Perry Joseph Horsey

Perry Joseph HorseyPerry Joseph Horsey “PJ”, 50, of North Las Vegas, Nevada formerly of Marion Station, Maryland departed this life Monday, August 4, 2014 after a brief illness. He was born on February 17, 1964 to the late Charles Perry Horsey, Jr. and Theola Horsey Rodriguez.

“PJ” as he was affectionately called received his formal education in the Somerset County Public School System; He graduated from Crisfield High School in 1982.  Upon graduating from high school he served in the United States Marine Corps.  Following his discharge he moved to Santa Ana, California and then later moved to Las Vegas where he called this home. Perry was employed by SAFE Electronics in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Loving memories of  “PJ” will remain with his Mother and Stepfather, Theola and Bishop Salvador Rodriguez of Marion; two sisters, Vonceal Urquheart (Antonio) and Perri Horsey, both of Salisbury; five nieces, Sharonne Tilghman of Princess Anne, Donita Barkley (Lamont), Yolanda Jones (Lamar), Aayana Horsey and Shekinah Urquheart, all of Salisbury; three nephews, Antonio and Javon Urquheart and Aayanta Horsey, all of Salisbury; three great nieces, Laynea and Iyah Barkley and Amara Jones; two great nephews, Lamar and Khalil Jones, all of Salisbury; five aunts, Charmaine, Marida, Barbara, Sarah and Lena; four uncles, James Anthony, Ronald, Donald and Stanford; four great aunts, Iris, Naomi, Lilly, Magnolia and Alice; two great uncles, Thomas and James; an abundance of cousins and friends; special friends, Robert Miller, Kevin Styles, Terry Whittington, Cassandra Price and Carmel Brooks.

“PJ” was preceded in death by his father, Charles Perry Horsey, Jr., a sister, Lorna Horsey; his maternal grandmother, Gertrude Archie, his maternal grandfather, Beryl Whittington, Sr., his paternal grandmother, Magdalene Carter, his paternal grandfather, Charles Perry Horsey, Sr.

You always believed in the person I was becoming, even when it was less than easy.  You helped me see my own uniqueness even when I didn’t see it in myself,

and you taught me that life is still beautiful even when it isn’t simple.

A funeral service will be held 1:00 PM Saturday, August 16, 2014 at Highway Holiness church in Crisfield.  Pastor Dorothy Holden will be the eulogist.  Interment will be at John Wesley U.M.C. Cemetery in Marion Station.

 

15 Responses to “Perry Joseph Horsey”

  • Tonya Tull Sterling:

    Thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of Perry!

  • Valerie Burgess-Anderson:

    May God rest his sweet hands upon the family. I will miss my friend and I love you all.

  • Shirley Mccready Russell:

    My Sincere condolences go out to the Family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Ruth D. Sterling:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Perry will truly be missed by the class of 1982, I can see him and Claude cutting up in English class. He was a great guy and always so humble.

  • George Nelson:

    I am both shocked and saddened by my classmates passing. I pray for the loved ones that Perry has left behind. He was always such a nice guy. He will certainly be missed. I want Perry’s mother to know that if there’s anything that I or the Sheriffs Office can do in this time of need to please contact me. Again I am so sorry for the family and The Class of 82′s loss.

  • Barry Grimes:

    Although I only had the pleasure of working with him, I considered Perry a good friend. A few years ago, we “hit it off” instantly and have been buddies ever since. I always enjoyed his service calls because it would allow us to get caught up with the events one another’s lives. He was like the younger brother I never had. The news of his passing is indeed very difficult. I will truly miss him.

    My sincerest thoughts and prayers go out to family and friends.

    Rest in peace, Perry.

  • Robert Mafara:

    I can’t believe it was your time to go. Your body may not be here, but your soul will always be with me. We had a lot of fun working and hanging out together. Every time a “hottie” walks by I know you will be checking her out! You’re in good hands now and will never be alone. My deepest sympathy goes to your mom and family, I loved him like a brother and miss him greatly. One day we shall meet up again and cause trouble (fun trouble) in heaven. Love you bro, rest in peace

  • Ernesteen Corbin:

    I am at lost of words and shocked to hear of Perry’s passing. I had to sit down as I suddenly had to gasp for air. I would always asked about him. My classmate. Charles Coulbourne (RIP), Perry and I had good times at CHS. I could not have asked for better friends. There was never a dull moment and I cherish the times we shared as participants of the great class of “1982”.
    RIP: In paradise, Perry (P.J) pretty eyes, until we meet again!!! Love ya! (Tears)

  • Fin Rogers:

    I first met Perry when he moved to Las Vegas. We hit it off right away. He was always full of fun. We also worked together at multiple jobsites mostly for different contractors. We finally were reunited working together at SAFE Electronics, still the same old Perry, so fun to be around quick with a comment. I am so saddened at the loss of Our Brother. I want His Family and friends to know that Perry was Loved by us all. My life has been touched and made a better place for knowing Him. He is and always will remain in My heart. I miss My friend and hope to see Him again someday.

  • Robert Connolly:

    My Sincere condolences go out to the Family. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Rest in pease, Perry

  • Robert Miller:

    My sincerest condolences go out to the Family.
    Perry and I were both friends and co-workers over the past 10 years.
    I just don’t know what to say…he was Loved and Appreciated, Always Thorough, Steadfast & Patient…Always Inquisitive, Intelligent ,Unmovable and You’ll Forever Be Missed!
    We Miss You Man!
    We Rejoice in Knowing that You’re With Our Father in Heaven!
    God Bless You PJ!

  • Robert Mafara:

    I still can’t believe it was his time to go, much too youg. We had a lot of fun working and hanging out together. I know your going to be looking over my shoulders everytime a “hottie” walks by and your words will be stuck in my head “did you see that”. You will never be alone again you are in good hands now with the Lord. We shall meet again in heaven causing trouble (fun trouble). My deepest sympathy to your mom and family.

  • Bill Bivens Jr.:

    Though I had not seen you for many years Perry, I always had fond memories of you back in the day at CHS. Its hard to believe that you have transitioned on. My prayers go out to Perry’s family, friends and coworkers. God bless…..

  • Ernesteen Corbin:

    My thoughts and heart is with the Horsey Family . May God send comforting Angels in your time of need as we mourn the lost of a great man, Son, Brother, Uncle and Friend.

    My heart is heavy hearing of Perrys’ passing. He was my classmate and good friend. I remember the times we shared You, Charles Coulbourne and myself , especially in room 110.

    I will always remember your smile and laugh as we sat in the lunchroom and bugged. You will Sadly be missed by many and I shall always remember you P.J. I can not believe that you are gone and we did not get to say our goodbyes.

    Rest in Paradise Perry!!

  • Cheryl Simpson:

    Mrs. Theola and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you and may God help and comfort you and carry you through this time of grief…Cheryl Simpson ( Whittington)

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