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Perry Alan Rosser

July 13, 1958April 26, 2020

Mr. Perry Alan Rosser, 61 of McDonough passed away April 26, 2020 at his home. He was born July 13, 1958 in Jackson, Georgia to Eulee and Janie Rosser. Perry is also predeceased by his brother Terry. He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Kathy Rosser, children, Eric (Erika) Rosser of McDonough, Brett (Cierra) Rosser of McDonough, Tyler Rosser of Covington and Kaylin Rosser of McDonough, one grandson, Asher Rosser, brothers, Randy Rosser, Dale (Linda) Rosser, Neil Rosser and Wayne (Connie) Rosser and several nieces, nephews and cousins. PR's celebration of life will be announced at a later date.


  • Visitation- Sharon Church

    Saturday, May 30, 2020

  • Celebration of Life- Sharon Church

    Saturday, May 30, 2020


Perry Alan Rosser

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Theresa McClain

May 30, 2020

To a dear sweet friend. Many memories of all of us hanging by the pool to stay cool.. Your kindness & humor will always be remembered.

Russ Acree

May 30, 2020

You were a great friend, we shared a lot of memories out working. Your passing is certainly a sad moment in our lives you will greatly be missed. I can honestly say it was truly a great honor to have you as a friend. Rest in Peace my friend fly high with the Angels.
...Russ Acree

Rob (Robert) Lowery

May 1, 2020

In the summer of 66 or 67 Perry had a sleepover. There must have been 6 or 7 of us boys… I lived in the country and had never stayed in town. Kids in town get to stay out after dark because of the street lights. I thought that was soooo cool. We played a game called “kick the cans”. By the time we went in, we were all worn out from running around the neighborhood for hours. Wonderful memories. We miss you and love you Perry…

Casey Norman

April 28, 2020

So sorry for your loss y'all are in our thoughts and prayers

Love the Norman family

Ken Sanvidge

April 28, 2020

Perry and I played on the JHS tennis team together as well as having some classes together. He and I were the little guys. He was always a good friend and could make you smile even when you were having a bad day. RIP PR until we meet again.

Judy Moore

April 28, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Perry's passing. Everyone always loved all the Rosser boys. I have known them for years. I went to school with Randy and my sisters and brothers grew up with the others, but they were always around. They were like brothers to all of my family. My prayers go out to all the family.

Randy Cook

April 27, 2020

Play Softball with him at Avondale Park also work with him at Avondale Mills consider him as a good friend

Toney Duke

April 27, 2020

Perry and I was about the same height in elementary school and we could always see eye to eye. Then later I had to begin looking up at him he got taller and I stay short.He was a great friend. One day we will meet again where they will be no more sorrow RIP Prayers to his family and friends God be with you all.

Johnny COX

April 27, 2020

Perry and I were neighbors on North ola Rd whenever I needed help doing anything around the house, or tool he was always there. We would meet at the end driveway and just talk about life. Just an over all good dude

David R and Rachel Jeffries

April 27, 2020

It is hard to pin down one memory. We always had enough people for a baseball game with the Rosser brothers on the old ballfield in Pepe. RIP buddy. You will not be forgotten.


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