Valley County, IDGenWeb Project
Riding his trusted mount Jazzman and chasing his beloved dog Rat, Alan F. Pearson of McCall passed on to greener pastures July 18, 2012, from complications due to Hodgkins lymphoma of the liver, with his dear friend and fellow rancher Robin by his side.
Please join us on Sunday Aug. 12, at 4 p.m. at the beach in Ponderosa State Park in McCall to celebrate his life. Bring your favorite memories to share. Oh, and “Give yourself a Hug!!”
Alan joined his sister Cindy and parents Robert and Constance Pearson on their Camarillo, Calif., ranch on Aug. 30, 1940.
He attended the Ojai Valley Boys School, Oxnard High School, and Utah State University where he graduated with a B.S. degree in agriculture with a minor in hell-raising at the Cactus Club in Logan.
Alan`s first real job was selling Gerber baby food. He also worked as a repo man focused on recovering large equipment such as airplanes, tractors, and trucks. He really did not enjoy this job as he felt he was taking away from families.
From there he went on to a career in real estate, becoming a Realtor and real estate investor in California and Idaho.
Alan spent several years in Sun Valley having fun and selling real estate. He made his way to McCall in 1989 where he bought a beautiful ranch below Jughandle Mountain, which is where he lived until his death.
Alan enjoyed travelling to Thailand to visit Peter and his family and a trip to Chile with Cami. He enjoyed dinners with friends, Fox News, boxing and he always had a horse or two at his ranch for the kids to brush and ride. He is blessed with too many great friends to mention.
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