Mr. Perry taught himself how to play the piano at age 3, a skill he loved and used to entertain many of his family and friends. Mr. Perry was Valedvictorian of his high school class. During his life, he worked as a teacher and principal. He also was an avid car salesman for Ford Motors. Mr. Perry served Active Duty in the army for two years where he was a radar Tectnician during the Korean War. He enjoyed spending time with his family, fishing, cooking, crossword puzzles and kareoke just to name a few. Mr. Perry was known for being a selfless, intelligent, caring and loving man. Mr. Perry also loved his friends dearly as well.
Words can't describe how much we are going to miss him.