Tab Ryan Perry

Tab Ryan Perry, age 30 of Buckeye, AZ died September 28, 2017. He was born October 29, 1986 in Phoenix, AZ to H.R. “Tab” Perry and Andi Maxwell. Tab was a jack-of-all-trades. He loved to take things apart and put them back together. Tab built relationships with everyone he met. He loved and he was loved by many. He completed the Carpenter Apprenticeship and was a journeyman carpenter. Tab was the owner of Perry Powersports. He was always willing to lend a hand.

Tab is survived by his wife, Brittany Perry; sons, Kohyn Brown-Perry, Kade, Kannon, and Knox Perry; parents, Tim and Andi Maxwell, and H.R. “Tab” Perry; sister, Shannon Chesley; brothers, Jimmy McKay, Trey Maxwell, Gage Perry, Gunner Perry; and grandparents, Mike and Linda McDowell; Harold Perry, and Grace Knutson. He was preceded in death by grandparents, Georgia Perry, Dan and Beth Maxwell, and great grandparents Belva Dickeson and Shorty & Vada Kirkland.

A memorial service will be held at 10:00 am, Friday, October 6, 2017 at Palm Valley Church, 431 Litchfield Road, Goodyear, AZ 85338.

15 Comments on “Tab Ryan Perry

  1. Tab Perry was my son’s first friend when we moved to Arizona. Tab was so polite and friendly when he and Jeff would hang out around our home in Tonopah. It’s so sad to lose such a young person. He will be missed. RIP Tab.

    Shelly Spencer (Lucas)

  2. I love and miss you so much. It really doesn’t seem real to me yet. I hope the angels know what they have! Save us a place in heaven and thanks for the visit.

    Love Mom

    • Saddest thing a Mom could ever say…the deepest sorrow one could know.. I pray our Lord shines upon your face… my prayers are with all who loved Tab

  3. So so sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. Rick and I are so sorry for your loss. I did not know Tab as well as Rick. Rick enjoyed their talks when Tab would keep him company while he was doing the Horses feet. I felt like I knew him through Rick. We are so very sorry for your loss. We are praying for all of you.

  5. We knew Tab when he was a little boy when we visited with Dan and Beth, his grandparents, in Tonopah. I never saw him without a happy smile on his face.

  6. Tab was a wonderful and funny guy. We became friends after I went to work for Bunney’s. I was new to Arizona and he was always willing to show me the ropes, he and Jimmy always called me miss Lori. This world truely lost a wonderful young man and heaven gained an awesome angel. Keep us on the right track Tab, watch over us. Until we meet again rest in peace Tab. You will be so missed

    Lori Stansbury & Taneya Murr

  7. We are so blessed to have had the opportunity to know Tab and experience his sense of humor and fresh outlook on life. He had a heart of gold and a special spirit unlike many. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family during this time.
    As water reflects the face, so does one’s life reflect the heart – Proverbs 27:19

  8. My nephew was and is the best of people! I am proud to be his aunt and we were very close, his loss to our family leaves a hole that will never be filled! I loved him more than words could say and will miss him every minute of everyday! So until we see each other on the other side, I will hold all the precious memories that he and I had together! Never forgotten always in our hearts!!!! We love you Tab, aunt kelly perry and uncle tim!

  9. So sorry for your families loss. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

  10. I’m so glad I got to meet Tab this year–what a polite, gentle, sweet guy!
    I’m praying for all of you during this season.

    Love,
    Lynne

  11. God Bless you Tab! You and your parents were good neighbors, Ralph will miss you and your many talks! We loved watching you grow up and play with your remote control cars. Rest In Peace our dear friend!

  12. I Love You Tab♡
    No matter what was going on, you would always come over to me with the tightest hug ever and tell me you Loved your Grammy. I’ll see you again and get my hug. Love Grandma

  13. I Love You TooTab
    It didn’t matter what was going on you would always take time to come and give me the tightest hug and say I Love My Grammy.
    I know I will see you again and you will have that big hug for me
    Until then, Love Grammy

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