05 May 2017

RIP Donald E Perry

Donald E Perry
I am heading to Canada to bid farewell to my father. He lived a full and honorable life. Thanks Dad.
Perry, Donald E. – Peacefully with his family at his side on Wednesday May 3, 2017 at Albright Manor, aged 90 years. Beloved husband of Dianne. Predeceased by his first wife Miriam in 1994. Dear father of Grayce Perry (Bob Norris) of Elora, Barbara Rose Perry (Gord McDiarmid) of Kingston, Joan Perry of Charleston, South Carolina, Shirley Perry of Edmonton, Sally (Fred Cleary) of Woodstock, Bob Perry (Elaine) of Dunville, Roger Perry (Catherine) of Beamsville, James ( Valariena – Syiemlieh) Perry of Shillong, and Jeffrey Canales. Also Dianne’s children Darlene (Rob) Knott, Jeffrey Knudsen, Suzanne (Nick) Komandanski and Patrick (Leoni) Knudsen. Also survived by 32 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. Brother of Eugene Perry, Ralph (Joyce) Perry, Mabel (Richard) Taylor and Myrna Perry. Predeceased by Mary Wark, Charles Perry and Amy Halls.

15 comments:

  1. Sorry for your loss, safe travels.

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  2. I am sorry. He left behind quite a family.

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    1. He did indeed. He was one of eight and had eight children.

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  3. I left a comment for you on FB, but this man deserves another accolade from me. I am so sorry that I never got the chance to meet him, although I loved the photos of a past visit plus the tales of your childhood and family. What a wonderful role model and one that would be duplicated by others.

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  4. How good that you were able to see him in the past few years. He was a handsome man and he lived a good life.

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  5. He lived an amazing life. So sorry to hear of your loss, Joan. May he Rest In Peace.

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    1. Thanks Low. He did live a full life.

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  6. Blessings for your daddy's transition to spirit, dear Joan. And love to you and your big family.

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  7. May his memory be eternal.

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  8. rob eades2:58 PM

    We need a reason to smile.I for one, loved the pics of your dad with the family's pet monkeys! :)

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    1. Yes. That is a good one :)

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