- 78 years old
- Date of birth: Sep 17, 1936
- Place of birth:
Greenfield, Massachusetts, United States
- Date of passing: Apr 23, 2015
- Place of passing:
Saco, Maine, United States
|Let the memory of Perry be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Perry Maniatty, 78, born on September 17, 1936 and passed away on April 23, 2015. We will remember him forever.
"The first time I met Perry was on Beech st. A birthday party for one of his kids. Then a few years later I started hanging around the bar. We always had a blast when he was around. There was a few times he would fill up his car with a bunch of us and we would go driving around and act foolish. Never anything bad it was always good times with this man. He always made people feel welcome and he never reminded you of how stupid someone might have behaved the night before. Perry is loved so much by his Family Friends and acquaintances. He is Truly a beautiful soul. May you RIP. You will be missed."
"Perry♡ Was a wonderful Son♡Brother♡Husband♡Daddy♡
Brother-in-law, Uncle ♡Father♡Grandfather,Great Grandfather.Great Uncle.♡ The best Man that you could have for a friend. He would help any one. I had the pleasure of meeting Perry at Herm's in 1997. Perry had moved to Maine♡To enjoy the Family that he loved so much♡ and The peaceful ocean (not in the summer) I will always have found memories of you Mr Perry. Love your friend Carol R.I.P. FRIEND ♡
My deepest Sympathy to all of Perry's Family. He will be missed♡"
"I love you Daddy and Miss you Horribly"
"Perry you have been a lifelong friend. You were always a friendly face when anyone needed it. My life would have been very different without you and your family. I love you all and you will never be forgotten. <3"
"It is very sad that the world is less one great person . Perry was an amazing man . He was always kind and open minded to others . I have great memories of him !!
I am very sorry for the families loss and send lots of healing prayers ."
"Uncle Perry was one of the coolest. When we would visit the thing I looked forward to the most was going to his bar and getting a handful of coins to play the video games. I was always in awe of the mirror pictures on the wall and his love for the Yankees. He will forever be missed and loved! Oxoxox"
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