Obituary December 1, 2020 the Lord said, Daughter your days of suffering are over. After a lengthy illness she transferred from her earthly home to her heavenly home. In 1958 she set out for NYC for bigger opportunities. She began her career at Brownsville Community in Action Center. It was there that she met a young aspiring preacher, AL Sharpton that she worked with. While working there she continued to develop her skills and went on to work at Kings County Hospital in human resources. From there she went on to pursue a career in hospital administration working at Brookdale Hospital and Queens General. After returning to North Carolina she was employed as a site manager for Meals On Wheels of Scotland County. While working in NYC she met her husband, Donald Perry of forty-seven years and to this union two children were born, Cynthia A. Perry and Bruce A. Perry. Her declining health eventually took its toll and disabled her. She is proceeded in death by Martha Morman, mother, Grady Hines, father, brothers Charles and Grady Hines and husband, Donald Hines. She us survived by her daughter, Cynthia Perry of Charlotte, NC; son, Bruce Perry of Jamaica, NY; a special daughter, Wendy Allen of Rockingham, NC; three grandchildren, Bruce Perry, Jr., April Dalie and Adrian Armor; seven great grandchildren; maternal aunts; Julia Ingram and Marsha Fields of Laurinburg, NC; paternal aunt, Helen Mitchell of Fayetteville, NC; paternal uncle, Ollie B Hines of Rosedale, NY; Brother- in -law; Frank Perry of Harrisburg, PA; eight nieces and nephews, James Edward, Cynthia Hines, Grady Hines, Jr; Jackie Hines, Joyce Davis, Ronnie Hines, Alonzo Hines and Latishia Johnson; a special nephew, Jerry Campbell; a special friend, Navadia Moore and a host of family and friends.
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