RICHMOND — Perley “Pud” Harriman, 80, also of Naples, Fla., died Sunday [October 10, 1999] at Maine General Medical Center, Augusta.
He was born in Franklin, a son of George and Vilora Googins Harriman, and attended Franklin schools.
Mr. Harriman served in the Marine Corps during World War II in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater. He was part of the Marine Raider Battalion and was in five battles, wounded twice and a recipient of two Purple Hearts.
He was a game warden for many years and later retired from Bath Iron Works after 20 years were he worked in the supply office.
Mr. Harriman was a member of the Disabled American Veterans, Brunswick.
He was a fisherman and a hunter.
Surviving are his wife of 53 years, Priscilla Bunker Harriman of Richmond; two daughters, Linda MacPhee of Gardiner and Patricia Harriman of Augusta; and four grandchildren, Lisa and Carl Dodge of Houlton, Shawn Porter of Winthrop and Heather Porter of Naples, Fla.
Visiting hours will be 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Kincer Funeral Home, 14 South Pleasant St. A funeral service will be held at a later date at Father Leclair Memorial Chapel, Maine Veteran’s Cemetery, Augusta, with the Rev. Jim Pierson officiating. The American Legion and Marine contingent will be performing military honors.