ForeverMissed
Dalton Kyle Perry, 24 years old, born on May 26, 1995 in Dayton, Ohio to Sherry and John Perry and passed away on March 1, 2020 in Dayton, Ohio. He is survived by his loving parents, John and Sherry Perry; his caring brother, Travis Perry; his niece, Ella Rae Perry; his Mamaw Edith Cole; his aunts and uncles, Debbie, Rick (Karen), Rob (Jaimie), Theresa (Billy), and Tammy (Greg); his cousins, Joe, Christy, Krissy, Megan, Mandy, Steve, Katie, Brittany, Casey, and many more cousins, family and friends. Dalton is preceded in death by his Papaw Bruce Cole, grandpa John Perry Sr., and grandma Dorothy Perry. Dalton loved to make and craft things with his hands; he would always make his family and friends gifts from the heart. Dalton enjoyed the outdoors; he had a huge heart and sincere soul and would lend a hand for anyone: family, friend, or stranger. Dalton will be greatly missed but never forgotten. A service to honor Dalton's memory will be held Saturday, March 14th at Bible Baptist Fellowship, 132 Market Street, Brookville, Ohio 45309. Visitation hours 2 PM with service to follow at 3 PM.
Posted by Shirley Baldwin on March 7, 2020
May your minds and hearts be supported by the God of comfort today and in the days ahead.
Posted by Sherry Perry on March 6, 2020
Dalton would block the sun and wind from my eyes. Graves disease causes my eyes to water to the point I can't see. He would walk in front of me and I would hold his coat and he would guide me to wherever we were going. He never let me clear snow from my car or the drive. He was his momma's boy and I will miss him until I am with him again.

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Posted by Shirley Baldwin on March 7, 2020
May your minds and hearts be supported by the God of comfort today and in the days ahead.
Posted by Sherry Perry on March 6, 2020
Dalton would block the sun and wind from my eyes. Graves disease causes my eyes to water to the point I can't see. He would walk in front of me and I would hold his coat and he would guide me to wherever we were going. He never let me clear snow from my car or the drive. He was his momma's boy and I will miss him until I am with him again.
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