Justin Perrin

Justin E. Perrin

Friday, May 3rd, 1985 - Sunday, January 5th, 2020
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Justin E. Perrin, 34, of Chittenango, NY passed away unexpectedly on Sunday. He was born in Syracuse, NY on May 3, 1985.

Justin graduated from Otselic Valley High School in 2005. Justin went on to join the United States Marine Corps that year and worked as an aircraft mechanic. Justin was stationed in Cherry Point, NC and was deployed twice to Al Asad Air Force Base in Iraq. In 2010 Justin was honorably discharged. Justin loved North Carolina and also resided in Moorehead City and Asheville while attending college at Asheville Buncombe Community college before returning to CNY. Justin was currently employed by Fed Ex Express at Hancock Int. Airport. Justin enjoyed the outdoors and loved running, hunting and fishing. He also enjoyed working on cars and running up and down the east coast on a whim. Justin was kind hearted and generous by nature. He loved joking with friends and co-workers, enjoying life to it's fullest. Justin touched many lives in his short time on earth and will be dearly missed by many.

Justin was predeceased by his grandparents, John and Bessie Heinrich of DeWitt; and step-grandfather, Chester Smith of Fayetteville

Surviving are his parents, Lisa (Paul) Smith of North Pitcher and Robert Perrin of Lakeport; brother, Ryan Perrin of Portland OR; grandfather, Larry Howard of Chittenango; grandmother, Gloria Perrin of Lakeport; grandfather, James Perrin of Mattydale; half-brother, Robert Perrin of Ottawa; half-sisters, Petrina Perrin of Ottawa; Teirdre Perrin of Utica; step-sister, Kori Smith of Lowville; step-brother, Paul Smith of Canastota; step-grandmother, Pearl Smith of Fayetteville; several, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and many close friends who would refer to Justin as family.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Clear Path for Veterans of Chittenango at

Calling hours are Tuesday, January 14, 2020 from 9:30 to 11:30 at the Eaton-Tubbs Fayetteville Chapel, 7191 E. Genesee St., Fayetteville. A burial will follow at noon at the Onondaga Veterans Cemetery, 4069 Howlett Hill Road, Syracuse, NY 13215.
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  • Visitation

    Tuesday, January 14th, 2020 | 9:30am - 11:30am
    Tuesday, January 14th, 2020 9:30am - 11:30am
    Eaton-Tubbs Fayetteville Chapel
    7191 E. Genesee Street
    Fayetteville, NY 13066
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  • Interment

    Tuesday, January 14th, 2020 | 12:00pm
    Tuesday, January 14th, 2020 12:00pm
    Onondaga Veteran's Cemetery
    Address Not Available
    Syracuse, NY
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Kimberley & Kenny Irwin

Posted at 11:43pm
Remembering you and "Justin Perrin" in our minds and in our hearts.
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Lisa Smith Posted at 10:44pm

Aww that's very sweet, you meant the world to him🌷

Brianne Kemblowski

Posted at 11:32pm
Im so sorry for the loss of Justin. There was never a dull moment when Justin was around. He made life so much more fun and interesting. He was always happy and laughing. I'm going to miss Justin terribly.
One of the first times Justin came to visit Adam and I in North Carolina, we went to a Mexican restaurant. Justin ordered a burrito and apparently, he made a good choice, because he went on and on about how delicious it was and how he couldn't believe how big it was. He was going to have meals for days because he couldn't finish it all and it didn't even cost a lot. On and on about this burrito he went. So he had it put in a box to go. We all were getting into his gold Honda civic and as he turned onto the major highway in Fayetteville, North Carolina we hear something slide off the top of his car roof. What was that? Adam and I look back on the road and there is Justin's huge, delicious burrito splattered in the road. Justin had left his to-go box on the roof of his car. Adam and I laughed our butts off and still do to this day. Poor Justin and his lost burrito.

Lisa Smith Posted at 10:41pm

What a great memory ❤️ I'd love to hear them all...I may have some crazy ones you've forgotten about! Email, call when you've got time. There are many stories to recall...

Kira Hyer

Posted at 06:28pm
You were one of a kind sir. I will truly miss your antics and your goofiness. I will never forget the day you reached from the backseat of Dana’s truck and took it upon yourself to move my sun visor back up so YOU could see better, never mind the sun in my eyes! Haha. I couldn’t believe you and at that moment I knew you were something special and you’d continue to drive me nuts for a lifetime. It definitely won’t be the same without you coming to visit and staying days on end. We all will miss you ever so much and hope you are watching over us. Till we meet again my friend.

Lisa Smith Posted at 08:14am

Thank you Kira for your kind words. I love to hear all the memories of Justin, he certainly had his ways !! This has been the most difficult time in my life and the sharing of those special memories are very comforting ❤️

loretta hyer

Posted at 06:11pm
justin was just like a son to us. he was always here with us. i remember the first time Justin help hay it. he was so sun burned. but he would not give up. we loved him so much and he will always be with us. God received a very awesome Angel. R.I. P. Justin until we meet again.

Lisa Smith Posted at 09:05am

Loretta , Justin loved spending time at your house and surely made himself a part of your home. ❤️ After leaving home as an "adult"( you know Justin had the eternal heart of a child), I, at times, would see him fly by in his car and head right up to your house. I was always secretly a little jealous, but your house was where the FUN was and home was where mom prodded him to take care of business. So I truly understand his thinking! (we both know how good he was at procrastinating) lol ❤️ Thank you so much for making him feel at home in your home-you will always be my most special neighbor ❤️

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