Old
CHESTER
in Delaware County, PA

 OldChesterPa.com: Obituary

On the web since March 2000!
Always check our "What's New" page

Have you signed our Guest Book at "The Newsstand"?

OldChesterPa Heritage Foundation
A project of the National Heritage Foundation
What is this Foundation?
I'd like to make a donation to help support this website!

HomeObituaries

Perry, Howard Leon  

 

Would you like to sponsor this page?

Contacting me: - Update

I have temporarily cleared a small amount of space in my email box. However, spam continues to be a problem. To be sure you get through the filters, be sure to include the name of our city somewhere either in the subject or the body of your email.
You can contact me by phone. Follow this link for phone number.  -John

Sponsor
"Today in Chester's History" on "The Newsstand"
(Only 5.00 per day)

SEARCH the website - Thousands of pages of Chester History!

Home

What's

Attorneys

Biographies

Businesses

Cemeteries

Churches/Worship

Civic/Social

Class Reunions

Classified Ads

Directories

Doctors/Dentists

Fire Department

Funeral Homes

Government

Histories

Holidays/Events

Libraries

Links

Maps

Medical

Neighborhoods

Newspapers

Obituaries

Parks

Pictures

Police

Post Office

Professional Org

Radio/TV

Recreation

Schools

Sports

Tragedies

Transportation

Utilities

Veterans

 

Photo:  

Last Name: Perry

First Name: Howard

Middle Name: Leon

Maiden Name:  

Date of Death: 12/14/1980

Newspaper: Delco Daily Times

Date of Newspaper: 12/15/1980

Contributor: Kathy Juisti

Text of Obituary: Howard L. Perry, 75, of 109 Ervin Ave,Lower Chichester, a retired supervisor at Ford Motor Co. in Delair, N.J.,died Sunday at his home.He worked for Ford for 37 years, retiring in 1966. He worked at the Ford Assembly Plant in Chester until it closed and then he transferred to Delair.He was born in Chilhowie,VA and moved to Delaware County in 1929. He married the former Carolyn Cook 50 years ago. After his retirement, he moved to Marion,VA but returned to Delaware County eight years ago. He was a member of Ford Local 918 in Chester; West End Boat Club and Chester Baptist Temple in UpperChichester Surviving in addition to his widow are two sons, Howard D. Perry and James G. both of Claymont; two daughters,Carolyn Maloney of Upper Chichester;and Joyce McLaughlin of Cheyenne,Wy;three sisters,Mrs.Minerva Kinser of Radford,VA;Mrs. Ada Davis of Chilhowie,VA and Mrs.Minnie Mathews of Altoona,AL;nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild.The funeral will be at 2pm Thursday at the Robert Moreland Funeral Home,9th and Main Streets,Trainer, with burial in Lawncroft Cemetary, Lower Chichester. Calling hours will be after 7 pm Wednesday at the funeral home.

Notes: 

 

Back to top of this page

 

 

If you have any information and or pictures that you would like to contribute about any businesses in Chester, please forward it to john@oldchesterpa.com


2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 John A. Bullock III.

GDPub2.JPG (7902 bytes)

This page last updated 10/18/05

Home  |  What's new2.gif (111 bytes)  |  Attorneys  |  Biographies  |  Business  |  Cemeteries  |  Churches & Synagogues  |  City Directory 1859-1860

Civic/Social Organizations  |  Class Reunions  |  Doctors/Dentists  |  Fire Department  |  Funeral Homes  |  Government  |  Histories

 Holidays & Special Events  |  Libraries  |  Links  |  Maps  |  Medical  |  Neighborhoods  |  Newspapers  |  Obituaries  |  Parks  |  Pictures  |  Police Department

Post Office  |  Professional Organizations  |  Radio & TV  |  Recreation  |  Schools  |  Sports  |  Tragedies  |  Transportation  |  Utilities  |  Veteran