Perry, Jason Lee

July 10th, 2020

Suddenly, on Friday, July 10, 2020, Jason Lee Perry, of London, at the age of 51. Father of David Perry. Son of Donna and the late Kenneth Perry. Missed by his brothers, Jim and Jon (Guida) Perry and his niece and nephew, Gabriella and Daniel. A private funeral was held at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, London. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Jason, are asked to consider LHSF – Cancer Program or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada. 

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Melody WatsonMy condolences to David and the Perry Family. I will miss my heart to heart talks with J, listening to punk rock, eating Ruffles chased with Lindt chocolate bars, watching reruns of The Rifleman and seeing you at the annual Christmas dinner. J was a good friend and even better carpenter who transformed many houses into homes for people like me. J will be forever be in my heart and memories. I only wish we could have said goodbye my friend. J is and will always be missed by me and my dog Ozzy. I have a few pictures of J if David would like to have them.
Dan ScottGood bye my friend and brother and true loyal friend Jay. I will miss your loyalty, respect and honor. You made your own road and never changed who you were. I didn't like it but I respected it. When we worked together, we worked. We would say that's all we knew. We had our bad days together but we always worked it out if we liked it or not. I took this week off to remember you, I took my son fishing at Fanshawe Park on Tuesday and a bald eagle kept circling us. I said to my son that the eagle was telling us everything will be ok. Until we meet at the rising son, you will know what I mean. I will always keep you in my heart brother, your brother Dan Scott.
Kevin PetersSending condolences to the Perry Family. I just want to let you know that Jay was very kind to me. He was always happy to see me, I will miss him teaching me about construction and just being someone to talk to when we were working together. Your friend Kevin.
Nikki van OirschotI will fondly remember Jay. He was one of the nicest people I’ve had the honour of knowing. He was always so nice, respectful, and hardworking with only the utmost integrity and intentions. I am honoured to have known him and I will always cherish his talents that I am privileged to enjoy every day in my house that he helped make a home. Rest well, Jay. You have touched every person you’ve met. Thank you for the mark you’ve made on the world. Nikki
Robyn PerkinsJay was one of the nicest men I’ve had the privilege of meeting. Always smiling, respectful, and hard working and always willing to help where he could. He will always be remembered by my family, his kindness and great sense of humour will always stick with us, his craftsmanship and words will always travel with us. Our deepest condolences to his family and close friends.
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