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Grady William Perry


Sunrise: February 2, 1956

Sunset: December 24, 2019

Grady William Perry was born on February 2, 1956 to Beatrice and Ernest Perry. He was the baby of 7. He served in United States Army from 1977 to 1985. He earned Army and Overseas Service Ribbons. He was an expert marksman of M-16s and .45 pistols, earning him a marksmanship badge.

Grady married Pamela Staton-Perry and raised two children, Tacorra and Marcus Perry. Pamela Staton-Perry preceded him in death. Grady later married Cheryl George-Perry and helped raise two sons, Thomas George III and Timmy Wilson, three grandchildren Alexander, Alonna and Michael.

Grady was preceded in death by three sisters and two brothers. He leaves to cherish his memories his wife, Cheryl George-Perry; sons, Thomas and Timmy; three grandchildren, his sister, Annie Mae Stacey; brother-in-law, John Dew and a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.

Viewing Wednesday, January 1, 2019 Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 Service Thursday, January 2, 2020 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Granby Chapel Inurnment Albert G. Horton Veteran Cemetery 5310 Milners Road Suffolk, VA 23434

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    Kathleen Veal says

    My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time of bereavement.

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    Thomas George says

    I really miss u pops I wish you were here cause u could tell me exactly what to do miss u like crazy man

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    Thomas George says

    Never thought I would be sitting in the house and u not in here this is hard but I know your energy is with us cause I feel it I love you gp

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    Cheryl George Perry says

    I loved you with my whole heart! Watching you go from direct and joking to being so sick was the hard to do but, the hardest thing to do, was letting you go. But, you are at Peace so, I’m ok. Rest up. I love you.

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    Cheryl Perry says

    I loved you with my whole heart! Watching you go from direct and joking to being so sick was the hard to do but, the hardest thing to do, was letting you go. But, you are at Peace so, I’m ok. Rest up. I love you.

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    Mia Perry says

    I Love you my world greatest uncle .I wish we could have spent more time together ..I know you made it to glory I “see you again Rip/RiH

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    JEAN G. VEAL says

    GOD BLESS, LOVE YOU

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    Annie mae n family says

    My love for u will always be in my heart, we love wish we. Couldve spent more time together. To Cheryl n my nephews i love u, our prayers r with u daily,

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    naomi bowe says

    Cheryl
    sorry for your loss it is the hardest thing to do when you say goodbye to your husband but you know he put in the work and gave it a good fight, we serve a God that knew when the course was done. God promises to make something good out of the storm that brings devastation to you.

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    NewSmartTraveller says

    She enjoyed most of all being a homemaker for her family. She loved to cook and serve others. Her favorite greetings were “Come on in and sit down. Can I get you something?” Mrs. Harper was a faithful member of Eastside Church of Christ until her health began to decline. She will be remembered for her kindness and selfless spirit.

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