Otis Glen Perrigo, better known as Glen, age 74, of Lafayette, Tenn., passed away Sept. 14, 2009, at the Palace Care & Rehab. Funeral services were conducted Wed., Sept. 17, 2009 from the Alexander Funeral Home Chapel with Elder Charles Jones and Elder G. W. Knight officiating. Barry Perrigo, Cody Napier, A. P. Perrigo, John Dyer, Dee Belton, and Steve Belton served as pallbearers. Interment followed in the Galen Cemetery. Otis Glen Perrigo was born on March 13, 1935 in Macon County, Tenn., to his parents; Absloam Price and Alice Gammons Perrigo; who both preceded him in death. Besides his parents; three brothers, Edward Perrigo, Pat Perrigo, and Clayton Perrigo, also preceded him in death. On Dec. 21, 1957, he married Wilma Dean Cook, sharing fifty-one wonderful years together and raising one son and one daughter. Glen was a farmer, but worked mostly as a mason, laying brick and block, until he retired after twenty-six years. He was a quite, simple man who enjoyed being at home. Glen enjoyed working on his farm most of the time. He took great pride in his barns and tractors. Glen could always find something to do around the farm. While Glen was at the nursing home, he would even draw pictures of his barns and what he wanted done to them. Having his family around him, made Glen a very happy and satisfied man. Glen was saved and of the Missionary Baptist belief. He will be missed greatly by his family and friends. Besides his wife, he is survived by; son, Barry Glen Perrigo of Lafayette, Tenn., daughter and son-in-law, Sheila (Willie) Blankenship of Scottsville, KY, grandchildren, Cody Napier and Danielle Nicole Perrigo, and sister, Florine Armour all of Lafayette, Tenn.