Perry Joseph Ganni

Born: 03/22/1956 Passed:

Perry Joseph Ganni age 64, was called to his heavenly home July 28, 2020. He led an outstanding life; his greatest achievement was being a fantastic husband and father. His favorite past time included: watching old cinema, playing football, drinking coffee with loved ones, and most notably finding deals to make money for his family. No doubt this world lost a beautiful soul, but heaven gained a unique, lovable spirit.

He is survived by his wife, Rita; children, Joey, Christopher, Michael, Perry, Tony, Destiny and best friend, Gordie.

Perry’s family will miss him very much, let us rejoice in the fact Perry is with his beloved mother Olga.

Memorial services will be held at Maranatha Ministries 14289 Edison St. NE., Alliance, OH August 8th at 3 PM. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at

John 16:22 “You are now very sad. But later I will see you and you will be so happy that no one will be able to change the way you feel.”

Heritage Cremation Society



8 Tributes to Perry Joseph Ganni

  1. Ganni Family friend, susan myers mastroianni says:

    My deepest condolences to the entire Family.

  2. Dolly Hickman says:

    Perry (Peach) my Brother, there are the only you could say things that I find I will miss the most. I will always carry in my mind your big boisterous voice saying Awww…Dolly…You know!!! Or, do you remember that time we went trick or treating with Vic and Dana and those boys tried to take your candy and you protected yourself and I had to protect Vic and Dana??? And you laughed to this day. No one could weave those tall tales like you could. Whose going to tell them tales? On to your next best journey. I truly believe that you are in a better place now and you are healthy again. Rest and Peace is with and my Big Brother.
    Love, Dolly and Justin

  3. Denise(Danesi)Sack says:

    I am sorry to read of my cousin’s passing…my deepest condolences and sympathies to his family and friends…

  4. Michael Ray says:

    Sad to hear and will miss him. We had some grand ol times as boys out on 225.

    • Randy Hartzell says:

      It was sad day when I read about your passing.I think about all times I had with you and your family growing up on 225.when we were young.As the bible says you in better place now and God bless you and your whole family

      • John Bishop says:

        So very sorry to hear about Perry’s passing! I grew up next door to Perry and his family. Perry and I were the same age and same grade in school. I consider Perry as my very first best friend. He was always fun to hang out with and do all the things that young kids do. I would have to think that Perry was probably a great dad!! I hope that Perry had a great life and now is at peace! My sincere condolences to Perry’s family and to all the Ganni family!

  5. Steve Stallsmith says:

    How quickly time goes by! My condolences to your family. I remember many Halloween’s “trick or treating” in Town, in the rain and probably someone’s candy disappearing every year. I remember sleep outs, swimming, falling off our bikes and more. I also remember how kind and helpful you all were to my mom as we were growing up. Wishing you all peace at this time of sorrow.

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