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Oliver H. Perry
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Birth: May 6, 1917
Humphreys County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Aug. 21, 2006
Butler County
Ohio, USA

PERRY, Oliver H. Age 89 of Monroe, Ohio passed away Monday, August 21, 2006 at his residence. He was born May 6, 1917 in Waverly, Tennessee to Oliver H. and Betty (Sinks) Perry. Oliver was owner and operator of Perry's Fabric and Upholstery in Hamilton, Ohio. He attended the Solid Rock Church. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Eleanor Perry in 2004; daughters, Louise Schmidt and Pat Mullins; sons, Dan Perry and Wayne Perry. He is survived by sons, Dale (Vicki) Perry of Waverly, TN and Rick Perry of Monroe, OH; daughter, Darlene (Lawrence) Bishop of Monroe, OH; 19 grandchildren and many great grandchildren; brother, Wilburn Perry of FL; sisters, Irene Perry of FL, Jean Swihart of FL and Kay Gabbard of Waverly, TN. Visitation will be Thursday, August 24, 2006 5:00 to 7:00 pm at Baker-Stevens Funeral Home with services following at 7:00 pm with Pastors Lawrence Bishop and James Mullins officiating. Graveside committal services will be Friday, August 25, 2006 at Richlawn Cemetery in Waverly, TN with Pastor Donald Smith officiating. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Darlene Bishop Home for Life, 904 N. Union Road, Monroe, Ohio 45050. Baker-Stevens Funeral Home is serving the family. Published in Hamilton Journal-News on August 23, 2006 
Richlawn Cemetery
Humphreys County
Tennessee, USA
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Record added: Feb 25, 2012
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Oliver H. Perry
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