Perry DeLester Glascoe
April 26, 1955 – October 14, 2018
Perry D. Glascoe, 63, of Bloomington, died unexpectedly in his home on October 14, 2018. He was the son of Clovis and Mary (Dyer) Glascoe. Perry was a graduate of Bloomington South High School and Ivy Tech. Perry worked for Bell Telephone for many years, Indiana University and at the local Cracker Barrel for several years. He was a friendly outgoing man who loved to crochet, listen to music and work on his computer. Perry is survived by his sister and her husband; Kay (Robert) Blaker, two nephews and their wives; Bobby (Leta) Blaker and Mike (Karen) Blaker, his great nephew Joshua Blaker and his great niece Emily Cessna. He is also survived by his loving companion Sarah Young and several cousins. There will be a private graveside service in Valhalla Memory Gardens, Bloomington. Deremiah-Frye Mortuary, 700 W. Gourley Pike, Bloomington, IN is entrusted with arrangements. Online condolences may be given to the family at www.DeremiahFryeMortuary.com.
- Private Graveside Service Thursday, October 18, 2018
Perry DeLester Glascoe
March 21, 2019
Gary and I knew you and Perry from 1983 thru 1987. We were the apartment managers at Stonehenge Apartments. Gary was in Optometry school. I remember you and Perry taking me to the airport to meet up with Gary while he was on a rotation. You made me a doll that I still have today. We loved you two. We were talking about you two recently and were looking you up. We were sad to see Perry’s obituary. If you remember us please email me! firstname.lastname@example.org
October 19, 2018
Kay, Sarah, and Family, I was so sorry to hear about Perry. He was a true friend to me for so many years when I lived on First Street. Kay, you probably won't remember me, but I met you when Perry and Sarah had a party at Stonehenge Apartments where I lived, and Perry presented his mother with the little dog that she had for so many years. I remember that he was fond of his nephews, and talked about them a lot. And I remember how he loved Honda Preludes, which is how we met to begin with, as we both drove them. I wanted to go to his memorial service to extend my sympathies, but I saw that it was private. Sarah, I am so sorry for your loss. You and Perry were together for so many years, and we all had many good times together. I know his passing will leave a hole in your life and in your heart. Are you still in the house on First Street? Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you. I still live in Sherwood Oaks.
I'm glad Perry had the love and support of his family and a special friend like Sarah. I will always have good memories of him. My sympathies to you all.
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