Perry Eastman

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Perry P. Eastman
1959 - 2017
PATTERSONVILLE, N.Y. - Perry P. Eastman, 58, of Pattersonville, N.Y., died Thursday Dec. 28, 2017. He was born Nov. 11, 1959, in Gardiner, to Kerwin and Joan Eastman.
Perry was a 1978 graduate of Gardiner Area High School, he attended Franklin Pierce University transferring to UMA, and graduating with a Masters in Science and Finance from Suffolk University. Perry worked at M.A. Matthews Siding, Windows, and Insulation out of high school, and put himself through college working at Firestone while living in Massachusetts. His extensive career concluded at First Choice Financial Credit Union as the Vice President of Finance and Compliance in Gloversville, N.Y.
Perry is survived by his loving wife Louise Eastman of Medford, Mass., whom have been together since 1983, and married May 21, 1994; children Malinda Regan of Haverhill, Mass. and Paul Eastman of Lowell, Mass.; parents Kerwin and Joan Eastman of Gardiner; sisters Lynn Eastman of Lisbon Falls, Dianna Marsella of Port St. John, Fla., Joy Belanger of Augusta, and his brother Andrew Eastman of Gardiner; many cousins, aunts, uncles; neices and nephews. Perry will be fiercly missed by all who knew him.
It was Perry's request to not hold any funeral services. A memorial will be held at a later date in the spring to be determined.
Family asks that donations be made in Perry's name to Peaceful Acres in Pattersonville, N.Y. where he spent much of his time helping care for the animals.

Donations can be made online at
or sent to:
3740 Rynex Corners Rd.
Pattersonville, NY 12137

Published in Central Maine on Jan. 3, 2018