Connie Lee Perry

11/28/1948 ~ 9/26/2018

PerryConnieCropConnie Lee Perry of Fountain Green Utah graduated from this life on September 26, 2018, after a long battle with Renal Failure. She was born on November 28, 1948 to Levi and Carol Shepherd. She married Donald Perry on April 17, 1969. She loved doing wood crafts and tole painting. She taught many people how to paint. She loved spending time in her yard and gardening. But most of all she loved spending time with her family. Whether it was camping, having fires in the backyard roasting hot dogs, or out fishing with her grand-kids. She loved attending all of her grand-kids sporting events. She was their biggest fan! Her favorite holiday was Halloween, she would decorate her yard and always dress up for this day! And then when Christmas would come she was the first one to have her tree up, singing Christmas Carols, and building snowmen with her grand-kids. She had a love for animals ranging from dogs to cows, her favorite was her dog, Jake and Sally the cow, but she did have great stories about Bully the bull! She loved taking pictures of her family…the walls of her home were covered with cherished picture memories. She is survived by her husband Donald Perry. Her children Donna Amen, Annalee Perry, Danny (Audrey) Perry, Chester Perry, Fuzzy (Joleen) Perry, Kris (Jerry) Samuels. Her Grandchildren Clay, Trista, Audrey, Kayla, Rusty, Raquel, Garrett, Michael, Shadaya, Kristen,Mitchel, Brayden, Katie, Alyssa, Bryson, Mason. Along with many great grand-kids. She was preceded in death by her parents, her son David Perry and her granddaughter Kortney Jo Perry.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday October 2, 2018 at 11:30 a.m. in the Fountain Green LDS Chapel (151 S 200 W) with a viewing from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. prior to services at the church. Interment in the Fountain Green Cemetery. Online condolence at rasmussenmortuary.com

One Response to “Connie Lee Perry”

  1. I’m so sorry to hear about your mom’s,wife,sister,and aunt’s passing, I will never forget “aunt” Connie, she was always so much fun when I was a little girl and she baby sat me and my sisters, and we used to have so much fun pestering the boys, and playing with Kris, and trying to get Some to always make us new wood cut-outs everyday! But most of all I will remember her hugs, when we would show up and when we left everyday how sincere and warm they were every time. I know that she’s finally out of pain and in a better place, but that doesn’t mean that we won’t miss the HELL out of her!! Perry family please know that I am here if you need ANYTHING, you can message me and I will be there in a second (as fast as I can get there, you guys are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you guys.

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