Perry Lee Geyer
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GALION: Perry L. Geyer, age 53 of Galion, died Saturday, February 15, 2014 at the Riverside Methodist Hospital. He was born on April 28, 1960 in Delaware, Ohio to Charles Geyer and Rosalyn "Ann" (Davis) Cochran.
Perry was a 1978 graduate of Cardington High School and had worked as an appliance repair man for Crum's Appliance Repair. He was a "Jack of all Trades" and could do just about anything. Perry was an outdoorsman and enjoyed fishing, boating, coon hunting, flying remote controlled planes and cutting wood with Howard McKinney. He loved spending time with his grandkids especially when he was giving them rides on the lawn mower.
On August 18, 1987 in Clintwood, Virginia Perry married the former Kathleen "Kathy" Ann (Crum) and she survives in Galion.
In addition to his wife, Perry is survived by his father, Charles (Ruth) Geyer of Mt. Gilead; mother, Ann (Richard) Cochran of Cardington; children, Nicky (Mike) Smith of Galion, Jeremy Taylor of Edison, Adam Simpson of Galion, Perry Jr. "P.J." (Julie) Geyer of Cardington, Jarrod Simpson of Galion and Brandi (Jonathan) Geyer of Clyde; brothers and sisters, Danny (Sue) Geyer of Marion, Julie (Bull) Cochran of Cardington, June (Bill) Johnson of Clyde, Judy (Jason) Fisher of Marion and Rick (Teresa) Hill of Chillicothe; grandkids, Zak, Carynn, Kazee, Megan, Autumn, Shyann, Shaylee, Shonda, Chloe, Faith, Naomi, Hope, Madison, Michael, Kaden, John and Chrissy.
Friends may call on Friday, February 21, 2014 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM at Gompf Funeral Home in Cardington where the funeral service will be held on Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 1:00 PM. Oscar McCoy and Russell Howard will both officiate.
Those wishing to make a memorial contribution are asked to consider the Church of Christ, 120 Northeast Street, Galion, Ohio 44833.
Those wishing to share a memory of Perry or to express a condolence to the Geyer family may do so by visiting www.gompffh.com.
Gompf Funeral Service
440 South Center Street
Cardington, OH 43315
Published in the Marion Star on Feb. 17, 2014