Tony Glen Dye

February 23, 2011

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Tony Glen “Perk” Dye died last Saturday, February 19th, at the Lewis Gale Medical Center in Salem, Virginia.

Perk Dye was a 1966 graduate of J.J. Kelley High School in Wise, Virginia. He was a high school football and baseball star. He worked as a heavy equipment operator and mechanic and he was a founding member of the Warlords Motorcycle Club in 1974. He was a mentor, friend and role model for scores of young men for four decades. He was well known and widely respected by patched and unpatched bikers in Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky.

When he died, Perk Dye was the Sergeant at Arms for the Southwest Virginia Chapter of the Pagans Motorcycle Club. He now rides with his club brothers who preceded him in death. He also follows his wife, Fern Pettit Dye, and his sister Mollie Stidhem.

He is survived by his brothers, Tim and Terry and their wives Kathy Dye and Verina Dye; his son, Robbie Carter of Wise; his daughters Tami and Vickie; their husbands Scott Jordan of Wise and Keith Wilhoit of Ashboro, North Carolina; his two grandsons, Noah Cain Jordan and Joshua Wilson Wilhoit; several nieces and nephews; his friend Kathy; and the brothers and friends of the Pagan Motorcycle Club.

Well wishers may linger over their goodbye at the viewing Thursday night, February 24th from 6 pm until 9 pm at the Hagy and Fawbush Funeral Home in Norton, Virginia. A memorial service will be held at the funeral home Friday, February 25th at 2 pm. His body will be buried in the Powell Valley Memorial Gardens Mausoleum following that service.

Tony Glen “Perk” Dye was 62 when he died. He was a one percenter for 37 years. He died a proud and free man.

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23 Responses to “Tony Glen Dye”

  1. Suckit Mckee Says:

    Big V. don’t know what the fuck you are talking about, they went to shake hands, of which the victim had only one, when Dye grabbed his hand, spun him and shot him as they were supposedly calling a truce over words said instigated somewhat by a gal I know that was there. They had permission to be there from renter of land but not Dye the leaser

  2. Phuquehed Says:

    You first, TP, you shit-stain.

  3. Tooj Says:

    Yeah, I guess the name fits. No class T.P.

  4. TotallyPeeved Says:

    Rot in hell, you murdering bastard.

  5. youngblood Says:

    man ima miss you brother you were my mentor and one of my closest friends everytime i ride my harley i think of you brother you will be surely missed you were a great man, friend, and brother, love you perk hope to see u on the other side

  6. Scully Says:

    wow Thanks BigV sounds familiar shit on the other coast too

  7. ncpagan Says:

    Thank you BigV.

  8. BigV Says:

    Lady, I grew up in the same area Mr. Dye was from- don’t try to sell that bullshit around here.

    Mr. Dye got ratpacked by 20+ overprivileged horse riding pieces of shit. Those assholes nearly succeeded in beating Mr. Dye to death, but he managed to defend himself and his property from the trash trespassing.

    Everyone knew and accepted it as a clear case of self defense, then the family of the dead trespasser made it an issue Mr. Dye was in an MC. Then the tape evidence showing Mr. Dye was clearly assaulted mysteriously disappeared from State’s Evidence. Only then was the DA’s Office able to railroad Mr. Dye, and they still only barely got a conviction.

    If you’re going to tell the story, tell it all.

  9. lucy jane Says:

    he shit he knows what he done nothing to be proud about.he was not a good man how do u murder and try to murder ppl and be a good man?? GOD knows the real truth i bet u that

  10. KK Says:

    R.I.P Perk. LPDP Much respect for posting this.

  11. not-a-hippie Says:

    “He died a proud and free man.”

    Dang, Rebel, that’s nice.

  12. Priest Says:

    Good to see you back .


  13. BigV Says:

    Rest In Peace, sir.

  14. Hose-a 1% Says:

    RIP Brother,GBNF

  15. WV Fritz Says:

    RIP Brother. LPDP. You will be greatly missed.

  16. White Bear 1% 13 Says:

    Thank you to Rebel for posting this and for all you do for our life style. Perk 1% was a fine man and a true 1% Pagan for more years then any knew, I am proud to have known him and had the opportunity to have him sit at my kitchen table and share his wisdom with not only me but my family and whatever Brothers happened to be lucky enough to be there at same time. Ride free good Brother and I will celebrate your Life these next few days. I will never cross that mountain and not see you smiling at me. White Bear,Anna and your friend James

  17. RVN69 Says:

    Ride in Peace “Perk” Most sincere condolences to his brothers and family for your loss.

  18. Jabba Says:

    LL & R and sincere condolences to all who knew & loved him.

    Much strength to the Pagan Nation.


  19. Gonzo Says:

    We sure did a lot together. From the time withg the Warlords to the Pagans. You left me with some great memories. Ride free my brother.

  20. Shyster Says:

    R.I.P. Perk


  21. ncpagan Says:

    RIP Brother.

  22. Muck 1%er Says:

    Condolences to all who knew and loved him.
    RIP Perk Dye

    Muck 1%er
    Mongols mc

  23. DocB Says:

    Condolences to the brothers, family and friends of Perk Dye. May he rest in peace.


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