Lake City – Perry S. Henely, 58, was called home by God unexpectedly on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at his home. A memorial visitation was held on Friday, June 16, 2017 at Lampe Funeral Home in Lake City.
Perry is survived by his wife, Jane of Lake City; sons Lee of Hong Kong and Joel of Lake City; sisters Devona Trimble of Ruthven, IA, Carol (Leo) Wigen of Spencer, IA, Linda (Rick) Larson of Branson, MO, Virginia (Harry) Origer of Mallard, IA, Debbie Theesfeld of Ayrshire, IA; brothers, Bernard (Sharon) of Estero, FL, Joe of Rodman, IA, David (Kathy) of Chariton, IA; sisters-in-law, Cheri Henely of Spencer, IA, Judy Henely of Grinnell, IA; step-mother-in-law, Shirley Stout of Sac City, IA; brothers-in-law, Paul (Lou) Stout of Westminster, CO, Gail Egeland of Estherville, IA; aunt Phyllis Aschenbrenner of Laurens, IA; and many nieces, nephews and extended family.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Gladys and Lee Henely; brothers, Kenneth, Donald, Dale, Ray, John and Paul; sisters, Dianne, Marilyn and Jean; father-in-law, Preston Stout; mother-in-law, Joan Stout; sister-in-law, Jean Eileen Stout.
Perry Stephen Henely was born on May 8, 1959, in Emmetsburg, Iowa the youngest of 18 children born to Lee and Gladys (Cox) Henely. He was raised on the family farm by Silver Lake near Ayrshire, Iowa where he attended school. After high school, Perry began his nursing career at Emmetsburg Care Center as a C.N.A. He attended St. Joseph’s School of Nursing in Sioux City, Iowa graduating in 1982. On July 31, 1982, he married Jane Stout at the First Christian Church in Sac City. He worked as a Registered Nurse at the Marian Health Center in Sioux City, Iowa and also at the Spencer Municipal Hospital. He continued his education at Buena Vista College in Storm Lake completing his B.S.N. Degree in 1989 and then at the School of Anesthesia at the University of South Dakota at McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls. After graduating in 1992 as a C.R.N.A., Perry went to work at Stewart Memorial Community Hospital in Lake City until the time of his death. During his career, Perry enjoyed acquiring friendships with patients and medical staff while providing locum anesthesia services in surrounding communities.
When Perry wasn’t working with his SMCH family at the hospital he enjoyed spending time with his family working on cars and motorcycles, camping, fishing, boating, watching Netflix, or just sitting on the front porch at home.