January 28, 1997 ~ April 10, 2020

Born in: Bosnia,
Resided in: Stone Mountain, Georgia

Thank you all for showing your support in honoring the life of our beloved Sasa Perisic.

Trebinje born, Atlanta raised!

I know Sasa is looking down on each and every one of us right now, and he knows the love that we all have for him. Sasa Perisic was honorable, he was caring, he was charismatic, he was gentle, he was giving, and he was more than fair. He genuinely loved everyone with a passion unlike anyone I have ever met.

Whenever life presented me with challenges and hardships, Sasa reminded me on a constant basis that I was never alone. He was positive and did anything that he could to make a situation better. He was our light and our silver lining on a cloudy day. Sasa touched so many people in his life. He lived his life to the fullest and worked hard to make his dreams a reality every day. Sasa Perisic was an incredible son, brother, and friend. He loved life, he loved cars, he loved California, and he loved us, his family so much.

I loved the times that I spent with him, whether it be vacationing, playing computer games at the house, car meets, or on the soccer field, there were always good times to be had. Wherever Sasa was, you knew it was going to be a moment to remember. When talking to Sasa, he always kept it real. Again, he treated everyone like family. Some of the nicknames that he gave to his closest friends included “Ms. Famous”, “Jay Z”, “Sosa”, and of course “twinn”. You may also know him as the GOAT, Mr. SashaFierce, or 1slogto. As family, we must work to spread the same peace and love that Sasa showed the world.

Sasa was greatness and I miss him terribly. Sasa was a special kind of person who always put others before him. To anyone who knows him personally, you knew that he was the kind of person that you could always call whenever you needed help with anything. We must all push forward and work harder to become better versions of ourselves because I know that is what Sasa would have wanted. We are deeply saddened by the loss of our fallen loved one, but I know that he is cruising down the road with angels in heaven.

We miss you; we love you, and we will catch up with you again someday, twinn.

Your car was 1 of 153 but you were 1 of 1.
Long Live Sasa


Funeral Service: April 16, 2020 11:00 am - April 16, 2020 12:00 pm

Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel
1040 Main Street
Stone Mountain, 30083


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  1. I met this great man years ago playing online games, I’m incredibly happy we were able to have a good friendship even if it was online. I’ll miss you like crazy man.

  2. CandleImageTo our neighbor,even though we have not spoken with each other,my husband and I realize something was wrong when we did not see your son blue car in the driveway and visitors were coming and going,but it was just today that we realize that you lost your beloved son. Our deepest condolences to you,families and friends.Peace be with you. From your neighbors at 924 Meadow Rock drive. Allan and Dorothy.

  3. CandleImageI was Sasa’s teacher in Middle School and High School. I just heard the news today. Sasa was always so well-behaved. I never had a problem with him in class. I hate to see him gone so soon.

  4. I have not actually met Sasa personally, he was in my Managerial Decision making class at Ga. State. I am here to send my deepest condolences to his friends, family and loved ones. My heart goes out to all of you.

  5. CandleImageSasa was in my Managerial Decision making class at Georgia State and was always very insightful. I will remember him as a very nice classmate. I am very saddened by the news and I am sending my deepest condolences to every person close to him.

  6. CandleImageI just search your name because I was thinking about but truth is I always do. I miss you so very much and I really wish my best was here. I love you. I promise I’ll make you proud.

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