Rick R. Pearce
It is with deep sorrow, pain in our hearts, much love, and cherished memories that we share with you the passing of our dear loved one Rick Pearce. Rick passed away on Wednesday the 17th of November, 2021 at the age of 63.
He leaves behind his wife Cindy Pearce, Daughter Whisper Dawn Easley, son Richard Thomas Pearce. Grandchildren Aurora Dawn (Heath/Nicky), Ricter Auron, Kaden Micheal, Sky Elizabeth, Kiara Evangaline, and Juniper Wren, Charity Lynn, and Samantha Allene, Great Granddaughter Nova Dawn Hope, Sheylie Chevelle. Brothers and sisters Tina (Frank), William (Theresa), Frank (Alisa), Steve (Tina), Rod (Kelly), Tom (Mary), Ernie (Jenny), Adam (Emily) Shelley (Will), Gayle (Jess), Roxanne, Debbie (Darrel). Multiple nieces, great nieces, nephews, and great nephews, Aunts and Uncles. Many many other loved family members and friends.
Rick loved his family with his whole being. And he loved his people and we were all his people, no matter how long ago he had meant you. He made an impression wherever he went. People just seemed to gravitate to him. He was one of those rare souls that could make life long relationships in under a minute. And deep friendships that last a lifetime in 5 minutes.
He especially loved his grandchildren, great granddaughter(s) and the many other children that were brought into his life by family and friends. He always said it was Cindy, his wife, that needed to have those babies around, but he was just as smitten.
Rick was a true artist; His drawings were as professional as they get. His taxidermy and fish paintings had rare qualities. His music and love of music brought many people together. He was self-taught and learned to play by ear. His voice just captured your attention in a heartbeat.
He truly could do anything in life even if he had to teach himself. Things would pop into his head and before you knew it he was building it. He comes from a long line of inventors. He also came from a long line of miners. Which he enjoyed prospecting every chance he got. If he wasn’t prospecting, he was hunting or fishing. He was in the process of building his own fishing boat. He always had time to help his family, friends and neighbors out. And he loved teaching others the things he had learned. He was an amazing husband, father, dad, papa, G. papa, and bonus dad and papa, uncle, great uncle, brother, son, friend, and with a sparkle in his eye a SOB when he wanted to be.
The world will never be the same without you in it, but we know you are once again taking deep breaths, walking without pain, and that you have the energy once again to do whatever you want. And that you are being greeted by many loved ones. We are sure you are climbing those mountains again, sitting by a river bank, and enjoying singing and playing music and entertaining everyone we love in heaven. We will all see you soon. You will be deeply missed.
For I reckon that the suffering of this present time is not worthy to be compared to the glory which shall be revealed in us. (Author unknown)
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Cremation arrangements entrusted to the care of Rosenau Funeral Home, 2826 Addison Avenue East, Twin Falls, Idaho.