John W. Perdue

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  • "My Grandfather was a very kind and virtuous man and is..."
    - April Walsh
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    - Mary Lou Hicks
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John Walker Perdue was born May 6, 1926 in Memphis, Tennessee and passed away March 26, 2013 at his home in Panorama, Texas. He graduated from Memphis Tech High school in 1944 and immediately joined the U.S. Navy, serving in the South Pacific during World War II. He later attended the University of Arkansas where he met and married his wonderful wife, Jean Elizabeth. They celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary last June. John is survived by his wife, Elizabeth, their three children, Susan Wellborn and husband, Dick, John Monroe Perdue and Linda Juniel, six grandchildren, Matt and Sarah Wellborn, Michael Perdue, April Walsh and husband, Chris, Jennifer and Katie Juniel, and five great grandchildren, Ian, Emily, Laura, Hal and Patricia Walsh. John worked most of his career at Columbia Gulf Transmission Company, retiring as Treasurer in 1985. John and Liz were both avid golfers and enjoyed his retirement years by travelling throughout the U.S. playing different golf courses. John served as President of the Panorama Country Club and as Panorama City Council Mayor Pro Tem. He was also a member of the Panorama Lion's Club. John attended St. Mark Lutheran Church since 1969 and served as Financial Secretary for many years. The Celebration of John's life will be Friday, March 29, 2013 at 11:00 am at St. Mark Lutheran Church, Conroe, Texas with Pastor David C. Quail officiating.


Published on from Mar. 27 to Apr. 9, 2013
Arrangements under the direction of:
Cashner Funeral Home
801 Teas Road | Conroe, TX 77303 | (936) 756-2126
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