Gerald L Hall posted on July 30, 2020
Mr.Perry as I always called him was a major part of me becoming the The man that I am today. My mother and father were present in my life But Mr.Perry was our neighbor. He was that father to the Whole street grown up. I graduated from HS and went into the U.S.Army . And upon coming home on leave I stop by to say hello. He told me how proud he was. And said Jerry ,your a man now, so you can call me Gene...I said ok Mr.Perry..I never will for get the talks we had. My first job as a teenager was washing your car on Saturdays. RIP my friend, weather you know or not you touched A LOT of young lives, and helped to shape And mold them...Godspeed.