Orin Pearson

Orin Pearson left this earth too soon as he passed away Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2021, at the age of 28.

Orin was born Sept. 19, 1993, in Cody to Janene Walbert and Brian Pearson. He was loved by his four sisters; November, Tasha (Natasha), Ellsa and Tessa.

In the fall of 2015, Orin met the love of his life, Jessica Jean Stanworth. They were married in June of 2016. Orin always wanted to have a son that he could teach how to fish and rock hunt. Orin and Jessica were blessed with a beautiful baby boy, Declan, in March of 2020.

Orin would have been a proud papa to another baby boy come November 2021.

Orin was an avid fisherman. He loved to go out on a Saturday or Sunday with his wife Jessica and fish to his heart’s content. Fossil hunting and rock hunting were other peaceful pastimes that Orin enjoyed, and he loved to share that passion with his friends, wife and son. 

Orin was a diehard Dallas Cowboys fan. His favorite band was ICP, and he often listened to their music. They inspired him to write poems and write his own raps. Orin was a great cook and often cooked for his family.

Orin is survived by his wife Jessica Jean Pearson, his two sons Declan Orin Pearson, and unborn child (due November 2021); his mother, Janene Walbert; his father, Brian Pearson; his sisters, November Parkins, Natasha Pearson, Ellsa Walbert, and Tessa Walbert; and his grandmas, Cheryl Jones (Grammy), and Wyoma Pearson. 

Orin’s funeral service was held at Ballard Funeral Home on Monday, Oct. 11, 2021, at 2 p.m.

His service is available to watch on Ballard’s Facebook page and a video tribute is available on Orin’s page at BallardFH.com.

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