Audrey Paro Perrett
September 11, 1937 – August 31, 2018
Audrey Paro Perrett, 80 of Huntsville, AL passed away on Friday, August 31, 2018.
Paro Perrett, 80 of Huntsville, Alabama passed away on Friday, August 31, 2018. He was born in Hazlehurst, Mississippi on September 11, 1937. He is preceded in death by his parents Audrey and Fannie and his brother Bill Perrett. He is survived by his wife of almost 58 years, Joyce; daughter Cindy Seale; sons Steve and Mike Perrett; grandchildren, Sara Seale Myers, Connor Perrett, Jason Seale, and Gabe Perrett. He loved playing golf and spending time with his family and grandchildren.
Paro was a member and served as an usher at First Baptist Church. He was and active member of Lakewood Civitan Club where in he enjoyed participating in their many projects. He coached Little League basketball and baseball for many years when his sons were growing up.
Paro graduated from Mississippi State University in 1959 with an Electrical Engineering degree. He started his career at Brookly Air Force Base in Mobile, Alabama, where he met and married Joyce. They moved to Huntsville in 1966 and he worked for the Army in several different offices for 39 years.
You may visit with family on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 at Valhalla Funeral Home from 11:00am until 12:pm. Funeral services, officiated by Minister Mark Seanor, will begin at 12:00pm in Valhalla's Chapel. Interment will immediately follow at Valhalla Memory Gardens. Please leave fond memories and condolences for the Perrett family at www.valhallafunerals.com.
- Visitation Wednesday, September 5, 2018
- Funeral Service Wednesday, September 5, 2018
Audrey Paro Perrett
have a memory or condolence to add?ADD A MEMORY
receive updates when new memories are postedRECEIVE UPDATES
September 8, 2018
First, to the family my condolences. Paro mentored me to run the ARC contract when I worked at SMDC. He taught me well about that contract. I also recall him stopping for cigarettes on that Nov 89 day at the drug store when the tornado hit. The boy warning him died... he got between the coke and Pepsi machine and survived. I told him when he told of this that this may be God’s way to quit smoking. I believe he did soon thereafter. He was a fun guy to work with. I am sitting here watching my Penn State team play Pitt and something told me .... check bing.... thinking of Paro I checked to see if he was still alive...... I was saddened to see this .... and I missed the service..... I work in MDA now.... soon thinking of retiring myself.... but I will let others know who knew Paro. God bless you all.