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Perkis, Paul A.

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May 28, 1972 - February 25, 2016

Perkis, Paul A.

Paul Perkins was born in Dallas, TX, on May 28, 1972. He passed away Febuary 25,2016 at his home in Garland,TX. he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (Mary Lou Appel) Perkins, also of Garland, TX (whose hometowns are Grayville and Enfield).He leaves as survivors: his sister, Carole ( Mrs. Brian) Ratzer; nephew, Nick nieces Abigale and Elizabeth Ratzer; several aunts and uncles; and a host of personal and Civilian Air Patrol friends. Paul had been involved in C.A.P for over 25 years. His rank was Commander, DCFC, ESO Deputy Commander at Unofficial Commander in Civil Air Patrol. Paul was a friend to all, and all were friends to him. He will be sadly missed by all his family and friends. Memorial Services for Paul Perkins will be held on Saturday, March 12, at 10a.m at the First Presbyterian Church located at 1028 So. Beltline Road, Mesquite, Texas 75149.

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Major Matthew W Whisennand

November 27, 2020 11:37PM

I knew him since 1998 when I first joined Civil Air Patrol. I was very sad at his loss, but sadly never got to see his memorial service as I had work and they wouldn't let me off back then. I knew him very well, and we shared a love of flying, anime, and gaming.

Lt Col Ted Hanson

March 11, 2016 1:14PM

I remember him well from class at National Staff College We all had a great time together. We will all miss him.

Chaplain, Lt Col Linda Pugsley

March 10, 2016 8:34PM

Condolences to Paul's family and friends. Paul was one of the officers in my seminar group at the National Staff College (part of Level 5, the highest achievement in Civil Air Patrol). He will be missed for sure. What a loss for the Air Force Auxiliary.

Colonel David C. McGinley

March 10, 2016 10:00AM

Paul was one of my seminar students at NSC several years ago. We will miss him.