LINCOLN – Lyndon Wayne Perry, 64, went home to be with our Lord God and Savior, Jesus Christ, in the arms of the love of his life, soul mate, wife, Debi Jean, July 2, 2014. He was born January 16, 1950, the sixth child of Faye and Barbara Perry.
Lyndon was very well known throughout the state for his carpentry skills. Lyndon was a much respected, proud, dedicated man. Lyndon would give his last breath to help someone, that’s what he did and who he was. Anyone that knew Lyndon has a story as to how he touched their lives. His grandchildren were his world. They adored him and absorbed every lesson when he was sharing his knowledge and he unconditionally loved them with his generous heart. He sure will be missed by many. He has many true friends that he holds tight in his heart. To name a few, Larry Wotton, whose coffee pot was never empty and humor was such that if the wrong person witnessed, would question the word “friend”; Milford Pelkey, who has seen him and been with him through thick and thin. Oh my, what fishing stories they would tell; Philip Farrington, who was his right hand man and “brother” right to the end; last, but not least, Troy Langley, who he loved like a son. Lyndon loved teaching Troy and Troy learned well and he was so proud when Troy would call to share a project he had finished.
Lyndon was predeceased by his precious daughter, Amy Lynn; and his parents, Faye and Barbara Perry; sister-in-law, Earlene Perry. In addition to his wife, Debi, he is survived by three brothers, Roland and Lillian, Harley, and Carlton and Linda; three sisters, Mary and Norman Rose, Nellie and Bob Dwelley, and Nancy and Henry Suitter; too many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins to mention; his children, his princess, Mackenzie, Crystal and Pat Irish, Angela and Wilmont Wortman; four grandchildren, whom he cherished, Landri and Brayden, Henry and Michael, who miss him dearly.
In honor of Lyndon’s wishes, there will be no services. A gathering of family and friends will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, July 20, at Lyndon’s “back forty”, with William Chesley officiating. In lieu of flowers, he wishes donations to be made to American Cancer Society, or a charity of choice. Those who wish may sign an online register and leave written condolences at www.clayfuneralhome.com or to 351 Bagley Mt. Rd., Lincoln, ME 04457. In case of inclement weather, the service will be held in the house.