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Perry, Brent Topaz

Posted: Wed 2:23 PM, Nov 08, 2017
Funeral Home: Mid-Ohio Valley Cremation Society
Brent Topaz Perry, 59, of Belpre, OH, passed away November 4, 2017 at Marietta Memorial Hospital.

He was born in New Mexico February 21, 1958, son of Owen L. and Gloria J. Chandezon Perry.

Brent was a Marine veteran who proudly served his country. He worked as an electronic engineer and scale technician for twenty -five years. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend.

Surviving Brent is his wife Mary Ellen Perry, daughter Beth Cantrell (Aaron), son Justin Perry (Nikki Vickers), grandchildren Zacharie Cantrell, Christiana Cantrell, Isaac Perry, Davie Perry, Jacob Moore and Jaxon Collins, his brother Owen Lester Perry (Donna ) and their children Joe Perry (Toni), Greg Perry (Lori), brother Robert Perry and his daughters Chantell Flowers, Susan Davis, Amy Davis, Kathy McCartney, and several great nieces and nephews.

Mid-Ohio Valley Cremation Society is assisting the family with a private cremation.

Online condolences may be sent by visiting www.MOVCremation.com.

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