Complaint: This guy is not to be trusted, my opinion — a shady, seedy co-defendent. (Numerous wrongful death suits.) They say time heals all wounds, but when it’s an elderly person who dies in a nursing home (Juanita A. Jackson), it’s not so easy to forget when it’s one of your loved ones. After having to live with the agony and death of a loved one, I finally decided to become proactive and find out for myself whether this scumbag, Edgar D. Jannotta Jr (a k a Ned Jannotta Jr) and his philanthropist-wannabe wife, Erika Pearsall, were victims in the whole nursing home scandal, or are they really slick con artists who when the tables turned pretended to be victims. My opinion, they chost the phony victim route. I have made it my life’s work to get to the bottom of this pair (as in Para-sail – Pearsall, ha, ha, ha) to find out the real story behind the scandal. My opinion is that wannabe philanthropist Erika Pearsall — who if you Google her, has a position with the well-known World Wildlife Foundation (worldwildlife.org) as executive committee co-chair for the Jackson Hole Community Foundation Board and also sits on the board of Center of Wonder, which supports the arts and creative education — is a woman who will do anything to get what she wants and who has no moral compass. Ned Jannatta and Erika Pearsall in my opinion will do anything to live and pretend to be much wealthier than they are. As my loved one, Juanita lay withering away and eventually died in a nursing home connected with this family, they’ll never know the heartache and sorrow they caused. The phony duo will do whatever to live a lifestyle they desire. Remember, Ned (Jr) Jannotta, grew up in the shadow of his father. It’s my understanding that daddy doesn’t see eye to eye with Jr. At the end of the day, Ned Jr is no Jed Clampett. At least Clampett had a heart and a soul. Ned Jr, apparently, does not. He’s just a hustler with no heart and with a short memory of all the wrongful death lawsuits he was named in and then tried to pretend to be a victim of. But I see through him. Don’t let this phony exterior fool you. As you can see from the pictures below, even the home they live in, as you can see by the sign, which says Pearsall-Jannotta, puts his homely wife first while she tries to maintain indivuduality and cracks the whip on ol’ Needy Ned. Their lavish lifestyle comes with a great deal of guilt. Don’t let the facade fool you. I will have much more to say about this soon.
Tags: Nursing Homes
Address: Teton Village, Wyoming United States