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Brian D. Perry

July 1, 1969 - January 28, 2023

Brian D. Perry Brian D. Perry
    February 3, 2023 | 2:00 to 3:30 P.M.
  • Yurs Funeral Home
    1771 W. State Street
    Geneva, Illinois 60134
  • Funeral
  • February 3, 2023 | 3:30 P.M.
  • Yurs Funeral Home
    1771 W. State Street
    Geneva, Illinois 60134
  • Burial Location

Brian Perry passed from this world on Saturday, January 28, 2023. He was surrounded by love.  

Brian valued his family more than anything. He cherished his nieces and nephews and was loved deeply by each of them. Brian was dedicated to his parents, simply being together and helping in any and every way with humor, patience and unreserved love.  

Brian leaves behind a group of longtime friends who knew and loved him well. Whether listening to music, playing golf, watching sports or cooking and being together, Brian’s friends felt his deep loyalty and were equally dedicated to him.  He could talk to anyone, find common ground and chat for hours.  

Brian loved football and baseball and was a dedicated Chicago Bears and Cubs fan. He nurtured an abiding love of music and shared this passion with all. Anyone who spent time with Brian has a song, band or album they associate with him.  

He is survived by his parent Ron and Joan Perry, brothers Steven (Melissa) Perry, Robert (Melanie) Perry, five nieces and four nephews, uncles, Gary (Mary) Perry, Peter Mainguy, aunt Beth Ruscoe,

He was preceded in death by his uncle Ward Ruscoe.

A light has left this world with Brian’s passing, his loss leaves a profound absence in our lives.  

Visitation will be 2-3:30 P.M. Friday, February 3, 2023, at Yurs Funeral Home 1771 W. State Street, Geneva, Illinois 60134. A Time of sharing will follow the visitation at 3:30 P.M. at the funeral home. Donations in Brian’s memory may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, or a charity of the donor’s choice.


Peggy Capes from ., IL

"Your laugh and smile was infectious, my constant person that was in the office with me daily. I've missed you since you left and am so thankful for the friendship we had. I will definitely look you up on the other side my friend. You will always be Grandpa in my eyes. Love you buddy. To Joan & Ron - you are such loving, caring parents and i'm so glad that he had you during this time to care for him. My heart hurts for you as you get through these days ahead, but knowing he is no longer in pain makes the pain we feel a little less."

Paul Rego from Dinwoody, GA

"Deep and fond memories of this special family. Strong admirer of all and definitely appreciative of the very talented young Brian. He shared a competitive soccer spirit and was a winning factor in many games. Very glad to have shared a special part of life with beloved Brian. Deepest condolences to all. So sorry for your loss. Paul Rego and family."

James from Pennington, NJ

"I worked with Brian in the 90s & 00s. Great colleague and a good guy to be around. Truly saddened to hear the news."

Julie Lupo-Uplegger from Geneva , IL

"I met Brian back in the 1980's while working at Frank's Finer Foods in Geneva. We had such good times together. I'm very sad to learn of his passing. May God bless him and his family. I'll never forget you, Brian."

Heather Box from ST Pete , FL

"Brian and I were team mates ( 5 yrs) and he could turn the worst day into the best day!!! I loved his humor, We would laugh so hard I would have tears or have to cross my legs… oh do I miss you Brian, I will never forget you… You were always so patient and kind.. I miss and love you Big B 😘"

Michelle Zeid from Des Plaines, IL

"Brian and I met on a blind date late spring ‘99. We fell FAST for each other with me also falling in love with his wonderful family. Brian and I rode the tops of the waves together for nine solid years. Although our marriage didn’t go the distance as we both had wished for, my love and cherished memories of our time together has never ever faded. I will remember him for his beautiful heart, kindness, loyalty, and being incredibly handsome. He had a deep love of music with CSNY, Black Crowes and Rolling Stones being a few of his all time favorites - I can’t even begin to count all of the concerts that we saw together.I will ALWAYS love you Brian Perry (aka Boo). May you be at peace and surrounded by much love, light, and laughter in God’s house."

Brian from Bartlett, IL

"I just learned of Brian’s passing this week and am deeply grieved. I was friends with Brian in high school and several years after. Brian was a blast to hang around and was a good friend. My deepest sympathy to his family and close friends."

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