Be the first to share your favorite memory, photo or story of
This memorial page is dedicated for family, friends and future generations to celebrate
the life of their loved one.
We ask on behalf of the family that you keep your comments uplifting and appropriate
to help all who come here to find comfort and healing.
Obituary for Pearl B Jensen
Pearl B. Jensen age 91 of Luck, passed away on Sunday, June 10, 2007 at her residence. Pearl was born on September 15, 1915 in Osceola Township Wisconsin to Henning and Ruth Carlson. She was the oldest of seven children and was both baptized and confirmed at Bethesda Lutheran Church in Dresser. She married Leonard Chinander in 1937 and had two sons, Allen and Wayne. After Leonard’s Death in 1965 she moved to Luck and Married Carl Jensen. Carl passed away in 1990 and Pearl continued to maintain her home in Luck. Pearl was a familiar face in the Luck Community including the Senior Citizens Center, Pioneer Home and the Luck Schools. She was an active member and longtime caretaker of the DBS Hall. Bone Lake Lutheran Church was a very important part of her life and she was involved in many church activities. She loved people and she always had a smile on her face. Her positive attitude about life served her well. Pearl is survived by her two sons Allen Chinander of North St. Paul, MN and Wayne (Barbara) Chinander of Fort Dodge IA; former daughter in law Jeanine Gehrke of Mesa AZ; 4 grandchildren, Terri Vasquez, Todd Chinander, Tami (Dean) Swenson and Jason (Jackie) Chinander; 6 great grandchildren, Corey, Heather and Sean Vasquez, Riley and Olivia Swenson and Mira Chinander; 1 Great Great Granddaughter Alexis; brothers Donald (Lorene) Carlson, Dean Carlson and Arnold (Jane) Carlson. She was preceded in death by her parents and two husbands; sister Evelyn Hoiby; brother Leon Carlson; and infant sister Fern; and special friend Earl Scott. Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, June 14, 2007 at the Bone Lake Lutheran Church with Rev. Mark Hall officiating. Burial will be in the Sand Lake Cemetery by the Bethesda Lutheran Church in Dresser on Thursday with Junior Hoiby, Roger Hoiby, Craig Adair, Todd Chinander, John Erickson and Dean Swenson as pallbearers.