Curtis P. Pearson

Curtis P. Pearson, 34, of East Providence passed away on Friday, April 17, 2020 at Rhode Island Hospital.

Born in Boston, MA, he was a son of the late Philip Ferriabough and the late Louise Pearson.

Curtis was an Underwriter for Mortgage Master. He was a distinguished football player and Captain of the Middleboro Cobra’s. He was well loved and respected by many. He had a welcoming personality and a smile that could light up a room.

He leaves two sons, Curtis Pearson, Jr. and Cameron Pearson, one brother, Darnell Pearson, one niece, Alora Pearson, his maternal grandmother, Earlean Pearson and Paternal grandmother, Emma Ferriabough and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

His funeral services will be held at a later time.


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Vanessa and Daniel B. from North Providence wrote on May 7, 2020 at 10:53 am:
Curtis, we didn't know you very well, and we wish we got to know you better at the family weddings and cookouts and parties, because it seems like we truly missed out on knowing a remarkable wonderful person whose positive light and energy spread to everyone. What happened to you was extremely unfair and I am still in disbelief for your family and friends. Rest in heaven!
Ningolo from C-Road wrote on April 30, 2020 at 8:02 pm:
My lil brother forever. It hurts everyday that you are gone. Everyday I strive to be better because I know that’s what you would want me to do. Your presence will always be felt in my families life. You will NEVER be forgotten. I love you and I’ll see you soon. I love you! RIP Ps. I hear u calling me a B**** every time I cry for you and that’s okay.
Serena McLeod from Plantation, FL wrote on April 24, 2020 at 3:36 pm:
Curtis you will truly be missed. You were always funny and cool to be around. Thanks for being a great boss and a better friend. You will truly be missed. RIP old friend #JWU
Gerald Price from Providence wrote on April 23, 2020 at 10:36 am:
Hello Curtis, it give me peace to know that ”To be Absent from the Body, is to be Present with the Lord” so I will celebrate your life and hold close my memories of my time in your presence. You will truly be missed my Brother ... until we meet again!
Crystal Paquette from Springvale Maine wrote on April 22, 2020 at 9:30 am:
My baby brother.. I will miss you. Love you. Love one of your big sisters!
Lisa Demarais wrote on April 22, 2020 at 8:40 am:
I too had the pleasure of working with Curtis at Mortgage Master. Curtis, your family and friends are in my thoughts and prayers. Your Mortgage Master friends are heartbroken. You will be missed. Lisa D
Shemekia Pearson from Worcester wrote on April 21, 2020 at 11:41 pm:
You made me laugh, you named me shemy... nothing but happiness. Rest peacefully you will be missed!
Nevaeh Cooper from New Bedford wrote on April 21, 2020 at 8:28 pm:
Curtis, I looked at him as if he was my brother and it’s sad that he had to leave so soon. I remember him being so excited for my sweet 16 and was the 3rd person to accept the invite. Although we always bullied each other it was all out of love. Just wanted to say I hope that he watches over me through my career of Softball and even though he won’t be physically there at my sweet 16 he will be there spiritually. I love you and you will never be forgotten in my heart🕊❤️
Gary Schoener (Shoes 88) from Waltham wrote on April 21, 2020 at 5:22 pm:
Curtis my friend. I'm going to miss you my brother. You were such a respectable man and a phenomenal teammate & we had many great years together. Your Silverbacks brothers and I are going to dearly miss you and we are going to forever cherish the memories we all created together. You came up one generation later than most of us but even though you were the young one, you had all our respect from day one from how you carried yourself and how you always had an infectious smile that seemed to have a moral boosting effect. We will miss you brother! We love you and may you rest easy & may your 2 boys carry your name with pride! R.I.P #62.
MICHELE XAVIER from ATTLEBORO wrote on April 21, 2020 at 2:19 pm:
Curtis, Thank you for being a ray of light and for igniting just that little bit of hope in my heart. Thank you for making me smile again. So many of the posts I've seen say something similar--you made people feel better by just being your warm, charming self. As I write this, I think about how hard you were working on yourself, and I am certain that had this ugly virus not claimed you, you would have succeeded in being everything you dreamed. None of this is fair, Mr. Pearson. Still with all the lives you've touched you will never be forgotten. That is a promise. Thank you for being my friend. Rest in Peace. Ms. Xavier
