LOUIS OSCAR PERDUE, III

Louis Oscar Perdue, III, passed away at home Monday, June 3, 2019, from kidney failure. He was 44.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents Louis and Rosalie Perdue; his maternal grandparents, Effie and James Cook and Clifford Hood; his uncles Steve Perdue and Joe Senn; and aunt Elloise Powell.

He is survived by his parents Louis “Duke” and Carol Perdue; his sons Tyler and Eli Perdue; his brother Randall “Randy” Perdue; nieces Alysa and Bailey Perdue; aunts Virginia Perdue, Annice “Sunny” Senn, Peggy (Gene) Bush, Arlene Gridley, and Lisa Wynne; along with many other family members who loved him.

Louis was full of life and enjoyed being with people. He was always willing to help anyone. He loved his job at UPS.

Please join us in remembering him. Visitation was held Wednesday, June 5, from 5 – 7 p.m. at Dunklin and Daniels Funeral Home.

Funeral service was held at Spring Creek Baptist Church in Honoraville at 10 a.m., Thursday, June 6.

Burial followed at Perdue Family Cemetery. Visitation was held at 9 a.m. before the funeral. Reverend Joe Leverette presided over services and Dunklin & Daniels Funeral Home directed.

Pallbearers were Brian Sellers, William “Stevie” Perdue, Caleb Glass, David Stephenson, Zachary Smith, and Stephen Hays.

2 Comments

  1. Pat Cox on July 1, 2019 at 9:45 pm

    I was so sorry to learn of Louis’ death. I was a physical education teacher and coach at Goodwyn for several years and remember Louis fondly. More recently, he delivered many packages to the residents in the apartments where I live, and he never failed to speak and talk about his time at Goodwyn and about his family. May God bless you and comfort you as you go through this difficult time.

    Sincerely,
    Pat Cox

  2. Pat Cox on July 1, 2019 at 9:57 pm

    I was sorry to learn of Louis’ death. I was a physical education teacher and coach at Goodwyn and had the pleasure of getting to know Louis when he attended Goodwyn. I can still see him running around on the football field. In later years we got re-acquainted through his work with UPS, as he made his deliveries to my neighborhood. We enjoyed conversations about education, his participation in sports, his love of the outdoors and his family. I will miss seeing him driving that truck and making his deliveries. May God bless and comfort you as you go through this difficult time.

    Sincerely,
    Pat Cox

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