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  1. Connie & Randy Meisel

    They say people come into our lives for a reason. We’re so glad you came into ours. You have been a very good friend throughout the years, and my flower guru. You always had a kind, encouraging word. You will be greatly missed.

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  2. KATHLEEN KLEIN

    I am holding Doris Perry in my heart, as a loving mother-in-law to me and big-hearted grandma to our daughter Catie. As I tend my blooms, I fondly recall her love of gardens and skill at flower arranging. We have many special family memories, both in Tennessee and on the West Coast, thanks to her trips across our beautiful land.

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Ruby Doris Brown Perry
October 17, 1926 -
July 13, 2021

Visitation

July 17, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Service 

July 17, 2021
11 AM

Interment

July 17, 2021
Obituary

Graveside service for Mrs. Ruby Doris Brown Perry, age 94, of Fayetteville, TN, will be conducted Saturday July 17, 2021 at 11 AM at Riverview Memorial Gardens, with Dr. Jon Hathcock officiating.

Beloved mother and grandmother, Ruby Doris Perry (known as Doris), passed away on July 13th after a good long life of 94 years. Doris was born October 17, 1926 in Lincoln County to the late William Russell Brown and Launa Eunice Andrews Brown. She was happily married to William ‘Shorty’ Perry for more than 55 years.  Doris loved gardening and was an active member of the Fayetteville Garden Club.  She was a lifetime member of the First Baptist Church of Fayetteville. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. In her younger years she worked at the Southern Bell telephone company, Rexall Drugs, and Ashley’s Clothing.

She is survived by sons William Leslie Perry and wife Kathleen Kline of Seattle, James Dale Perry and wife Judith of Fayetteville, grandchildren Dr. William J. Perry and fiancé  Megan Moore of Atlanta, Catie Perry of New York City, and Adam J. Perry of Fayetteville. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her sisters Laurine Spray and Bessie Brown. 

Visitation with the family will be Saturday July 17, 2021 from 9 AM until 10:30 AM at Higgins Funeral Home.

The family wishes to thank the staff and management of Covenant Manor of Fayetteville for the care of their loved one.

Higgins Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Mrs. Ruby Doris Brown Perry.

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  1. Connie & Randy Meisel

    They say people come into our lives for a reason. We’re so glad you came into ours. You have been a very good friend throughout the years, and my flower guru. You always had a kind, encouraging word. You will be greatly missed.

    Reply
  2. KATHLEEN KLEIN

    I am holding Doris Perry in my heart, as a loving mother-in-law to me and big-hearted grandma to our daughter Catie. As I tend my blooms, I fondly recall her love of gardens and skill at flower arranging. We have many special family memories, both in Tennessee and on the West Coast, thanks to her trips across our beautiful land.

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  1. Connie & Randy Meisel

    They say people come into our lives for a reason. We’re so glad you came into ours. You have been a very good friend throughout the years, and my flower guru. You always had a kind, encouraging word. You will be greatly missed.

    Reply
  2. KATHLEEN KLEIN

    I am holding Doris Perry in my heart, as a loving mother-in-law to me and big-hearted grandma to our daughter Catie. As I tend my blooms, I fondly recall her love of gardens and skill at flower arranging. We have many special family memories, both in Tennessee and on the West Coast, thanks to her trips across our beautiful land.

    Reply

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