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Cemetery

Bethany United Methodist Church Cemetery

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Visitation

Wilkerson Funeral Home and Crematory
Sunday June 30th, 2019
4:00pm - 6:00pm

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Graveside

Bethany United Methodist Church Cemetery
Monday July 1st, 2019
11:00am

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David Stanley Pearman

David Stanley “Stan” Pearman, 83, of Louisville passed away June 25, 2019. He was born May 7, 1936 in Reidsville, North Carolina to the late Johnny and Gladys Pearman. He retired from Kentucky Fried Chicken where he had worked in the International Internal Audit Department. He enjoyed world travel connected with his job. He is survived by his brother John “J.W.” Pearman of Reidsville, N.C., His cousins Chester Comer and Barbara Wiren and many other cousins in North Carolina and Virginia. His longtime friends Thomas Nutter and Glenn Downs. Graveside services will be held 11:00 AM Monday, July 1, 2019 at Bethany Methodist United Methodist Church. The family will receive friends Sunday afternoon at Wilkerson Funeral Home from 4:00 – 6:00 PM.

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joseph stewart Sep 24 2020 11:26 AM

Jane, I am very sorry for you and the family in the passing of Stan I never knew him personally, only through the words of JW, who is my dear friend. Please know you are in my thoughts. Robin Medley

Robin Medley Jul 3 2019 1:23 PM

Did not know Stanley but was well acquainted with his family. My condolences and prayers go out to the family.

Carol Booker Sharp Jun 30 2019 8:11 PM

A candle was lit in memory of David Pearman

Carol Booker Sharp Jun 30 2019 8:04 PM

Stanley became my childhood friend when my mother began to run the Bethany High School Teacherage in 1948. He never liked sports but loved monopoly, Rook, Setback, and Chess. In high school he was a manager and "bat boy" of the baseball team. He often helped his father, Johnny Perman, in the landmark "country store" on Highway 65. His mother, Gladys Outlaw Pearman, was a first grade teacher at Bethany for many years. Stanley quite bright and finished high in his Bethany High school Class of 1954. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and was later graduated from Bowling Green University in Kentucky where he majored in accounting. He remained in Kentucky for his career. He was a lifetime member of Bethany United Methodist Church where he attended Sunday School weekly until he left home for college.

Donald Haynes Jun 30 2019 2:09 PM