Steven N. Perry

Steven N. Perry, 60, a life-time resident of Waco, passed away suddenly Wednesday, July 29, 2020.

Graveside Service: 9:30AM Tuesday, August 4 at Waco Memorial Park with Pastor Mark Wible officiating.

Visitation: 5:30 to 7:30PM Monday, August 3 at Lake Shore Funeral Home.

Steven was born February 3, 1960 to Isaac and Genoa (Oliver) Perry. He married JoAnn Grubbs on May 26, 2006 in Waco. He worked as a crew foreman for Kasparian Underground. Steven enjoyed spending time with his wife, working on his cars, attending car shows and races, and playing with his dogs.

He was preceded in death by his parents; and sister, Connie Clark.

Survivors include his wife of 14 years, Jo Ann Perry; sister, Stephanie Lyster and husband Johnny of Waco; brother-in-law, Randy Clark of Waco; nephews, David Clark of Merritt Island, FL, and Chris Clark and wife Christina of Garland; step-daughter, Catherine Castleberry and husband Douglas of Corpus Christi; and step-son, Dennis Roach and wife Jamie of Huntsville.

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Place of Service: Waco Memorial Park , 6623 S. IH-35; Robinson, TX 76706



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  1. So very sorry to hear of your loss. God bless

  2. Sorry for your loss, prayers

  3. Condolences, Steve will always be remembered. Lots of memories including him.

  4. Stephanie, Johnny, Randy and family,
    I so very sorry to read about Steven.
    You are in our thoughts and prayers and always in our hearts.
    God be with you,
    Donna & James Zemanek

  5. So sorry to hear about Steve. Although he was the older cousin, we spent a lot of time together as kids. I’ll never forget the shelves full of model cars. I also remember watching him build the Chevelle. He had such a passion for his cars. He’ll surely be missed

  6. So very sorry To hear this and so sorry for your loss. He was a great guy .

    • Memories of being at McNamaras Texaco seeing what new mods Steve had done to his chevelle condolences to the family and thanks to Steve for great memories

  7. I was shocked to read about Steven’s passing. I have many fond memories of long conversations when he would visit Connie at the bank. After her passing he continued to visit and share memories. I truly enjoyed those times. Deepest sympathies and prayers for Jo Ann, Stephanie, Johnny, Randy, David and Chris and family. While we grieve here on earth, we know there is rejoicing in Heaven with the family reunion of those who passed before.

  8. Jim and Mary Oliver

    Jim and I are so sorry for the loss of Steven. He was a sweet man who loved life. We watched him grow in to a man who loved his antique cars and had such a talent working on them. Prayers for the family at this time. R.I.P Steven. Jim and Mary Oliver

  9. Linda Oliver Crawford

    My heart is saddened by the loss of Steven . He was a genuine hard working man who loved his wife and family .I always enjoyed visiting with him when I came to Waco to visit family . I also admired his artistic talent and mechanical skills . Steve’s passion for cars made me smile and he was a perfectionist when it came to his cars .
    My condolences to all who knew and loved him . He will be missed by many including me
    May he RIP

  10. Mei Ling Perry

    Shocked to hear of his passing. I have fond memories of him and my dad, Richard Perry, parking beside each other all the years that Ft. Fisher had car shows. Steven loved that Chevelle and daddy had his 1957 Chevy pick up. Great family time. Will miss my cousin dearly. Prayers to all in our family. Mei Ling Perry

  11. Sorry to hear of Stevens passing, I hadn’t seen him since he was a boy. But remember he was always very mechanical and a funny kid.

  12. Such a loss of a good hearted man, he will be missed and life will not be the same without Steve here. Condolances to his family

  13. So sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. What a good guy! He will be missed by so many people. Condolences to Steve’s wife and family…

  14. Alfred Whiteside

    Hate to hear the loss of Steve, super nice guy. My deepest condolences.

  15. Sorry to hear about your loss.. Steve was a cool cat and we talked often about cars. Will miss seeing him at the shows.. our deepest condolences Richard Stevenson

  16. Ginny Guice Sanchez

    I remember Steven when we were just little kids my first memory of a childhood friend, when we lived on Frederick. Stephanie so sorry for the loss of your little brother. Prayers for all of the family, may God comfort in your tine of loss.

  17. Deborah Kelley

    Stephanie, I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. I know you loved him very much. Please let me know if Ican
    help you get through this difficult time. Love you like family. Deborah Kelley

  18. Stephanie, I am so so sorry for your loss. I loved and still love your family so much. Some of the happiest days of my life were spent with you guys as neighbors. Heaven is richer. Love you and saying prayers for all of you. Heartbreaking news. God hold you close. James Weaver

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