We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Lewis Funeral Home
Erma Jean Perryman was born May 9, 1920 in Goliad County, Texas, to Thomas Alexander Houck and Rosie Lee Benning Houck. She was the youngest of the girls. She is preceded in death by her husband, Henry Clemett Perryman, and son, Henry Wendell Perryman; her parents, Thomas Alexander Houck and Rosie Lee Benning Houck; sisters, Lavella Amanda Shiner, Anna Lenora Mayberry and Alma Robinson; brothers, Varon Thomas Houck, John Temple Houck, Lloyd Edward Houck, Charlie Lee Houck and Jim Belt.
Erma Jean Perryman’s survivors include: her loving daughter, Norma Jean Glenn (San Antonio, TX), 4 grandchildren: Henry Wendell Perry, Jr., Carl Alexander Perryman, Limentra Toree Amos (Derrick Amos), and Robert Glenn, III; eleven great-grandchildren, Amber Nyshѐ Williams, JѐRee D. Jѐvaughn Regge, Amya Symone Amos, Henry Wendell Perryman III, Deziree Brianna Perryman, Mikkel Valyah Perryman, MaraJade Alexander Glenn, Courtney Alexander Perryman, Janae Jance Perryman, and Brittany Weddington; 4 great-great grandchildren, Malani Perryman, Keith Aaron Bowers, Zahnyah Weddington and Ariyanna King.; other nieces and nephews, extended family members, friends and acquaintances.
April 15, 1975, she was a faithful member of Fannin Street United Methodist Church in Goliad, TX and served as Sunday School teacher, President of the Women’s Society of Christian Services, sang in the choir and was the church secretary. She performed community service at La Bahia Health Care Center and Goliad Manor Nursing Home. On December 14, 2002 she decided to move back to San Antonio, TX to live with her daughter. During those years she became a member of Alamo United Methodist Church and was a devoted and faithful member, respected and admired by all who knew her.
The family will cherish her memory and devoted love she gave to us all. She will be missed by her loved ones because she cared without cost, helped without demanding pay off and loved without strings.
The Lord is good and His mercy endures forever!