Leon A. Perry NORTHFIELD — Leon A. Perry, age 70, died Wednesday, May 8, 2019, at his home. Leon was born on Dec. 1, 1948, in Northfield, the son of Willon and Maycle Perry of Northfield. Leon attended high school in Northfield and began his working career with Nantana Mills, later working for S.T. Griswold. He then began working in the granite industry: first, at Nativi Granite Shed and then, at Granite Industry of Vermont for 25 years, retiring in December 2011 as a supervisor. Leon was married to Rosalie Parlow Perry and the couple had 52 years of marriage together. He enjoyed spending time with her. His many interests included riding ATVs with his wife, family and friends, camping at Goose Point Campground in Alburgh, puttering around his home and tending to his gardens, hunting and fishing, watching the squirrels and having time with his family, children and grandchildren. He is survived by his wife; a son, Eugene A. Perry and wife Donna; a daughter-in-law, Tracy Perry; grandchildren Nolan Perry, Ashlynn Perry; and a great-grandson, Maxwell Perry. He is also survived by his mother, Maycle Perry; two sisters Linda Thurston and Paulette Allen and husband Dickie; and a brother, Mark Perry and wife Susan, of North Carolina. He was predeceased by his son, Scott Perry; his father, Willon Perry; and his brothers Gerald Perry and Paul Perry. Also surviving are many nieces, nephews and friends who will miss him. There are no calling hours or other services planned at this time. Kingston Funeral Home in Northfield assisted the family with arrangements.

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Linda Matheson

Thinking of you Rosalie and wishing you our deepest sympathy for your loss of Leon. Hold your memories close and he will always be with you, deep in your heart. Prays to you, Gene and the rest of the family.

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