Sulane Stone Perry
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Funeral service for Mrs. Sulane Stone Perry, 81, of Weaver, will be held on Friday, January 8, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at Anniston Memorial Funeral Home. The family will receive friends at the funeral home one hour prior to the service.
Mrs. Perry entered her Heavenly home on Wednesday, January 6, 2021.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Leo K. Stone and Helen Greene Stone, and her aunt, Katherine Greene.
Left to cherish her memory are her husband of 58 years, Myles Perry of Weaver; three children, Mylane (Jay) Wigley of Weaver, Parham (Katharina) Perry of Peachtree City, GA, and Roland (Patricia) Perry of Huntsville; eight grandchildren, Ariella (Michael) Dale of Peoria, AZ, Alessia Perry of Atlanta, GA, Simon (Jessie) Vandagriff of Florence, Adrianna (Dan) Cahill of Acworth, Amaleah Perry of Peachtree City, GA, Morgan (Taylor) Thornton of Pelham, Shannon Flynn of Huntsville, and Katie (Gene) Altman of Huntsville; four great-grandchildren, Atanacio Dale, Carl Vandagriff, Oliver Vandagriff, and Cassidy Altman; one sister, Sonyanna (Larry) Hudson of Douglasville, GA; one brother, Charles (Rhonda) Stone of Newnan, GA; and two nephews, Parks (Mallory) Stone of Atlanta, GA and Cody (Dessie) Daniell of Eurharlee, GA.
Pallbearers will be family members and friends. Honorary pallbearer will be her brother, Charles Stone and Larry Hudson.
Mrs. Perry was a member of Indian Oaks Christian Church. She was an educator for 30 years, specializing in elementary education, where she touched the lives of so many throughout her career. Mrs. Perry was a member of the Pilot Club, AEA, Girl Scouts of America, and the Saks Retired Teachers Lunch Club. In her spare time, she was known for her consummate hosting of family gatherings, especially birthday celebrations where she could easily convince her family they "needed" at least one delicious homemade cake. Selflessness was a trait that Mrs. Perry exhibited throughout her marriage and life. She was a devoted military wife, never wavering in the support she continually gave to her husband; she was a wonderful mother, always encouraging and devoting time to her children; and she was an exceptional "Grandma", who spoiled her grandchildren greatly and made them the "apple of her eye". Mrs. Perry had many hobbies she enjoyed in her spare time, including her love for reading and shopping. She also enjoyed traveling to the beach when she was able. Mrs. Perry will be greatly missed by those who knew and loved her.
In lieu of flowers the family has asked that donations be made to Saks Elementary School in Mrs. Perry's memory, to help provide school supplies for the students. You can mail donations to the school at 31 Watson Street Anniston, AL 36206
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Published in The Anniston Star on Jan. 7, 2021.
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January 7, 2021
Mrs. Perry was my kindergarten teacher during the '89-'90 school year. I never forgot her kind and gentle nature, even all these years later. I was so lucky to have her as my first teacher. May she RIP.
Isabel (Juarez) Fanelli
January 7, 2021
Mrs. Perry, you taught my daughters in kindergarten (1989-1991). You were such a great teacher to both of them, I always remembered your kindness and patience. I also enjoyed being your parent assistant. May you RIP.
Gloria Juarez
Gloria Juarez
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