Bobbie Lee Perryman
December 12, 1927 - November 17, 2020
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Funeral services will be at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, November 21, 2020, at Wilson Creek Baptist Church: 6411 South Farm Road 115, Brookline, MO.

Visitation will be one hour before services from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the church.

Cemetery

There will be a private burial for family only at Rose Hill Cemetery, near Willard, MO.

Bobbie Lee Perryman, age 92, of Springfield, Missouri, passed away November 17, 2020. Bobbie was born in Springfield to Bert and Minnie Perryman on December 12, 1927. He attended Willard High School, married Mary Lou Lauthern in 1947, and they soon moved to California. He worked as an electrician for the railroad and later started…

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Phil Bare left a message on November 25, 2020:
Bob was very close to my dad for years, and 1979 I join his church at Park Crest, he loved softball, and got me to sign up to play for there team and we did very well, and made a lot good friends. I will miss him, Phil Bare
Beverly. Aton left a message on November 22, 2020:
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Linda Perryman left a message on November 22, 2020:
Pam and Terry so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I remember many fun times we had when we were children.
Roland (Max) Reinhart left a message on November 22, 2020:
Bob Perryman has been one of the greatest influences in my life. He loved me and understood me when I myself did not, and it was his motivation that drove me to discover my real self and my greatest talents and to not be limited by my circumstances. I regret that I’ve not always lived up to his ideals for me, but until I die his voice will encourage me to keep trying. Thank you, Bob. I love you forever. Roland
Janis Garton left a message on November 22, 2020:
So sorry to hear about Bob, he was a wonderful man. will miss you. Thoughts and prayers to the family.
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RICK & PHYLLIS JAQUESS left a message on November 21, 2020:
We wanted to express to the family that Brother Perryman had a positive impact on our family. He has been to our home and was always a very gracious man. He was a consistent Christian for the cause of Christ. His passion for God's word through his preaching and music was evident! To God be the glory he is home now...
russ ivison left a message on November 21, 2020:
My wife, Faye, and our two children got our independence from Guam 4 July 1976. We landed in Hawaii, and on 5 July met Bro Perryman on his way back to the US after a mission trip with Dr Boonstra. We sat next to each other at a fellowship brunch and i asked him to tell me of the church he pastored, as we were headed to BBC. Tears ran down his cheeks as he talked of each family it was his privilege to pastor. After our experience on Guam, we knew we needed a pastor with such a heart. We spent 13 years at Park Crest in the various ministries we were involved in. Park Crest sent us to England in 1989. For over 30 years Bob Perryman remained our Pastor. Barb, THANK YOU for taking such good care of him after Mary Lou' Promotion. We cannot wait for the Trump of Assembly to sound that we might join him and hear him sing of his Blessed Saviour again.
Larry Olson left a message on November 20, 2020:
Bro. Bob was always an encouragement and a great leader. He came along with the New Testament Church Builders gang to help build Heritage Baptist Church in Wichita, KS. They were always a joy to be around and work next to. I will miss his singing and preaching as if he were preaching to 1000's but always had time you. Thank you for your time and prayers. Larry B. Olson Heritage Baptist Church Wichita, KS.
Terry L. Walker left a message on November 19, 2020:
Brother Perryman was my pastor at Park Crest Baptist Church from 1975 through 1980, when we moved from Springfield to South Carolina. My wife and I dearly loved Brother Perryman and Mrs. Perryman. We saw them some on trips back to Springfield, and kept in touch for several years. I had great esteem for Brother Perryman. My and my wife's condolences to all Brother Perryman's family.
Turnbull left a message on November 19, 2020:
Terry, Jim, and Pam, We loved Bro. Perryman so much as you know. We have never had another pastor we loved more. He was so special and treated me like a daughter. We are so happy he is with the Lord and united once again with the love of his life MaryLou. We love you all and are praying for you and your kids. With Heartfelt Sympathy... Dan and Cheryl Turnbull Kim and Ed Van Dyke Ted Rhodes and family We can hear Bro. Perryman sing "Remind me Dear Lord" right now
Greenlawn left a message:
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