Perry Matheson Obituary, Death – It is with heavy hearts that we remember Perry Matheson, who was born on March 19, 1942, and was tragically reported missing on September 3, 1993. Perry’s disappearance has left a void in the hearts of his family and friends that can never be filled. His memory, however, will forever be cherished.
Perry Matheson was a beloved member of the Barre community, known for his kind and generous nature. He was a devoted husband, father, and friend, and his presence was a source of warmth and comfort to those who knew him. Perry’s smile could light up a room, and his laughter was infectious, bringing joy to all who had the privilege of being in his company.
On that fateful morning in 1993, Perry left his Barre residence, never to return. His sudden and mysterious disappearance left his loved ones in a state of perpetual anguish and uncertainty. Despite extensive efforts to find him, Perry remained missing, leaving behind countless questions and unsolved mysteries.
The discovery of Perry’s burned vehicle in the White Mountain National Forest only added to the mystery surrounding his disappearance. The investigation into his case has remained open for three decades, a testament to the unwavering determination of law enforcement and the enduring hope of his family that answers may one day come to light.
Perry Matheson’s absence has left a void that can never be filled. His family and friends continue to hold him in their hearts, cherishing the memories they shared with him. As we remember Perry on the anniversary of his disappearance, we also renew our plea for information that may help solve this perplexing case.
If anyone has any information regarding Perry Matheson’s disappearance, please reach out to the Berlin office at 802-229-9191. Your assistance could be the key to unlocking the mysteries surrounding Perry’s disappearance and providing closure to his loved ones.
As we remember Perry Matheson, we hold onto the hope that one day, the truth will be revealed, and he will finally find the peace and rest he deserves. Until then, he will remain forever in our hearts, a cherished memory that time cannot erase.