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Originally posted by jackflap
The wrong tool for a job is frustratingly useless, but a tool just the same.
Originally posted by Coemgen
I am expressing my ideas, and appreciate yours the same.
From my perspective, you have come off rather offensive on numerous occasions.
be kind to others
Virgil "Red" Perry
Virgil "Red" Perry, 86, died Feb. 14, 2010, at Stuart Nursing & Restorative Care Center, Stuart. He was born in Franklin, Pa., and lived in Stuart since 1963. Before retirement, he was a salesman for 30 years in the automotive parts and industrial chemical business. He was a veteran of World War II with the Army Air Forces as a crew member of B24 Liberators. He was a 1941 graduate of Franklin High School and Franklin Business College in 1948. He was of the Episcopalian faith. He was a Mason, a member and past Master of Acacia Lodge 163, 32nd degree Scottish Rite Valley of Lake Worth; charter member of Amara Temple in Palm Beach Gardens; and life member of American Legion Post 62, Disabled American Veterans, Everglade State Post 2, Elks Lodge 1870, and F.O.E. Eagles 328 in Franklin. He had membership in Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 14000, Kansas City, Kan., and Sons of the American Revolution in Franklin. Survivors include his sons, Keith Perry of Stuart and Floyd Kerschner of Killeen, Texas; daughters, Sally Franklin of St. Louis, Susan Smith of Okeechobee and Jackie Pattison of Palm Coast; sisters, Audine Hoover of Jacksonville Beach and Gloria Klingensmith of Franklin; five grandchildren; and three great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Maxine Wile Perry; and sister, Peggy Netzler. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of one's choice. SERVICES: A memorial and Masonic service will be at 7 p.m. Feb. 19 in the chapel of Martin Funeral Home. Burial will be in South Florida National Cemetery. Arrangements are by Martin Funeral Home and Crematory, Stuart. A guest book may be signed at heavencalled.com.
Published in the TC Palm on February 17, 2010