Molly Susan Perry

Molly Susan Perry
Molly Susan Perry

Molly Susan Perry, 57, of Amarillo, TX died January 20, 2021.

Memorial services will be at 11:00 A.M., Thursday, January 28, 2021, at Christian Heritage Church, with Pastor Craig Lawlis officiating.

Molly was born in Ft. Worth, TX, on May 3, 1963, to Wallace and Melva Bradshaw. She was a very devoted housewife and mother to many. She loved being a NaNa and was full of love, beauty, and kindness, that she radiated wherever she went. Molly had a gentle heart and created bonds with so many people. She loved her five furbabies and was kind to any animal she met.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Randy, who she was very devoted to; and her angel stepdaughter, Kimberly Perry.

Survivors include her husband of 33 years, Paul “Pops” Perry; daughters, Tarra and wife Tina Evans, of Amarillo, TX, and Amy and husband Jr. Evans/Perry, of Amarillo, TX; five grandchildren, PJ and wife Ivory Perry, of Oklahoma, Hunter Perry, of Oklahoma, Jordan “Nicky” Evans, of Amarillo, TX, Jeremy Perry, of Amarillo, TX, and Justice Perry, of Amarillo, TX; two great-grandchildren, Aspen and Wesley Perry, of Oklahoma; brother, Wallace and wife Rachel Bradshaw, of Amarillo, TX; sister, Rhonda McMillian, of California; two brothers-in-law, Joe Perry and Marshall Golden, of California; three sisters-in-law, Cindy Perry, of Amarillo, TX, Sue Judd, of Amarillo, TX, and Tammie Golden, of California; and many many nieces, nephews, cousins, family members, and adopted children who called her “Mom”.

6 Replies to “Molly Susan Perry”

  1. I never had the pleasure of meeting you in person, but I’ve always been told of how loving you was. Fly high and rest with the Lord

  2. I never got to meet you in person but God just got another angel to watch over us all. Rest in peace beautiful lady .

  3. This is not goodbye mom, it’s just a see you later! Thank you for always being such an inspiration to my life! You always seemed to bring the best out of every situation! Your awesome heart, outstanding laugh, and ways with people are truly gonna be missed! Thank you for loving me even when I didn’t deserve it, thank you for being there during the most difficult times of my life! I will always cherish our talks, and even the times you got on to me when I acted up will I cherish forever! My heart is broken in pieces but I know that you are in heaven with our LORD and savior! I will miss you momma Molly, see ya when I get there!

  4. In my 65 years l have only called 3 people my friend and you my beautiful precious Molly are one of them. I will always remember our times we shared and will always hold you in my heart forever and always. Wayne and I send all our love and strength to all of your family and friends. May you soar with the eagles my friend.

  5. God took you to soon. I know you are dancing to uncle randy playing his guitar to you. I love you Momma and will miss you for the rest of my days. Rest easy until we are together again.

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