James S. Perry Jr.
July 15, 1983 – October 27, 2021
James S Perry Jr, 38, of Bumpass passed away at St Mary’s Hospital on Wednesday, October 27, 2021. He is preceded in death by his father, James S Perry Sr; Beloved mother Judith Ann Sorrells; Grandfather Russel Perry (who raised him) and Nephew Trinton Davis. He is survived by his grandmother, Jean Rebecca Perry (who raised him); Sister Jennifer Lawson (Dakota); two children Makaylah and Destiny Anderson; Aunt Bonnie Perry (Lawrence); Uncle Matthew Perry (Lynn); Nephews Michael Lawson, Levi and Bentley Anderson; and Nieces Keayra Davis, Katie and Mia Lawson; and many cousins that he spoke of often. James enjoyed playing video games, was a lifelong fan of professional wrestling and loved his large collection of ball caps. He had a great sense of humor that we will all miss, and loved spending time with his family and friends. There will be a Celebration of Life on December 11th at 2pm in the Fellowship Hall at Bethany Christian Church (2402 Bethany Church Rd, Bumpass Va 23024.) All friends and family are invited to share good food and great stories. In lieu of flowers, the family request any memorial contributions be made in James’ name to the American Kidney Foundation.
James you will be missed dearly by many. Big homie i love you and may you rest in paradise. Until we meet again cousin.
Miss you so much Jamie! But I’m glad your not suffering anymore! We love you!!
I miss you so much! Love you brother!
You were my best friend, my brother my family. You were my rock, my soldier. Someone I could vent to anytime anywhere. I miss you so much, that it’s hard to live without you but I’m managing everyday. Everyday that passes I look up and thank God everyday for u. And I get to celebrate u 1 more time together and it’s on my birthday. But hey I will take this day and cherish and every moment. I love you and miss you so much. Please watch over me and the ur family. I love you best friend.
We had the best conversations on our 25 min ride to Dialysis. I have so much too say and can’t get it out. Just know it was such a pleasure to transport you to and from. You impacted my life in such a way I’ll never forget you. Had I known the last ride would’ve been just mannnnn Perry we would’ve rode until the wheels fell off. I can only imagine how your family is feeling because my heart is broken. Although your healing was in the departure we sure do miss you down here. We will ride again my friend, just on the other side. GONE WAY TOO SOON💔😔🕊