Pauline Anne Perrin
Pauline was the youngest of six kids born to Ernest Alfred and Ellen Francis May Burnage. She arrived in the world on June 18, 1939 in Bedford, England.
While at the movies one day, she met Louis R., a dashing Air Force yank. He swept her off her feet and they were married on September 18, 1960.
After traveling the world, or at least quarter of it, they landed in Mississippi where their first son was born.
After crossing the pond again, they arrived in Germany where they had a beautiful baby girl.
Not yet tired of traveling, they came stateside again and settled, for a while, in Florida. Son #2 was born there.
When her husband's soldering days were done, they moved to Texas and settled in La Marque where she set about being the best domestic engineer ever.
Pauline loved her garden and her thumb was so green she could bring a stick back to life. She enjoyed her Friday night poker games with family and playing Bunco with a very special group of ladies. She also loved her shows on BBC.
After 58 years of marriage, her dashing yank went to his reward, and suffering from a broken heart she joined him less than a year later on January 11, 2018 where their love story will never end.
Pauline Anne Perrin is survived by three children- Louis E. Perrin & wife Dawn, Susie Perrin, and Mark L. Perrin & wife Ana, 7 grandchildren- Adam R. Perrin & wife Jessica, Megan Perrin & husband Geoff Williams, Talyor DeLacey, Yamileth Arauz, Mark C. Perrin, A.B. Madrid, and Christian Perrin. She was blessed with 4 great-grandchildren- Brennah Williams, Ethan Taylor, Emma Delacey, and Eli Delacey.
A Visitation for family and friends will be Pauline’s home on Thursday, January, 25, 2018 from 2-6pm.
Services will be held on Friday, January 26, 2018 at the Houston National Cemetery at 1pm after which she will be interred forever with her husband.
In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to the American Cancer Society.