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Perry, Jr., Forrest Q.

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October 30, 1951 - March 21, 2020

Perry, Jr., Forrest Q.

Forrest Quanah Perry Jr., a life-long Houstonian born October 30, 1951, passed away suddenly Saturday March 21, 2020 of a heart attack. He loved his family, his dog and his music, and his laugh and loving voice will be missed by many. He is predeceased by parents Forrest Q. Perry Sr. and Naomi Perry. He is survived by his brother Richard Perry Sr., sisters Gwen Anderson and Nancy Perry, numerous nieces and nephews, sons Bruce Alexander and Forrest Q. Perry III, daughter-in-law Hilary Perry, wife of forty years Sherri Catherine Perry and beloved granddaughters Cadence Elizabeth and Annabelle Mae Perry. A memorial service will be held in early summer. Donations to the CEAMP College Fund for his granddaughters in his memory would be appreciated: 707 Rolling Meadow, Noble, OK 73068.

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A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 12 pm at Houston's First Baptist Church, chapel, 7401 Katy Freeway.

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Marcia Clark

June 30, 2020 12:15AM

Dear Sherri,
I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that we are lifting you up in prayer. You are not alone, because God is always with you and because we love you at St. Agnes.
I am excited because I know one day all of us will meet again and we will be in God´s presence. I thank God for Forrest´s life. I did not know him, but I have heard you talking about him, saying how wonderful he was. He was a great husband. Now, we are celebrating his life.
I am sending you a big hug.
Marcia Clark

Kimberly Hogg

April 29, 2020 7:03PM

My heart and prayers go out to you and the family Sherri.

Lisa Sheehan

March 24, 2020 1:52AM

There are only 3 men in our tiny family, I admire. Uncle Stan, Forrest & Trey. Of those I loved Forrest most. He was always authentic & kind, had beautiful compassion & laughter. I’m so sorry you lost him so suddenly. I can’t imagine your pain. He loved you more than anything, & he told me many times he didn’t want to disappoint you. I’m sending you all my love, from my broken heart to yours. Call me anytime for anything you need please. I’m always here for you. ❤️

Debbie Sieck

March 24, 2020 1:16AM

Sherri... sending you and your family loving support during this difficult time.