Mr. Larry D. Parman, age 76, Johnson City, passed away at his residence on Friday December 16, 2016.
Mr. Parman was a native of Greene County and the son of the late Nessie and Coralea Swatzell Parman. He was also preceded in death by brothers in law Russel Johnson and Winson Massey.
Mr. Parman was a veteran of the United States Army having retired in 1980 attaining the rank of Sergeant Major.
Larry enjoyed playing golf.
Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Marie Brown Parman, three daughters and sons in law, Maria and Ben Pack, Elizabeth and Tony Hughes, and Karyn and Kyle Wallace; grandchildren, Candace, Clint, Casey, Tristan, Spencer, Eli, Quinn, Xander, Kayne, Kore, and Kai; brother, Bobby Parman and wife Charlotte, sister, JoAnn Johnson, sister in law Elizabeth Massey and brother in law Buddy Brown and his wife Marlene; and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be Tuesday December 20 2016 7:00PM at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home, the family will receive family and friends from 5:00 -7:00Pm prior to the service.
Graveside services will be Wednesday December 21, 2016 10:00AM at Mountain Home National Cemetery with Military Honors.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
|Larry was great to work with at Pepsi back in the eighties. He
was great to the employees as our HR person. Thoughts and
prayers for peace and comfort for the family. |
|We are so sorry to hear about your loss. Losing a loved one
isn't easy. Our loving God invites us at 1 Peter 5:7 " to throw
all your anxiety on him, because he cares for you." May God
give you courage and strength to sustain you in the days
ahead. At John 5:28,29 Jesus spoke about a resurrection for
our loved ones. These verses helped me to cope with the
death of my brother and father may it do the same for you and
||LESTER & ELAINE DARNELL
|WE ARE SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. MR. PARMAN WAS A GOOD MAN. WE LEASE THE LAND BEHIND HIS IN GREENE COUNTY & HE WAS NICE ENOUGH TO LET US ENTER & EXIT THE HAY FIELD THROUGH HIS LAND BECAUSE IT WAS NOT AS STEEP GOING IN & OUT WITH A LOAD. HE WAS VERY THOUGHTFUL & ALWAYS WAS A HARD WORKER. MAY ALL YOUR GOOD MEMORIES SUSTAIN YOU THROUGH THIS MOST DIFFICULT TIME.|
|Very sorry to hear of Mr Parman's passing.
Larry was always very good to me and I have always appreciated his kindness, friendship, and the example of integrity he set for all of us that knew him.
My sincere condolences to Mrs Parman and family.
||Gayle Parman Cornwell
|Marie and family, I will never forget Larry from our younger years in Greeneville. He was always a big tease and I always loved visiting with their family. So sorry.
||Bill and Gail Rambo
|Larry as well as his family have been long time
friends. The best. We thought of them same as
kin. He was a special golf partner, and will be
greatly missed. Love and sympathy to you all. xo|
|Larry was the best HR supervisor that we had at
Pepsi-Cola in Johnson City. He loved his wife and
daughters. He loved to play golf. I enjoyed working
with him. He was always a very nice person that you
couldn't help to love.|
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