Pearl Davis, 78, of Barnesville, died on Monday, May 5, 2014, at Sanford Palliative Care in Fargo, ND. Funeral services will be held 11:00 AM, Saturday, May 10, 2014, at Assumption Catholic Church in Barnesville, MN with Father Gary LaMoine presiding. Burial will follow in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5-8 PM, Friday, May 9, 2014, at Dobmeier Funeral Home in Barnesville with a Prayer Service at 7:00 PM. Visitation will also be held for one hour prior to the funeral service at the church. Pearl Margaret Erdmann was born on November 11, 1935, to Edward and Florence (Nicklay) Erdmann in Prairie View Township, Wilkin County. She attended school in Barnesville and graduated in 1953. She was united in marriage to Larry on June 7, 1955 at Assumption Catholic Church. For the first year of marriage, they lived in Minot, ND. She did office work at Holland Furnace Company in Fargo. They then began a long life together in Barnesville. For many years, she kept the books and managed the office for the family business, Larry Davis Garage. Pearl's focus was her family and their well-being, and enjoyed the times they spent together at the lake. In her pastimes, she enjoyed golfing and working in her flower gardens. She liked to shop and was dressed to a "T". Pearl was a classy lady, who never left the house without her make up perfect, or a hair out of place. She was a lifetime member of the American Legion and VFW Auxiliary, and Assumption Catholic Church. Pearl is survived by her husband Larry of nearly 59 years; five children: Debra of Fargo, Larry JR (Phyllis) Davis of Barnesville, Diane (Lynn) Hanson of Rollag, Randy (Lynette) Davis of Detroit Lakes, Brenda (Lowell) Bergseid, Kirkland, WA; 12 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren, 4 siblings: Marie Schritz of Apache Junction, AZ, Wally (Sandy) Erdmann, of Bella Vista, AK, Fern (Bob) Ketz of Bella Vista, AK, Donald (Connie) Erdmann of Rollag, MN; and many nieces and nephews. Pearl was preceded in death by her parents, grandson Shayne Erickson, and brother in law Ray Schritz. The family thanks Dr. Thompson and the staff at the Barnesville Clinic, Villa Maria, and Sanford for their tenderness in caring for Pearl. Memorials are preferred to St. Mary's Cemetery.