Perry M. LaPage

August 6,2010

Perry M. LaPage, 39, of Hannibal died Friday at his home. He was born in Oswego and has been a resident of Hannibal for most of his life. He was a former employee of Ansley Warehouse of Baldwinsville. Mr. LaPage is survived by his children Perry LaPage of Hannibal, Chelsey LaPage of Fulton, Allen LaPage of Fulton, and Jessica LaPage of Fulton, his father Perry F. (Charolene) LaPage of Hannibal, his mother Linda (Tom) Leach of Hannibal, his siblings Michelle (Matthew) Conklin of Warners, Neal (Sherri) LaPage of Hannibal, Monica (Jim) Kyle of Hannibal, Arthur (Ann) Flewelling of Fulton, Ka’Wana (Bill) Mediamolle of Fulton several aunts, uncles, and cousins. Funeral services will be Wednesday 9:30 a.m. at the Sugar Funeral Home, Fulton. Burial will be in Hannibal Cemetery. Calling hours will be Tuesday 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home 224 West Second Street, Fulton.

4 thoughts on “Perry M. LaPage

  1. “They are not dead,
    Who leave us this great heritage of remembering joy.

    They still live in our hearts,
    In the happiness we knew, in the dreams we shared.

    They still breathe,
    In the lingering fragrance,windblown, from their favourite flowers.

    They still smile in the moonlight’s silver,
    And laugh in the sunlight’s sparking gold.

    They still speak in the echoes of the words we’ve heard them say again and again.

    They still move,
    In the rhythm of waving grasses, in the dance of the tossing branches.

    They are not dead;
    Their memory is warm in our hearts, comfort in our sorrow.

    They are not apart from us, but part of us,

    For love is eternal,
    And those we love shall be with us throughout all eternity.”

    Peace to you and your family,


  2. My deepest condolences to Linda & Perry and family. I was shocked to hear of shorty’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. I”m
    so sorry!! GOD BLESS YOU ALL

  3. God deeply cares about our griefs and sorrow. So much so that Isaiah in the Old Testament prophesied this of Jesus who was to come; “A man of sorrows and acquainted with grief…Surely He has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows.” (53:3-4) Remember too that when Jesus was on earth and came to the tomb of his dead friend Lazarus he wept and “groaned in the spirit and was troubled.” (John 11:33) There is nothing that we feel concerning the loss of our loved ones that the Lord does not understand and share with us.
    I love all of you and my heart truly aches with you. He was and still is a precioous child that is loved deeply.

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