Mike Perry

July 12, 1954 - August 28, 2019
Bellingham, WA

Mike Perry

July 12, 1954 - August 28, 2019
Bellingham, WA


Michael J. Perry, 65, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, August 28th, at his home.

He leaves behind his mother, Gail Perry; two brothers, Scott and Jeff Perry; son, Jason Perry; daughter, Jennifer Perry; five grandchildren; and many friends.

Raised in Bellingham, he was a lifelong resident and proud father. Mike had a passion for the outdoors, both an avid fisherman and hunter. Spending time in the woods was one of his favorite past times. He enjoyed the heat of a real wood fire and working hard cutting firewood. He kept his lawn and landscaping pristine and enjoyed feeding the deer off his front deck. An avid motorcycle enthusiast, he loved going to races and tooling around in his shop. He could fix just about anything with an engine. A jack of all trades, he was always giving a helping hand. In his later years, you would often find his on Sundays watching NASCAR races. Not a material person, it was the little things in life that he appreciated. He will be deeply missed by his family and friends, but never forgotten.

A private burial will be held at Greenacres Memorial Park.

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3 responses to Mike Perry

  1. Joe Sines says:

    My thoughts are with the family and I want you to know that I am thinking of you at this difficult time.
    I had the pleasure of meeting Mike in 2018 and shared the same birthday. We became good friends in a very short time and had daily visits through the process of remodeling his neighbors house. We shared a lot of life stories and kept in close contact from the beginning of our first Acquaintance.
    I count my close friends and Mike makes it on a very short list of people I truly treasure..
    I will miss him always.

    Joe Sines

  2. Steve Hoidal says:

    So sorry to hear. I’ve known Mike for 39 years. We worked together at Coca-Cola what seemed like forever. Mike was a very kind being . I don’t remember him ever getting mad about anything. He was liked by everyone he met. Mike made it through some hard times always with a smile on his face. Imagine he was kind enough to lend me his Harley for a road trip once . That’s above and beyond kindness.

  3. Jade Sines says:

    I met Mike through my husband Joe. They shared a great bond from day one! Mike always managed to make Joe laugh with his stories about the kitten(s) we brought him! He will be greatly missed, may memories of all the good times help you through this sudden loss.

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