In Memory

Perry Dabinett - Class Of 1960

 

 

 

 

Walter P. (Perry), 71, of Wanaque, NJ, formerly of Paramus and Hackensack, NJ died peacefully at home on Saturday, November 16, 2013.

 

Perry, as he was known to his family, graduated from Paramus High School, Class of 1960 and Fairleigh Dickinson University, Class of 1964 with a BS in Economics.  He will be remembered at both as a standout track star and medalist.  He was a Veteran of the US Navy serving during the Vietnam War where he completed Naval Aviation training and achieved the rank of LT, serving as the Executive Officer on the USS Blanco and USS Meeker County.

 

After the war, he held management positions in several retail chains in Bergen County including Lazy Boy and Sleepy's.  After retirement he continued to work as a Security Officer in NJ offices and warehouses. 

 

Perry was the loving son of Walter and Muriel, former long time residents and school employees in Paramus.  He is survived by a son, Chad and two grandchildren of Seattle, WA, his loving sisters Dianne White Robertson of Plano, TX, Joyce Campbell of Wanaque, NJ and Nancy Austin of Westport, CT and many loving cousins, nieces and nephews who will miss his smile and laughter.

 

The family wishes to thank the doctors and staff at the Hackensack University Medical Center Heart Failure Program as well as the US Dept. of Veterans Affairs Agent Orange Program for their care and support.

 

 



 
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11/17/13 10:06 AM #1    

Joan Straka Deck

Perry Dabinett was my next door neighbor & best friend when we were little kids.  We rode our bikes to the New York State borderline stopping at every sweet shop on the way to buy a pretzel or ice cream.  We made forts in the woods, climed trees & caught all kind of creatures in the brook behind my house.  My childhood memories always included my friend Perry.  I was hoping to see him at our last class reunion, but unfortunately he did not attend.  I will miss him!

Joan Straka Deck


11/17/13 11:17 AM #2    

Web Gould

Perry was a good friend from our days at Spring Valley School until graduation in 1960.  He had a great sense of humor ahd was alwys fun to be around.  He was also a good sprinter on track team.  Although I have not seen him since our PHS graduation I can still see his impish smile and hear his laugh.

 

Web Gould


11/17/13 12:02 PM #3    

John Obliskey

We were sorry to hear of his passing. Perry and his sister Nancy and their family  had  lived just a few doors down from us on Spring Valley Road when i was growing up in Paramus . Our sincerest sympaties to  then entire family.


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