Cary Edward Perrine
July 11, 1963 – September 26, 2019
Cary Edward Perrine, 56, of Cocoa, Florida passed away Thursday, September 26, 2019. Born in Benton, Illinois, Cary first joined the Army before serving in the United States Air Force. He received an honorable discharge from active duty after 9 years of service including 2 years in Desert Storm/Shield. He remained in the Air Force Reserves 920th Maintenance Squadron and worked at Patrick Air Force Base as an Engine Manager for 15 years where he made many wonderful friends. He moved to Florida in 2004 from Layton, Utah. As was his father, Cary was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Illinois. Cary was the happiest spending time with his family, fishing, boating and watching movies. He was a dedicated father and coach who never missed his two sons’ baseball or football games. He spent the last two years traveling to Missouri to proudly support Scott & Connor playing football at Culver Stockton College.
Cary will be deeply missed by all but especially by his wife of 25 years, Charleen Perrine; Peggy (mother); Scott (son); Connor (son); Breanna (daughter); Renee (sister); Damon (brother); Taylor and Randy “Bub” (grandchildren) and many extended family and friends.
A Celebration of Cary’s life will be held 2:00pm Sunday, October 6, 2019 at Coastal Community Church, 5795 Falcon Blvd., Port St. John, Florida 32927.
- Go Fund Me Page
- Celebration of Life Sunday, October 6, 2019
Cary Edward Perrine
October 5, 2019
Cary, Thank you for all of your hard work, time, and dedication in coaching DOGS 'R' Us
(Mean Green) team. You were an awesome Coach and will be dearly missed by everyone
From Norma Hueston
Luke Schoenfielder and Family
October 4, 2019
Charlene, Connor, Scott and family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. We feel so blessed to call Cary a friend. We will always cherish the time we spent together tailgating, cheering and loving our Wildcat family. God Bless you and always know we are only a call away if you need anything. Kris, Eva and Luke
October 2, 2019
Thank you, Cary, for taking on a team of 15 women last year and coaching them with patience, kindness, and fun. Your girls on Mean Green miss you so much!