Memorial website in the memory of your loved one
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Austin Perry who was born in Louisiana on October 29, 1999 and passed away on April 17, 2007 at the age of 7. We will remember him forever.
Tributes and Condolences
Sorry  / Dawn Wilkinson (friend of Becky )
I'm so sorry about your loss. My heart goes out to you and your family.
Dawn Wilkinson (classmate at Boyet & NHS )
You are still in my prayers   / Cheryl Wilks (none)
Perry Family - I think and pray for you often. I know God can truly heal all wounds, so I hope you are leaning on Him during this tragic time in your lives.

May God give you peace in your heart to get you through each day. 

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Little Angel   / Jennifer Toups (Friend)
I know that God puts angels on earth and that they must be kids.  There was one such angel that was recently brought back to heaven.  His name was Austin Blake Perry.  He must have known that he didn't have much time here because ...  Continue >>
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His legacy
Legend of the Dogwood  
It has been said that a Dogwood tree is now growing and blooming at the site of Austin's accident.  For those of you that don't know the signifigance of the Dogwood, following is a poem.

In Jesus' time, the dogwood grew
To a stately size and a lovely hue.

'Twas strong & firm it's branches interwoven
For the cross of Christ its timbers were chosen.

Seeing the distress at this use of their wood
Christ made a promise which still holds good:

"Never again shall the dogwood grow
Large enough to be used so

Slender & twisted, it shall be
With blossoms like the cross for all to see.

As blood stains the petals marked in brown
The blossom's center wears a thorny crown.

All who see it will remember me
Crucified on a cross from the dogwood tree.

Cherished and protected this tree shall be
A reminder to all of my agony." 

Austin was a wonderful, hyper-active, lively little boy.  He never stopped... Always had some kind of a pet.  From rocks to frogs, from dogs to cats and anything in between.  He was so full of love and life. 

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