Wilson W. Perry

wilson perry
Wilson W. Perry (Age 91)

Born in Richmond, VA on June 18, 1916.

Wilson was called to be with Jesus on November 12, 2007. Mary E. Perry, his devoted wife of 71 years, survives him. His loving children also survive him, Marie Fortner of Chesapeake, VA, Wilson E. Perry and his wife Carolee of Chase City, VA, Gloria A. Kempter of Hedgessville, West, VA, Dan Perry and his wife Kathy of Cross Junction, VA, and John Perry and wife Judy of Cross Junction, VA, 10 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren and 5 great-great grandchildren. Wilson was service manager at addressograph Multigraph in Washington, DC for 15 years. He later opened and managed his own print shop in Falls Church, VA. He also operated a printing repair business for about 20 years and earned the nickname "Mr. Offset" He will be loved and missed by all. In lieu of flowers, a contribution to Blue Ridge Hospice would be greatly appreciated.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Wilson Perry was my grandfather. I have many fond memories of our time together. Grandpa taught me many life lessons (even though I didn’t know I was being taught). I’ll always remember how excited he and I would get when he began to tell one of his scary stories. When you say, “one of a kind,” grandpa represented this expression. I’ll miss his smiles, laughs, and words of wisdom. Respectfully submitted, Little Jen Jen (Jennifer Milotte)

  2. I will always remember Pappy as a special person who had the gift of making simple things extraoridnary He Blessed my life with his wisdom, generosity, and love. I treasure each moment that was spent with him. Things never to be forgotten are sitting in the recliner, oreo middles, peach jam, and 3 eyed dingalings(and other spooks).

  3. Dad, I’ll always remember your wit and humor and that little gleem in your eyes. I’ll never forget my first visit to to the “farm” and you had us all laughing til our sides ached about my footed red long johns and that with those you didn’t have to worry about a chastity belt. Being in this family has been a honor and you have taught me to look at each day with a smile. Very Respectively, Kathy

  4. Dad, I will always remember your incredible view of life and making me see that I could achieve whatever I set out to do. The hard work and feeling special seem to go together. One of the last things I said to you was, do you love me as much as I love you and you said, probably alot more. You gave me so much happiness and now its time for your reward. I Love You Dad. Your little girl, Glowsy Mosey!

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