Diamentina (Reposa) Perry, 91, Tiverton

Active in social organizations, she loved singing, listening to music, spending time with her family, and much more

Posted 2/2/22

Diamentina (Reposa) Perry, 91, of Tiverton, passed away Jan. 26, 2022, at home, surrounded by her family.

She was the widow of the late Raymond T. Perry.

Diamentina was born in Portsmouth, …

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Diamentina (Reposa) Perry, 91, Tiverton

Active in social organizations, she loved singing, listening to music, spending time with her family, and much more

Posted

Diamentina (Reposa) Perry, 91, of Tiverton, passed away Jan. 26, 2022, at home, surrounded by her family.

She was the widow of the late Raymond T. Perry.

Diamentina was born in Portsmouth, R.I., a daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Reposa and stepmother, “Tia.”

Prior to retiring, Mrs. Perry worked as a sewing machine operator at the former Trina Inc., in Fall River, and was a member of the Leather Novelty & Plastics Workers Union. She was also a member of the Ocean State Seniors, the Portsmouth Senior Center, and the Red Hat Society of Rhode Island. Diamond loved to be outside doing yard work, listening to music, dancing, singing, being with her family, and watching her granddaughter’s softball and volleyball games.

She is survived by her sons: Raymond Perry, of Westport, Stephen Perry, of Swansea, Alan Perry, of Berkley, and Robert Perry, of Tiverton; her daughters: Deborah Botelho Matos and Shirley Staskiewicz, both of Tiverton; 14 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by several brothers and sisters.

Funeral arrangements will be private. For online guestbook, please visit: www.OliveiraFuneralHomes.com

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