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Everett Wood Perry

February 24, 1940June 10, 2020

Evans, Georgia-Mr. Everett Wood Perry, retired Master Sergeant (MSG) U.S. Army, went to be with the Lord on June 10, 2020. Everett was born on February 24, 1940 in Newport, RI to Alphonso and Jessie Rose Perry. He served over twenty years in the United States Army with the Signal Corps, where he earned a Bronze Star for his service in Vietnam in 1973. He continued to serve his country faithfully as an Instructor at Fort Gordon in Satellite Communications as a Civil Servant. Everett was preceded in death by his daughter, Jeraldine Perry-Dobbs; and brothers, Allyn and Norman Perry. His survivors include his wife, Mija Perry; daughters, Laurie Perry Fischer of Dracut, MA, Jacqueline Perry Davis of Grovetown, GA.; son, Jason Everett Perry of Harlem, GA.; brother, Bruce Perry of Portsmouth, RI; sister-in-law, Jung Ja Park; niece, Hyeji Park; nephew, Jun park; seven grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Memorial services with military honors will be held at 11AM, Saturday, June 13, 2020 at the Korean First Assembly of God at 3704 Belair Road Augusta, Ga 30909.


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    Saturday, June 13, 2020


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Jessica Jordan

June 13, 2020

So sorry I didn't get a chance to contact you as much as I would have liked to and share more memories with you due to family issues but as a god daughter to you I loved you so much and the last words you expressed to me were....."Jessica, if there is anything you ever want out of life you have to get off your tail and go get it because no one will just give you anything and if they do believe me sweetheart it will cost you and sometimes bigger than you expect...you are a pretty young lady so always let your attitude show that." I love you for that so much and I WILL MISS YOU...MY ONLY GOD DADDY ....MY MR.PERRY.


M Perry

June 12, 2020

Grandpa Perry,

I love you and miss you. I wish that we spent as much time together while I was an adult as we did when I was a child. I'm sorry I didn't come around a whole lot after that. You really taught me a lot about yard work, power tools, measuring things properly, and you always made sure Jun and I had a melon pop or a tapioca candy or a soda after we did some hard work with you. Something I do in my own home with my child as well. I am so glad that you are at peace, but selfishly I am sad for Grandma Perry and the rest of our family for having lost you. My one regret is that I never really talked to you about your life; what I do know I heard from Dad and Aunt Jackie. That's okay. I will talk to you soon in one of my quiet reflections sitting outside in nature. Hopefully by then you'll be all settled into your spot in heaven!

With Love,
M. Perry

Susie Perry

June 11, 2020

I don't know if my last post I put up went through so I am going to say it again. I will never forget Uncle Everett all dark and handsome and his beautiful asian wife. I remember them coming for a visit when I was little to Kings Park and I said to myself oh my my goodness my mother has a handsome brother. I am sending my condolences to the family I'm so sorry for your loss please accept my deepest sympathy.

Susie Perry

June 11, 2020

I always remembered Uncle Everett as call dark and handsome man. My last memory of him was him coming to Kings Park to visit one year when I was a little girl I remember he had a beautiful Asian woman on his arm. I will never forget that. I want to send my deepest condolences to Uncle Everett's family maybe he Rest in paradise I am so sorry for everybody's lost it was a great man. Love Susie Perry

Jacqueline Perry Davis

June 11, 2020

Daddy, I miss you already! Thank you for raising me the way you did. I am stronger and a hard worker like you taught me. I will always carry you in my heart. Thank you for keeping us kids together growing up. Thank you for marrying momma, she is the best! I love you Daddy.

Jason Perry

June 11, 2020


Quite proud to be your son!!! I am proud to carry on the Perry name and your ways in many things are my ways as well. I will miss being able to call you with questions about electrical, wood work, plumbing, etc... I will also miss our coffee mornings a couple times a month. I will miss you pops, but you will carry on through me.

Love ya,

Jason Everett