Sallie Perryman Obituary – Tales that are intertwined throughout the patchwork and have recurring themes – Mrs. Sallie Perryman Bailey, who had lived in the metropolitan region of Atlanta, will be put to rest at the chapel of Donald Trimble Mortuary on Saturday, March 13, 2010, at one o’clock in the afternoon. Mrs. Sallie Perryman Bailey had previously called the neighborhood her home. The Reverend Wayne Evans will serve as the master of ceremonies for this event and preside over the gathering in his capacity as the host.
The spot where cremated remains are laid to rest is known as Washington Memorial Gardens, and it is located in the District of Columbia. She is survived by her husband, Mr. Samuel L. Bailey; her daughter, Elaine Hanson (John); her four grandchildren, Quenshada “Sha”, Jonathan, Jerbrea, and Jazzlyn; her one great-granddaughter, Jayden; and her sister, Ms. Dorothy Williams, in addition to a large number of other relatives and friends.
She was married to Mr. Samuel L. Bailey. She is survived by him; her daughter is Elaine Hanson (John). She was Mrs. Samuel L. Bailey, and her husband was Mr. He is the only person who will remember her; her daughter is Elaine Hanson (John). It was on January 15, 2019, when she boarded her flight and left the country. It was the 15th of April in 2019, which was also the month she departed. The date she left was. On the day of the funeral ceremony, anybody who would want to pay their respects to the deceased is respectfully asked to gather in the morgue at 12:30 p.m. on the day of the service. You can speak with a member of the team at Donald Trimble Mortuary, Inc. by calling the number (404) 371-0772-3 or by traveling to their location at 1876 Second Avenue.