In loving memory of

Wallace Gene Perry
November 3, 1938 - July 7, 2021

Wallace Gene Perry, age 82, passed away surrounded by his family, July 7, 2021.

Wallace was born November 3, 1938 in Dallas, Texas to the late Nannie (nee Splawn) and Leonard Perry. After graduating high school Wallace joined the Air Force where he rose through the ranks to become a Chief Master Sargent. After retiring from the Air Force he continued his military service in The Air National Guard and worked as a civilian for the federal government. When he wasn't working Wallace stayed active golfing, bowling, playing volleyball and spending time with his family and friends. Wallace's favorite place when he needed to relax and recharge was Cozumel Mexico. Of all of his accomplishments, he was proudest of his family.

Beloved husband of Marilyn (nee Kozlowski) Perry. Cherished father of Michelle Perry and Michael (Michele) Perry. Proud grandfather of Nicholas Perry and Scott Turner. Dear brother of the late Nancy and the late Leonard. He is preceded in death by his late wife Nancy (nee Jewett) Perry.

Visitation for Wallace will be Wednesday, July 14, from 2-8 pm with a Masonic service at 7 pm, at Chas. Verheyden, Inc., 43300 Garfield Road, Clinton Township, 48038. Funeral service Thursday, July 15, 10 am, at Chas. Verheyden, Inc.


Michele Mullaly wrote on Aug 21, 2021:

"Michelle, sorry for your and your brother's loss. Your dad was my boss at DoD when we were at Downtown Detroit. I held him in high esteem. I believe his spirit just "communicated" and that is how I "knee to look up his name". The same happened with Neil (the Lawyer)"

Kim Barich wrote on Jul 9, 2021:

"Michelle, I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences to you, Mike, Marilyn and your families. May God provide all of you added strength to get you through this difficult time. Find comfort in knowing your Dad is no longer suffering and is finally at peace. I am always here for you. With all my love, Kim xo"

Rebecca Chodyniecki wrote on Jul 9, 2021:

"Michelle, so so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies! Rebecca Chodyniecki"