Leta Pearl Fisher Perry

Leta PerryLeta Pearl Fisher Perry, age 86, of Hazen was born on August 12, 1928, and went to her eternal home in Heaven on August 29, 2014. Let was born to Harrison and Mary Goacher Fisher and was raised by her mother and stepfather George Vail, Sr., after Harrison’s untimely passing. She was preceeded in death by her parents and husband, Rev. Charlie Perry, with whom she had been married for 62 years prior to his passing in 2009, and also by her brothers Gene Vail and George Vail, Jr. “Mamaw” Leta is survived by her sons Danny (Delores) Perry or Ward, Dale (Sara) Perry of Hazen, and Albert Perry of Hazen; grandchildren David Perry, Matt (Wendy) Perry, and Emily (Scott) White; great-grandchildren Kade, Mary Katherine, Mattie and Kami Perry, and Emma White; step-grandchildren Tania (Huey) Bush and Jamie (Annette) Felts; step-great-grandchildren Kayla (James) Riley, Arial (Kelly) Moore, and Colton Felt; step-great-great-grandchildren Korlan Riley and Kaleb Moore. She is also survived by her sister Frances White of Stuttgart, brother Edward (Helen) Vail of Stuttgart, sisters-in-law Margie Vail of Stuttgart, Lucille Vail of Hazen, and a host of nieces and nephews whom she loved as her own children.

Visitation will be from 5 until 8 at Westbrook Funeral Home on Sunday evening. The funeral service will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church followed by a burial service at Center Point Cemetery.

4 Condolences to “Leta Pearl Fisher Perry”

  1. Gail (Jenkins) Rye Says:

    When reading Sis Perry’s obituary, many fond childhood memories came to me. When Bro Perry pastored at Sand Hill Missionary Baptist Church, their family shared many Sunday dinners in our home. Wonderful family. I know Bro. Perry has been waiting in heaven for her. They served the Lord together for many years here on earth, and now they will spend eternity together in heaven. Love and prayers to Danny, Dale, Albert and their families.

  2. Ray & Marie Bohanan Says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Better days are ahead.

  3. Rick & Jennifer Stallings Says:

    During this difficult time, remember the great times and cherish your memories because they will be with you forever. The family is in our thoughts and prayers.

  4. Shirrel and Shirley Copeland Says:

    Danny, Dale and Albert
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. I know it is hard to let go but we all know she is in a much better place.
    Take care and will try to see you all soon.