Susan Schenck from Fall River wrote on April 21, 2020 at 1:01 am:
Curtis, the first time I realized that the Pearson brothers were going to become part of our extended family is the day that my newest employee came into my office and asked me why there was a picture of “Buff” on my desk (James and Erin). JJ explained that his best friend, Curtis, was the younger brother of Darnell, James’ best friend. And just like that you all became family to our clan. When I think of you I will always smile because you were always smiling and laughing. The Oliver gatherings will forever be a bit quieter now but we raise a glass in your honor. Know that your children and your brother are always going to be part of our family and we will make sure they are part of our gatherings from now on. Rest easy
Carmen and Jose Rivera from Pawtucket wrote on April 20, 2020 at 11:56 pm:
Curtis, cannot believe your gone, your smile, your jokes, I will miss the most. Although I don't drink, I'm gonna have to take a little drink in your honor, since we did not get that opportunity for you to get me drunk for the first time! Rest easy my friend! Love you! 💙
Anthony Pickett from CUMBERLAND wrote on April 20, 2020 at 11:32 pm:
Sorry for your loss sending my condolences
LL wrote on April 20, 2020 at 11:04 pm:
Where to begin CP. You came into my life so unexpectedly and I will never forget every single moment we had together. You were always the best person to talk to and it didn’t matter if things weren’t going well, you always put a positive spin on it and showed me how to appreciate everything that we had. You were an amazing dad and did the best you could and never put yourself first...ever. Thank you for your smile and showing me how to love again. I miss you every day and have no regrets.🧡
Tracey Ravello from Providence wrote on April 20, 2020 at 10:13 pm:
My condolences to the entire village! You will be missed beyond words!!
mack wrote on April 20, 2020 at 10:07 pm:
Curtis words cant even describe the heartache and how much im going to miss you. You were such a special person and ive never met anyone like you and I dont think I ever will. Your sarcasm made me smile because you were always just so kind and funny. The last time we talked you texted me “dont be a stranger lets talk once a week” because you knew how much you meant to me and how much I valued you. Im so thankful I was able to know you and have the bond that we did. You always knew how to help when I needed it and always gave me the best advice that I will live by every single day. I wish I was able to talk to you one last time to say good bye but I know you will watch over us and visit again! Until we meet again❤️ #62
Paula Frost wrote on April 20, 2020 at 9:42 pm:
I had the pleasure of working with Curtis at Mortgage Master. I extend my heartfelt condolences to his family. He always had a smile on his face. RIP Curtis.
Burnett Perkins from Brockton Mass wrote on April 20, 2020 at 9:30 pm:
My heartfelt condolences love and prayers to you Darnell and family. Our favorite family DJ. Love you!!
Cat from Fall River wrote on April 20, 2020 at 9:22 pm:
Curtis I don't even know where to start. You came into my life just when I needed you and you left way too soon. With everything that has been going on we didn't get hang out but, the smile that you put on my face with your daily phone call will never be forgotten. In the short time getting to know you I learned what a great man you were. From your morals and values, the way you talked about your sons, your sarcastic sense of humor and your kind loving way you impacted my life and restored my faith in humans again. I feel so fortunate for our last conversation. It is something I will hold close to my heart forever. I find myself grabbing my phone every morning looking for your text but instead just reread the old ones. I hope you're at peace looking down on your boys. Until we talk again, rest easy sweet man. #62 forever.
Aunty Jeanette from East Providence wrote on April 20, 2020 at 9:18 pm:
O man. What can I say. I will truly miss you Uncle Curtis. It will definitely not be the same. Don't worry I will keep laughing and dancing for you when I come together with our family and friends. I will never let that light dull. Here is too another aunty and uncle hug in heaven. Rest in peace love always aunty Jeanette , John & little Andre