Gertrude Loraine Perry

April 19, 1937November 6, 2018

Gertrude Loraine Perry, 81, of Coldspring, Texas, passed away November 6, 2018. She was born in New Caney, Texas on April 19, 1937. Jack Adrian Perry became her husband on July 30, 1954. Gertrude was a member of First Baptist Church of Coldspring, Texas and had a passion for flower gardening, playing cards and dominos, and watching game shows.

Left to cherish her memories are children: Rhonda Marie Murdock and husband Dennis, Edwin Lynn Perry, Regina Kay Wasson and husband Craig; grandchildren: Elizabeth Sibley, Eddie Perry, Justin Perry, Adrian Perry, Lanie Colbert, Evvie Lugo, Abigail Roberts, Frances Roberts; great-grandchildren: Viggo Perry, Ethan Sibley, Ruby Lugo; siblings: Harold Knox and wife Janie, Marlena Duelm-Miller, Jeanne Knox York and husband David.

Family will receive friends for services at Brookside Funeral Home, 13747 Eastex Freeway, Houston, Texas 77039. Visitation will be from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, November 9, 2018; funeral service at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 10, 2018 with the interment following in Brookside Memorial Park.


  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, November 10, 2018

Gertrude Loraine Perry

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Adrian Perry

March 28, 2019

My Grandma meant the whole world to me. She was the only grandparent i had. Me and her were really close. I remember when i was 6 years old when my grandma took me down to the lake during the summer we made up a song called Were going to the beach. We sung that song all the time. My grandma made the best Banana Bread ever. I remember watching the Family Feud and all of her game shows with her. I miss her so much. I love her with all of my heart and soul. I know ill see her one day soon. As a christian its never goodbye its just ill see you soon.

Cheryl Teel Gurule'

November 10, 2018

Words will never be able to express the sadness that is felt at the loss of Your Mom, Your Best Friend And A Woman I Grew Up With All My Life, I would like to share some happy moments of my favorite memories. So many Friday nights zooming down Rankin Road heading over to The Perry’s for our Parents to play dominoes. Your Moms radiant face, big smile, and always the happiest of all the laughs greeting Us. “Ya’ll Come On In” . The adults playing dominoes, drinking coffee & as always Shipley’s donuts. When any of Us kids would beg for one and our parents said no, we could count on Your Mom Saying “ oh let em have it, what’s it gonna hurt”. We played all over her house and she never yelled at us for anything, like most parents would. She hugged us coming and hugged us going. We grew up our whole life with the Perry Family, traveling vacations, visiting each other’s families homes regularly and attending church together. Your Mother was always an entracate part of our lives until we grew up and jobs took us else where. I remember the last time I talked to her on the phone, it was just as if I had seen her the day before and the conversation just picked up and flowed. This is how I will always remember YOUR MOTHER. So, no matter how our lives change over the years we as people are still the same. OUR HEARTS NEVER FORGET. Love To You All -Cheryl Teel-

Tina Myers

November 9, 2018

I am so very sorry for your loss. We will continue to pray for the entire family. Unfortunately we will not be able to attend the funeral for Aunt Gertrude as mom is still in the hospital and won’t be discharged in time. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Hope to see you all soon! Hugs!! ❤️

Kitra Diehl

November 8, 2018

So sorry that you have lost your Mom and Grandmother, sending you our sympathy.

Debra Sissell-Phillips

November 8, 2018

My prayers are with the family. I know there is so much rejoicing in Heaven ! So many of our Pinemont family are walking those golden streets.