M. Pearl Weatherston Madison

She was born in 1918 in Plano. Idaho. Pearl was the third child born to Heber J. Weatherston and Mabel Christina Hemsley Weatherston. Pearl Weatherston Madison passed away Monday, March 16, 2020 in St. George, UT. Pearl attended Madison High School and graduated in 1936, then attended Beauty School in Idaho Falls, ID.

She met and married Mark Adam Madison in 1939. Their marriage was later sealed in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Los Angeles Temple in 1959. Pearl was an active member of the Church and served faithfully in several capacities in both her Ward and Stake, including both Relief Society and Primary.

Pearl was an accomplished artist. She also loved golfing and working with her roses. She dedicated her life to her daughter and grandson. She moved to St. George and enjoyed a happy retirement with her husband, Mark until his passing in 1989.

Pearl is survived by her daughter, Patricia Madison Bauman (Robert Bauman, Sr.) and grandson Robert Ian Bauman. Pearl is preceded in death by her husband, Mark, as well as many loved ones.

Pearl lived by the advice she gave everyone, “There is enough bad in this world today so look for the good and you will find it.”

Graveside services will be held Friday, March 20, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. in the St George City Cemetery. Family and friends are invited to sign her online guestbook at www.spilsburymortuary.com

Due to Federal mandate regarding COVID-19, Spilsbury Mortuary is limiting physical attendance at the services to immediate family only until further notice.



Second Visitation




2:00 p.m.
St. George City Cemetery
650 E Tabernacle St,
St. George, UT 84770

Guest Book

7 Responses

  1. What a great lady. Was our neighbor when we moved to St George in 1995. Always had a smile and a treat for our kids.

  2. Pearl was a wonderful lady. One of the first friends that I got to know when I moved into the ward in 1980.

  3. So sorry to hear of Pearl’s passing. What a wonderful woman she was and she was always so nice and friendly. She seemed to be sharp even after her 100th birthday. What a great example to us all. Loved her.
    Virginia Joy

  4. Dear Patricia and Robert,
    Our hearts are with you and we would be there to hug you if we could. Please know that we will be thinking of you and our dear Pearl tomorrow as you go through such a tender time. I’m so grateful to know that she and Mark are together again and she an Eva are having a wonderful reunion. We have a long history with your family and we are so thankful for the good memories that we share. Love and Blessings,
    Tom and Patsy

  5. We will truly miss you Aunt Pearl, you were so fun to visit and so Sweet to me and my children Sage and Maddie. We always enjoyed coming to visit you from Medford Oregon. We wish we could be there today. We Love you.

  6. I love her more than words could ever say. She saw the good in everything and never had a bad thing to say about anyone. I am so blessed to have a lifetime of wonderful memories with her.I will miss her every day, especially her laughter!

  7. Aunt Pearl, I will miss you so much. I’m sure you, Uncle Mark, Grandma & Grandpa are all together again, having a great time and playing pinochle. I love you all.

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