William Ronald Parman

Born in Nashville, TN on January 6, 1944

Departed on March 27, 2018 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Age 74 of Nashville, went to be with his heavenly Father Tuesday, March 27, 2018. He is preceded in death by parents, Hardin and Clarine Parman and wife Delores McGrady Parman. Survived by daughters, Stacy Parman and Carrie (Garrick) Forster; sisters, June (H.O.) Lampley and Vickie Parman; grandchildren, Hailey and Zachary Boyce and Caden Osborne, Hannah Parman and Dillon Forster. Ronald served in the U.S. Army and worked for Harpeth Valley Utility District for 41 years. He was a lifetime member of AWWA and TWWA. Ronald was a member of the American Legion Post 5.
Family will receive friends from 1-8 pm Friday March 30th and from 8-10 am Saturday March 31st at West Harpeth Funeral Home. A celebration of life funeral service will be Saturday at 10 am with interment following at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens.
Pallbearers serving: Jeff Lampley, Daniel Bolton, Garrick Forster, Michael McGrady, Keith McGrady, Jerry Drake, Kenneth Tidwell, Kenneth Hulan, Billy Moss and Joey Eades. Honorary Pallbearers will be Harry Buckel, Mike McGrady and H.O. Lampley.
An online obituary can be found at www.westharpethfh.com.

2 Comments to William Ronald Parman

  1. Patsy Sexton
    March 29, 2018 12:27 am

    I am very saddened that one of my favorite cousins has left us. As we were growing up it was a ritual that all the familie’s got together on every holiday and went to the country to Mamaw and Papaw’s hous, where us kids would play and have fun with each other. On the other note I am so glad Ronnie is out of pain and suffering. I am so thankful that Ronnie and his family were able to attend our Winfrey reunion last year and were able to all be together. Ronnie loved God and now has gone home to live with him for eternity.

  2. Roy Richardson
    March 29, 2018 9:30 pm

    Ron old friend, you will be missed. I enjoyed all the years that the two of us spent at VULCAN PARK working with the kids and working on the ball fields. I’m sure that there is a Softball Team in Heaven that is in need of a good man and coach. A gentlemen on and off the field who touched the hearts of a number of young girls that played for you.

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