Jeannette Lilian Pearmine (6 Jul 1930 - 16 Mar 2021)

Funeral Service

Eltham Crematorium Crown Woods Way Eltham SE9 2AZ
23rd Apr 2021
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin Mottingham

In loving memory of Jeannette Lilian Pearmine, our beautiful and much loved Mum, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Sister and Mother-in-Law who passed away on Tuesday 16th March 2021.

Born in Bermondsey on 6th July 1930 to Annie & William Stoffell, the second of four children. The family moved to Mottingham SE London when Jeannette (Jean) was 5 years old. She met Ron Pearmine when she was 17 and they were married in 1951 the day before her 21st birthday. They had 3 children, Jean was devoted wife and mother and their home was a very happy one. Visitors were warmly welcomed, there was lots of laughter and singing and many parties. They were married for 53 years, Jean taking care of Ronnie when he had heart surgery in his forties and during his later years living with dementia.

Jean was an active part of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary church in Chislehurst. She was on the Steward's rota, part of the cleaning team, on the flower rota, a member of the Mother's Union Committee and volunteered in the Churches Together charity shop.

Our mum, Jean, was a warm and loving lady who would quietly lend a helping hand to anyone who needed it. Our loss is heavens gain and her memory will forever be the beating heart of our family.

Rita Gayton wrote

To my dearest Jean,
Cherishing all the love and memories forever.
Miss you so much.
Love you always
Rita & Harry

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Ray Harris wrote

Treasured memories of you darling Mum,
Of your love, gentle guidance and your beautiful smile,
remain as the heartbeat of our family.
Love always
Cheryl & Ray

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Nick Pearmine wrote

God bless you Mum,
You gave me everything and asked for nothing.
I'm everything because of you.
Forever in our hearts
Nick & Angela

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Anne & David Fisher wrote

You are my heart, my guiding star, my role model and inspiration. You've always been part of my journey but I can't be part of your new adventure.
You are that part of me that loves the best. I know that you are safe, happy and well so I must let you go now.
God Bless you
Love from Anne-Lorraine & David

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Cheryl Harris wrote

To a Very Special Lady

I came into your life 40 years ago as a stranger. You welcomed me and my two children unconditionally and we became part of your family.

You gave to me the gift of your wonderful daughter Cheryl who I will cherish all my life.
Together we were blessed to give you two wonderful grandchildren who you loved and cherished.
I loved you and Ron as my own Mother and Father.
Over the years we spent so much time together, including some wonderful holidays.

Jean, there is so much more I would like to say about the love, affection and care that you gave to all of those you loved. Finally, I'll miss all the songs we used to sing together and will always remember them and think of you.

You will be forever in our thoughts.



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Jeannette Lee wrote

With loving, fond memories of my darling Auntie, your lovely smile, your gentle ways, your love of family, these are just some of things that will remain in my heart forever, Jeannette 💕

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