ATRIVIS PERRY

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Perry, Mr. Atrivis Devoi, 23, "Tre" departed this life on June 6, 2012. Funeral services will be held Saturday June 16, 2012 at 1 p.m. from the North Montgomery Missionary Baptist Church with Rev. Clinton Lewis, Pastor, Rev. Sylvester Poole, Jr., officiating. Interment will follow in Alabama Heritage Cemetery with Ross-Clayton Funeral Home, Inc. directing. He will lie in repose at the Church one hour prior to the service. Atrivis was preceded in death by his great grandmother, Mrs. Eloise Boyd; grandmother, Mrs. Georgia Mae Perry; great grandfathers, Mr. Richard Boyd and Rev. Dr. A.W. Watkins, Sr.

He leaves to cherish precious memories, a devoted mother, Ms. Tonya Perry Watkins, a loving father, Mr. Patrick O. Perry, Sr.; sister, Little Miss Chandler Tyler. A devoted grandmother, Marva B. Watkins, grandfathers Mr. Larry Watkins; Mr. Oscar Perry, Sr. (Willie Mae); siblings, Mr. Antonio Foxhall (LaTasha) of Florence, SC, Ms. Shinera Foxhall, Mr. Deramus Austin, Mr. Patrick Perry, Jr., Mr. Patrick Perry, III, god-sister Ms. Sherica Bradford; a devoted uncle, Mr. Harry Peoples; great grandmothers, Mrs. Ethel Watkins and Mrs. Willie G. Feagin. Four aunts, Ms. Nina Watkins, Maryland, Ms. Jacqueline Perry, Mrs. Twyla Knight (Scott), Ms. Rowenia Thomas, Brooklyn, NY. Seven uncles, Mr. Oscar Perry, Jr., Manhattan, NY, Mr. Marvin Perry (Darlene), Mr. Wayne Perry, Rev. Derwin Perry (Keisha), Birmingham, AL, Mr. Roger House, Atlanta, GA., Jerone Thomas, and Devonta White. One godson, Master Atrivis T. Perry, devoted friends, LaQuita Sanders, Joshua Jackson, Stanley Tell, Marquarius Thornton, Stanley Harris and Mr. Freddie N. Hill, Enterprise, AL along with a host of other relatives and friends and extended family.

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Published in the Montgomery Advertiser on June 15, 2012
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