Clay Perrine
Clay Perrine
December 19, 2020
Fort Worth, Texas - Clay Champ Perrine was born in Richwood West Virginia to Elizabeth and Clay Perrine. In 1954 he moved to Arlington, Texas where he met the two biggest loves of his life; his late wife of 62 years Judy at Arlington High School, and Chevrolet cars when he went to work at the new General Motors plant. An avid Chevy enthusiast, he and Judy joined the Vintage Chevrolet Club of America (VCCA). He served on the board of directors of the VCCA on both the local and national levels and with the club they traveled all over the country on tours making many wonderful friends. He also drove his antique Chevys in the Arlington Independence Day Parade for almost 40 years and won numerous awards and trophies. He leaves behind his children, Cheryl & Barry Thompson, Michele Moore, Laurel Perrine & Greg Norman, and Elizabeth (Betty) & Clay Perrine Jr. Also his grandchildren, Barry Thompson Jr., Christina Ferriman & Adam Garcia, Justin Thompson & Monica Spratlen, Matthew Thompson & Haley Foreman, Leslie & Shawn Borden, and Carrie Moore. Additionally his great-grandchildren, Cheyenne Ferriman, Savannah Ferriman, Cooper Thompson, Evelyn Borden, Charlotte Thompson, and Lillian Borden. Also, his brother Jack Perrine of Mansfield Texas, and a niece and nephew. His family will hold a private family gathering.

Published by Star-Telegram on Jan. 2, 2021.
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