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Centenarian honored

March 14, 2013
The Town Crier
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Lugre (Lou) Perri turned 100 years old on Feb. 26 and was honored at Vista Care of Boardman, where she is the oldest resident. Members of the Boardman Township administration and trustees also attended, honoring her long life as a good citizen who greatly contributes to the overall history, character and values which helped to shape and sustain the Boardman and Youngstown communities. Lou was born in Clarksburg, W.V., to Victoria and Luige Oliverio. She was one of five children and had two brothers and two sisters. Lou’s greatest love is her family; her husband Chris and son Kenneth; two daughters-in-law; grandchildren Kristi, Kim and Mark (Lindsey); great-grandchildren Hailey, Zack, Kasey and Kenna. Her love for her family extended to all family including siblings, nieces, nephews, etc. Her family describes Lou as smart, serious but good-hearted, funny, down to earth, a strong take-charge leader, thrifty and a faithful churchgoer at St. Patrick’s Parish on the Southside. Throughout her long life Lou has been an avid reader and gardener, she made her own clothing and household items as well as doing alterations from her home for others.
 
 

 

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