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Perry Joe Peckinpaugh

October 21, 1958 ~ June 18, 2021 (age 62)

Obituary

                                                                                                                               Perry Joe Peckinpaugh

                                                                                                                      October 21, 1958 – June 18, 2021

Perry J. Peckinpaugh, 62, of Middletown Indiana, passed away at his home after a year long battle with cancer. He was born in New Castle, IN. to JoEllyn (Jones) Peckinpaugh and Homer (Peedee) Peckinpaugh Jr. He was preceded in death by his parents, grandparents, Lucille and Noble (Toby) Jones and infant grandson Nolan Peckinpaugh.

Perry is survived by his wife 33 years, Amy (Hinshaw) Peckinpaugh, his sons, Jeremy (Jess) Peckinpaugh, Jordan (Maria) Peckinpaugh, his daughters, Kylie (Daniel) Snyder, Kacie Peckinpaugh ( Nicholas McMullen), 10 grandchildren, Will and Caden Peckinpaugh, Noah and Conner Peckinpaugh, Madison and Brennon Roundtree, Braxton, Lincoln, and Winston Synder, Nicholas Dean McMullen, and Tyler Roundtree ( father of Madison and Brennon Roundtree) , 3 brothers, Michael Cummings, Brad Cummings ,and Tracy Peckinpaugh and sister Jerri Peckinpaugh. He is also survived by his many nieces and nephews.

Perry graduated from Shenandoah High School in 1977 where he excelled in basketball and cross country. After high school he worked different construction jobs, most recently at Baseline Communications in Fort Wayne, IN as Director of Operations.

Perry enjoyed working on and restoring cars, spending time with his family and loved his grandchildren very much. He was always such a fun Papaw who all the kids loved spending time and playing with. He also loved his dog Charlie, who he took everywhere with him before getting sick. Perry was always one to make everyone laugh and put others before himself and could fix just about anything.  He also had a very close bond with all of his coworkers at Baseline and cared about them tremendously.

The Family would like to think his Hospice nurse, Julie, and everyone from Southern Care Hospice. As well as all our family and friends who have been here for us during this difficult time. As Perry wished cremation has taken place and a private memorial is being planned at a later date.

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