OBITUARY

Nina Kathryn Perry

November 4, 1946April 1, 2019
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Nina K. (Shoemaker) Perry

72, of Beech Grove, passed away Monday, April 1, 2019 at Franciscan Hospice House in Indianapolis. She was born November 4, 1946 in Louellen, Kentucky to the late D. Harold and Frances Marie (Surrett) Shoemaker.

Nina retired from the City of Beech Grove after many years of dedicated service.

Nina was preceded in death by her devoted husband, Lonnie L. Perry. They were married on January 15, 1965 and were married 46 years at the time Lonnie passed. Nina was preceded in death by brother Harold Bruce of LeJunior, Kentucky and her sister Jacquelyn R. (Shoemaker) Eaton of Martinsville, Indiana. Nina loved her family more than anything. She is survived by her daughter, Jacquelyn M. Perry of Beech Grove; and her son Lonnie L. Perry, Jr. (Brandy) of Indianapolis; Dr. Pedro Santos Canonico of Spain; and Maria I. Lazar (Kevin) of Colombia/New York; brothers, Delton K. Shoemaker and George Shoemaker of LeJunior Kentucky; sister Tammie D. Cochran of Beech Grove, Indiana 12 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren; ; 2 nieces and a nephew

Visitation will be held at Little and Sons Beech Grove Chapel on Monday, April 8, 2019 from 10:00am-12:00pm. Funeral Services immediately following at the Funeral Home. Entombment to follow at Washington Park East Cemetery.

www.littleandsonsbeechgrove.com

Services

  • Visitation Monday, April 8, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, April 8, 2019
  • Entombment Monday, April 8, 2019
REMEMBERING

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Janice Hamblin..Price

April 8, 2019

Have know Nina and her family since childhood..went to the same Church at Willow Grove Baptist Church, with Nina and her family....we went to the same school but she was a year ahead of me.

Tish Boggs

April 3, 2019

We lived next door to each other at Lejunior, Ky. We grew up walking to the school bus together. Slumber parties, talking about boys. You graduated and moved away. Then you came home to tell us about Lonnie and that you were getting married. Sometime years would pass before we saw each other, but we were always friends that kept up with each others life. I will miss you Dear Friend. Tish

Mikie Winn

April 3, 2019

1. I took care of Nina when she needed my help
2. The phone calls we made and when I call I prayed with her
3. She took us to Speedway to get slushies
4. We got along very well
5. She opened her house to us with warm hugs
6. She missed hearing my voice
7. She cared and loved everyone
8. We went to see her at the St. Francis Hospice Center
9. She needed help with her laptop

Conni Feist Kirkham

April 2, 2019

As a neighborhood kid Nina and Lonnie always welcomed us kids to sled down that hill for hours and hours year after year. Nina was my very first patient at the hospice house. It was a pleasure to sit and share memories and take care of her.
God had big plans for your mom and grandma and a friend to so many. You asked me Sunday afternoon to pray with you. It was a true blessing to have you as a patient in your final days. Fly high Nina.....I know Lonnie and you are once again together pain free.

Conni

LaTaya Harris

April 2, 2019

My grandma, my best friend... what can I say?! The memories with you are never ending, I could go on for days. So many hugs, kisses, laughs, and time spent just lying with you & talking. My heart won’t beat the same without you.

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