March 10, 1943 – April 25, 2021
Barbara Nell Price Perry, 78, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Sunday. She was born in Wake County to the late Daylon & Lena Bell Price. She worked for Bunny Brown Day Care for many years where her loving and caring heart shown through. Mrs. Perry never met a stranger. She was preceded in death by her husband, Carl Perry, and sister, Betty Carlyle.
She is survived by her son, Bobby Lee King (Anita), daughters, Lisa Bethel (Todd), Wanda Ludlum, both of Middlesex, brother, Floyd Price (Pauline) of Wendell, sister, Judy Wall of Garner, grandchildren, Bobby Ray King (Arana), Kristie Ludlum (Chris Perry), J.D. Ludlum, Landon Bethel, Cassidy Pennington (Eric), Calley Pennington (Chase), great grandchildren, Alexus Perry, Austin Bell & Owen King, niece, Teresa Carlyle & other loved nieces & nephews.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Heritage Baptist Church https://hbcministry.net/connect/online-giving.
Graveside service 10 am, Thursday, Zebulon Town Cemetery. The family is asking all friends to WEAR MASKS.
Arrangements are with Strickland Funeral Home & Crematory, 211 W. Third St., Wendell, NC, 27591. www.stricklandfuneral.com
I’m going to miss you my sweet Aunt Barbara. I have a lifetime of great memories and I know I will see you again one day.
She loved you so much!
Lisa- I’m so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Always keep the best memories at the forefront. Peace to you & family
To Lisa and the Perry Family, you are in my thoughts and prayers during this time of loss of your mother. She was a friend to all who knew her and faithful in her love and service to the Lord. She always had a faithful pew at church and occupied it as long as she was able. She now is at rest without anymore suffering and pain in her new heavenly body. What a glad reunion day, when you will see her again for all of eternity.
My condolences to her family. She was a very sweet person who was always kind to me. She will be missed. I thank God she got to meet and love her wonderful great grandson Owen.
Aunt Barbara, your voice will always be in my mind telling Lisa and myself to “please Lord, let these kids be safe” I remember you speaking louder than usual because you never truly yelled. I heard this said to us many times growing up over the years as I’m sure when Lisa and I were together it was very stressful times. But like you always would pray we WERE always safe. You told me the last time I had saw you that I reminded you of Aunt Betty because I was wearing my hair up in a bun. I just want you to know that the small pieces of advice and the sweet compliments you have gave me over the years have stayed with me. You have the sweetest soul of any person I know and I’m going to miss you. You will always be an important part of my growing up; learning between right & wrong. Love you always; your niece, Justie
We may not have spoke much but I definitely knew what was going on in your life from my Momma. She is going to miss you more than I can even imagine. You were her rock, I don’t think anyone will ever be able to be the kind of rock you have been for my Momma. She loves you with every fiber and you were her big sister and she looked up to you and had to know you were home and full circle, just like YOU had to know Lisa and I were safe, she too had to know that you were safe. Well, now you are as safe as anyone of us will ever be up in heaven with Our savior Jesus and your beloved Carl, and among other family members… including my Daddy. Tell him I said “my finger ain’t broken, I turn out the lights now” Thank you for being the best example of how to live in honor of Christ. I’m going to try to be there for my mother as much as I possibly can, please look down on her and help to keep her safe.
Lisa and family , YOu will always be in my thoughts and prayers . I will miss seeing Mama Barbara and I loved her so much. I always enjoyed talking with her
My prayers are with you Lisa and your family. I pray that God gives you peace through this difficult time.
Mrs. Barbara Perry I will always remember the great memories with you and Big Lisa ( I named my daughter Liesa after Lisa). Mrs. Perry always kept me and Lisa in line during school and we ALWAYS went to church. I am sure you influence and won many people to the Lord than you realize. You have left a wonderful family here to carry on that example. I am honored to say I knew you and love you all.