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Colonel Perry R. Feldman (USAF, Ret.)
Date of Death: June 24, 2014
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Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington, VA

Service at a later date at Arlington National Cemetery

Colonel Perry Richard Feldman (USAF, Ret.) passed away peacefully on June 24, 2014, in Winchester, Virginia after a lengthy illness.  He is survived by his loving wife Phyllis A. (Merchant) Feldman, son Scott E. Feldman, daughter Tracy L. Jones, and son Chad R. Feldman, along with numerous grandchildren. Perry was born in New York, to …
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Meri (Ford) Williams left a message on June 25, 2014:
I was greatly saddened when I received the news this morning of Perry's passing. My family was stationed with the Feldman's at Barksdale AFB in Louisiana. I have many fond memories of Perry teasing my brother, Jeff with that wonderful sense of humor he had. When thinking back on the friends my parents made while in the Air Force, Perry & Phyllis have always been two of my favorites. The entire Ford Family has Phyllis, Scott, Tracy, Chad & all the grandkids in our thoughts and prayers as they deal with this great loss.
Lt. Col. Jeff Ford left a message on June 27, 2014:
Amy & I were so sorry to hear about the passing of your father. Please accept our condolences. Your father was a great man ... one that I know you are extremely proud of. I consider myself a better person for knowing him. Please give your mom a hug for me. You and your family are in our prayers! God Bless, Jeff
Addie and Larry Elliott left a message on July 1, 2014:
We have never had closer friends than Perry and Phyllis Feldman. We spent time with each other almost every month from 1989 forward. We traveled to Europe, New York, Charleston and many other hot spots with the Feldmans. We worked with them while we were station together in Berlin and had the great joy of watching our children get to know each other in the 80s and to stay in touch into 2014. We often said of each other that “we are family”. Indeed, we are family and so will be always. Perry’s passing has been a challenge to his family and our little extended family. But, as always, we stood up together and worked together to make the best of a very difficult time. The Elliott family feels a deep loss since we can no longer see him coming up the walkway to our home or hear his voice when we would call to let him know that we were almost to his house. What will never be lost is the extremely large treasury of memories we share. We have stacks of photo albums gifts exchanged over 30 years and enough wonderful memories of our time together to last forever. Larry, Addie, Tonya, Nicole, and Justin Elliott
Don Zimmer left a message on July 1, 2014:
I traveled with Perry when we served together at 15th AF 1970. The one thing I remember was how much Perry loved Phyllis and the kids. He talked about them all the time. They were truly the center of his life.
Scott Evan Feldman left a message on October 14, 2014:
I love you and miss you dad! Love your son, Scott
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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