Wallace Perry Death, Obituary – Wallace Perry, who was 72 years old and had been born in Delbarton, West Virginia, passed away on January 15, 2023, in Pikeville, Kentucky, at the Pikeville Medical Center. Wallace Perry was originally from Delbarton. He was buried in Pikeville. Wallace Perry Gee made his entrance into the world on January 26, 1950, in the city of Logan, in the state of West Virginia. He is the son of Alex Perry, who passed away, and Allene Gee Perry, who also passed away before he was born. In addition, his nieces Ashley Dawn Sipple and Hillary Staggs, as well as his nephews Hayden Russell and Joe Baisden, were all away before him.
He was also the last of his siblings. Additionally, he was the last of his siblings to pass away before he did. Before he did, his siblings Arthur Earnest Perry, James Perry, Jack Perry, and Rosa Faye Baisden all passed away. In addition to him, his brothers and sisters all died before he did. After completing his service in the United States Air Force, Wallace moved on to pursue a career in accounting and eventually became employed by the Old Ben Coal Corporation, where he worked until the time of his retirement. In addition to that, he served in the military for a period of time. Surviving members of the family include one son, Gary Lee Perry (and his wife, Belinda), who lives in Columbus, Ohio;
one stepson, Shane Muncy, who lives in Lovely, Kentucky; siblings Ewing Walter Gee (and his wife, Martha), who lives in Bull Head City, Arizona; Mary Helen Taylor, who lives in Danville, Kentucky; and Louise Runyon, who lives in St. Petersburg, Florida; one grandchild, Jager Perry, who also lives in Columbus, Ohio; and The chapel of the R. E. Rogers Funeral Home will be open for visits beginning at six o’clock in the evening on Wednesday, January 18, 2023, and will remain open for the remainder of the evening until nine o’clock that same night. Following this, funeral services will be held the following day, on Thursday, January 19, 2023, beginning at 11 AM, with Roger Ooten serving as the officiant for the ceremony. His burial will take place at the Maynard Cemetery in Fort Gay, West Virginia, and members of his family and close friends will act as pallbearers during the service. His funeral will be held at the Maynard Funeral Home. The R. E. Rogers Funeral Home in Belfry, Kentucky is assisting the Perry family at this trying time by being there for them.