable lady. I will miss her monthly phone calls just to to talk. Be at peace and enjoy your new life.

Posted by Jim Lindorff - Atlantic Beach, FL - Friend   April 16, 2012

It was a somber moment but one I will never forget. I was to pick Pearl up to attend Mr. P's funeral but my Jeep sits up very high and as it was summer I had removed the doors and top. I expressed my concerns to Pearl about her getting into my rig. Her response? "If I can get into Brad's truck I can certainly get into your Jeep!" So up and in she went, I buckled her down, promised not to take any sharp corners, and down the road we went! That was Pearl... always ready, willing and able! My worst regret was not getting a picture. Pearl was a class act and I will ever admire her old school work ethic. Like showing up for work extra early every Sunday morning so she could put the papers together and get the coffee going. She was a thoughtful and considerate lady who worked hard all her life and didn't complain about it! I will miss her sense of humor. It was a privilege to know her and call her my friend...RIP Pearl, I will miss you

Posted by Jenn Kimball - Lunenburg, VT - friend   April 13, 2012


Pearl was a one of a kind person.She was precise, classy, honest. She never forgot a family birthday or anniversary. She always showed genuine concern and interest for our family, even during her last days when she was very sick.
She was old school and her word was gold. She took pride in everything she did. Pearl always seemed to view the glass as half full and always could find the good side of any situation or person. She was like family to us and will be forever missed by us all.

Posted by Frankie & Julie Porfido - Littleton, NH - Friend   April 11, 2012

I don't think I will ever play bingo or see a dish of pistachio ice cream without thinking of Pearl She was a lady and a dear friend. I miss her.

Posted by Betty Rodrigue - LasVegas, NV - friend   April 11, 2012