James L. Orman

Born in Hickman Co., TN on March 7, 1915

Departed on April 21, 2010 and resided in Nashville, TN

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ORMAN, James L. age 95 passed away on April 21, 2010. He is preceded in death by his parents Knox and Annie Orman; sisters, Nina Hart, Mattie Parker; brothers, Walter, Merritt and Carlton Orman. He is survived by his wife of 65 years Rebecca Orman; son, Jim Pat Orman; grandchildren, J. Gared Jodie Orman; Jessica Scott Williams; great grandchildren, Clay and Caysen Orman, Madden and Haidyn Gray Williams; brothers, Dennis Ruth Orman, J. T. Orman, Ray Addie Orman; sister, Dorothy Sanders. Funeral services will be on Saturday at 12 pm at West Harpeth Funeral Home with Josh Barnett, Darrell Blankenship, Frank Mayo and Jim Dillingham officiating. Interment will follow in the Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. Family and friends to serve as pallbearers. Visitation will be on Friday from 1-8 pm and on Saturday from 10-12 pm at WEST HARPETH FUNERAL HOME 6962 CHARLOTTE PIKE, NASHVILLE TN. 37209 615-352-9400.

4 Comments to James L. Orman

  1. Terry & Jeanie Dixon says:

    To All of The Orman Family
    You are all in our prayers during this difficult time. Lloyd was a
    wonderful man who loved his family so very much. He will be sorely missed by everyone who knew him.
    He always had time to share a smile and a story with you.

  2. Rebecca Orman says:

    As I look back at the life of Uncle Lloyd; something consistantly comes to mind. His kindness, his love of his beautiful wife and son and the love of his brother and sisters. My dad Johnny “Ray” Orman, Sr. and my Mother Addie always taught me to love and charish your family. That is what I will miss in Uncle Lloyd. As I have grown older nothing is more precious to me than my family. Uncle Lloyd was one of those precious people. I will miss him, more than you know but I will always remember the way he treated people, especially the ones he loved. To my dear Aunt, I will always be here for you and I love both of you deeply. Love, Becky

  3. Bill and Pat Hargis Pomeroy says:

    We wish to express our sorrow in loosing such a wonderful uncle. His demeanor reminded me so much of our grandmother Annie Orman, truly a saint, who never spoke an unkind word about anyone. He loved the Lord and treasured his family. His kindness to our family, especially our mother Nina Ruth, during some very difficult times, was done without anyone knowing his good deed. He never sought recognition for his many thoughtful deeds.
    Bill and I were in town a few weeks ago and went by The Meadows to visit with Uncle Lloyd. He was sitting outside his room and when he saw us, a big smile came across his face. He told us he was very tired. He was very alert and recognized our daughter who was also with us. Bill took several pictures. My most precious memory will be the hug I got that day and the “I Love All of You” as we were leaving.
    Uncle Lloyd was truly a man of God, a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and a good friend. He will truly be missed.

  4. kyle orman says:

    Im truly sorry for the loss of uncle Lloyd and sorry I couldnt be there in person, my best memories of him are going to get my grandfatherMerrittand taking him to appointments.He was always there for his family