Adrian DeWayne Perry was born to Frank and Lavina Lone Dog Perry on June 23, 1951 in Poplar, Montana. He passed away at his home in Fort Kipp on March 20, 2019.
Adrian grew up and spent all of his life in the Fort Kipp community. He enjoyed hunting, especially with his nephews and grandsons. Dad always was crafty with wood; he could just about build anything. He also made plaques for his deer horns and made knife handles from them too. Adrian loved his horses. He sat with them for hours while they ate.
Adrian had any numerous jobs. In his early years he worked for HIP and did his own construction work under his first brand. He also worked for Appollo, Rock Creek Electric, Wagner and as a construction inspector.
Adrian is survived by his wife Jackie of 36 years; daughters Freda (Joey) Christian, Ann (Duta) Perry, Joni (Kidd) Perry; sons Kobe (Danica) Rush, Zack (Candace) Atkinson, Richard Terbasket; granddaughters Lavael Christian, Liessa and Patience Browning; grandsons Yamni and AJ Johnson, Pudge and Spanky Martell, Skeeter Terbasket, James Payne, Christopher Browning, Ceasar Shyface; brother Clyde (Clarice) Perry; sisters Madeline Moran, Vernita Buckles, Irene Wilkins and Leta Atkinson; also his extended families of Annie White Eagle, Jerome First, Mary Black Dog, Mercy White Bear, Ervin Four Bear, Sylvia Half Red, Virgil Four Bear, Raymond Four Bear and Lone Dog families.
He is preceded in death by his parents Frank and Lavina Perry; daughters Robin and Andrea Perry; great-granddaughter Laila Christian; sisters Carol and Shirley Perry; brothers Victor, Kermit, Carlos Perry; niece Bertha Wilkins; nephew Vincent Moran, Jr.