Emmanuel Perry Death – A famous and respected Gwinnett County Physical Therapist has tragically passed away. Emmanuel Perry, a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity – NU MU LAMBDA CHAPTER died following an undisclosed cause this week. The 35-year-old was a Doctor Degree holder in Physical Therapy from Georgia State University. Perry graduated with a bachelor’s Degree in Health and Exercise Science from Furman University. After he was announced dead, his community of friends took to their social media pages to honor his shot but beautifully lived life.
The Collins Hill High School graduate was described by his friends as a man who has touched many lives, and one of the best Physiotherapists from Suwanee, Georgia. “Hard to find words. A true stand-up guy, with a great sense of humor, is extremely intelligent, and always comes with a smile!! I can hear black yelling down the hall now “EEEEE” You will be missed by many!! I pray for the Perry family!! Gone too soon!! Love brotha,’ a friend wrote. Emmanuel Perry died at the age of 35. He was a husband, a father, and a son amongst other things.
The Occupational Therapist went to Furman University – a private liberal arts university in Greenville, South Carolina. Founded in 1826 and named for the clergyman Richard Furman, also known as the oldest private institution of higher learning in South Carolina. The exact cause of death was not immediately disclosed by the family.
Emmanuel Perry Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family
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According to the reports of the police, the collision between two school buses in Gwinnett County did not result in any major injuries. According to Gwinnett County police Cpl. Edwin Ritter, a bus that was traveling to Lilburn Middle School and had 38 students on board rear-ended a parked special needs bus that had three people on board: two students and a monitor. According to him, the operator of the bus that was unable to come to a halt was brought to the Gwinnett Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries and was also issued a citation for following too closely.
According to Ritter, ten of the 38 youngsters who were riding on the bus complained of having back discomfort, and the Gwinnett Fire Department treated them there on the spot. According to him, the driver of the special needs bus and the monitor on the bus both complained of injuries but refused to be transported to the hospital. The two students with special needs did not sustain any injuries.
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