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Charlene Judith Perry of Roscommon

Charlene Judith Perry, 46, of Roscommon, passed away Feb. 23, 2018 at her home.

Charlene was born in Mt. Clemens on May 9, 1971 to James W. Tichenell and Charlene Judith (Keaton) Tichenell. She married Richard W. Perry on Nov. 6, 1992 in Clarkston.

Charlene resided in Roscommon for 2 -+ years, coming from Goodrich, North Branch, Cheboygan, Oakland Twp, and New Haven.

Charlene was an administrative assistant for the Woodland Park Academy in Grand Blanc for 11 years, leaving in 2012. She enjoyed Facebook, dogs, and most of all being with her family.

Surviving Charlene are her husband Rick; three children, Shelby (Fianc+¬, Tim Bentley) Perry of Mt. Morris, Kyle (Fianc+¬, Kate Courser) Perry of Lennon, and Kalvin (Fianc+¬, Chantel Harden) Perry of Grand Blanc; a grandson, Jack, who will be born in March; father Jim Titchenell of Roscommon; four sisters, Jaimie (Tim) Nelson of Boyne City, Cheryl (Chip) Maxwell of Cheboygan, Chrissy (Roy) Hartman of Cheboygan, and Debbie Royce of Roscommon; brother Jim (Kim) Titchenell of Brighton, CO; father-in-law Ken Perry of Ortonville; and brother-in-law David (Diane) Perry of Grand Blanc.

She is preceded in death by her mother, Charlene Tichenell and mother-in-law, Frances Perry.

A celebration of life will be held Wed., Feb. 28, 2018 from 2-8 PM at Walsh Funeral Home in Roscommon.

Memorial donations may be made to the family.

Walsh Funeral Home, Roscommon, is serving the family.

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