Pearle “Micky” Perl, age 63 of Ashtabula and Tucson, AZ, passed away February 22nd, 2017. She was born February 18, 1954 to the late Delores and James Griffith. Micky was a member of Alcoholics Anonymous for the past 22 years. She loved dancing, riding on motorcycles, live music and was the biggest “Wizard of Oz” fan.
She is survived by her children, Sarah (Tony) Sharratta, Christopher Perl and Anthony Perl; granddaughter, Emma Sharratta; siblings, James Griffith, Jeff Griffith, Kelly Griffith and Bernard (Louie) Griffith; many nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends; loving companion, John Puchan.
She is preceded in death by her sister, Jaime Griffith.
Burial at Mentor Cemetery at a later date.
Visitation 2-5 PM Saturday, March 18 at The Abbey located on the grounds of JEFF MONREAL FUNERAL HOME, 38011 Euclid Ave., Willoughby. Memorial Service will follow at 5PM Saturday at The Abbey.
15 Replies to “Pearle “Micky” Perl”
To my best friend. My partner in crime and fun, the person who I loved to dance with, confide in. How will I survive without your humor and quick wit? You were my sister from another mother. You were always there when I had drama in my life and I hope I was there for your drama. Keep dancing in heaven and I’ll see u on the flip side.
It’s me again, keep dancing like no one’s watching…I love u then, now, and forever bff.
My condolences to all the Griffith family. We sure had a lot of fun times together growing up during the 1960’s-1970’s. Micky was always so kind to me and I will always remember that smile, that same Griffith Smile, you all have. Say Hi to your dad mom & Jamie for me and I will see you when I get there to Heaven too!
This is a beautiful obituary and very nice picture of her. Sending love and healing prayers to everyone affected by this loss.
Mickey and I shared a love for dancing. She was my smoking buddy. We spent time talking about our lives and had many things in common. She was a loving, giving person and will forever remain in my heart. Her spirit will always be with you.
I Will love and miss you so much. Rest easy sweetheart…
We shared some great times together that I will always carry in my ❤️. Love you
I Knew Micky From her brother Jeff. Seen her a while ago at a Tire Place she was happy to see me and she looked great we talked for a little bit and it was so nice to she her. Love your Friend Diana
Crazy, wild, wonderful, loving, devoted friend. We survived the 70’s. Missing you.
Micky ~I barely knew you , but I was looking forward to seeing you again this Spring. That says a lot about your spirit ! God Bless you and peace to your family and loving friends .
Love, hugs and prayers to you all. ox
Sarah and Family
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
To My #1 Big Sister,
I didn’t know that day would be our last; that I’d have to say goodbye so fast.
Prayin’ you’d just walk back through that door n tell me that I was only dreamin’ but it’s not my place to question, Only God knows why.
I’m so jealous of the angels.
I’ll hold you as close as I can, until the day I see your face again. But until then God must need another angel
Until we all meet again, R.I.P. Mick and I’ll see you on the other side. I LOVE YOU MORE THAN YOU COULD EVER IMAGINE AND I AM LOST WITHOUT US Kel
I only met Mickey a couple of times, but I am good friends with ber daughter Sarah and also Tony. These are two of the most honest and loving people I have met in Ohio and to me that speaks volumes about the kind of mother they had. I will continue praying for the Perl (Griffith) family, that they may be at peace. Love to all
Micky, you’re my BESTEST friend since we were 8 years old. We schmeedled and schmoogled all over Mentor as girls. And again as women in the rooms of AA. I love you and I’ll miss you 4ever!!