Perry T. Masters 02/27/2023



Perry T. Masters

Perry T. Masters, 52, of Ogdensburg, died on February 27, 2023.  Services are private. A graveside service with military honors will be May 9, 2024 at the Old DeKalb Cemetery, 10:30 am. Perry is survived by his siblings, Kelly Mandigo of Canton, Linda and her husband Ed Newcombe of Rensselaer Falls, Diane and her husband Tom Pike of Ogdensburg, Brian Masters of Webster, Lyle Masters II of DeKalb, his stepmother Nancy Masters, an Uncle Ken Masters, his good friend Lee Larby, several nieces and nephews. He was born on March 18,1970, in Gouverneur, the son of the late, Lyle Masters and Vicky Morse. Perry graduated from Heuvelton Central School in 1989, he then enlisted in the Army.  He was in the active military till 1995, when he then went into the reserves. He worked as a logger for Sanford Inc. in Colton.  He was an active member of the VFW Post 2936 in Ogdensburg, the A.D. Charbonneau Council 258 Knights of Columbus in Ogdensburg, AMVETS Post 19 in Ogdensburg and AMVETS Post 1997 in Heuvelton.  Perry loved to collect Elvis’s memorabilia and impersonate Elvis, talking to people on the phone, drawing and singing karaoke.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Cancer Society, the Alzheimer’s Association or the Diabetes Association. 

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  1. High fly big brother .you will forever in our heart and we will forever love you ..I know you will be watching over me and tyran

  2. My brother in arms, in friendship and in a brotherhood, You will be missed and may you Rest Easy. You were and will always will be one of my best friends. We shared a bond no one could ever break.

  3. Perry was one of my best friends. A true American Patriot. I will truly miss him and he will always be my brother. May he rest in peace forever. See you on the other side.

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