Perry Gregory Hoxter, 59 of Queen Anne, departed this life on Fri., March 28, 2014 at his home.\n \n\n\n\n He was born to the late Ada Brunell Bell and Robert Nelson Hoxter. Perry attended Kennard High School in Centreville , MD. He was employed at Wards Components Systems in Easton MD as a forklift driver for a great number of years. He was then employed by several fencing companies both in Maryland and Delaware prior to his employment at Allen's Family Foods. He loved working with his hands, working on cars, making and flying model airplanes, bowling and playing cards. Perry enjoyed life and the multitude of persons in his life.\n \n\n\n\n\n\n In addition to his parents, he was proceeded in death by his sister, Andrea Barnett, three aunts: Catherine Hawkins, Pauline Campbell and Mary Emma Cooper and one uncle, Charles Wilmer.\n \n\n Our beloved leaves to mourn his wife, Dorren Hoxter, three daughters, Arlene Brown (Wayne) of Preston MD, Tammy Brown of Starr MD and Andrea Hoxter of Ridgley MD; eleven grandchildren, Kyle, Tyron, Jerron, Ariana, Destini, Jahmer, Wayne, Samuel, Za'Haven, Isaiah and Nazire;. Three great grandchildren, Jakayla, Jalisa and Landon; one sister, Robin Seth; one step brother, Rodney Bell; a step father, Frank Bell; two aunts, Betty Freeman (Roland) and Brenda Wilson (Carroll); three uncles, Clifton Wilmer Jr, William Wilmer and Howard Wilmer (Sandy) and a host of nieces, nephews, loving relatives and special friends\n \n\n\n\n Memorial Service will be held on Sat., April 12\n \n th\n \n 1pm at Bethel AME Church Centreville, MD.