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Thomas E. Parsons

26 abril , 194216 febrero , 2021

Thomas E. Parsons, 78 of Kokomo and formerly of Huntington passed away on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at Ascension St. Vincent Hospital in Kokomo. Thomas was a 1960 graduate of Kokomo High School, a 1964 graduate of Ball State University with a bachelor’s degree in education, a 1973 graduate of St. Francis University with a master’s degree in education. He taught for two years at Greensburg High School in Greensburg, Indiana. He later taught English for 31 years at Huntington North High School, retiring in 1997. Thomas enjoyed gardening and was well known for his beautiful gardens.

He was born on April 26, 1942 in Kokomo, the son of the late William and Lucille (Bartholmy) Parsons.

He was united in marriage to Carolyn S. Petrucelle on May 1, 1971 at S.S. Peter & Paul Catholic Church. Carolyn preceded him in death on December 30, 2013.

Survivors include a sister: Mary Ann (Rick) Wilson of Kokomo; a brother: Stephen Parsons of Kokomo; a niece: Kathy Roby of Fort Wayne and a nephew: Tony Petrucelle of Indiana.

He was preceded in death by a brother: Joseph Parsons.

No visitation or services.

Memorial donations can be made out to Huntington City-Township Public Library in care of Myers Funeral Home, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, IN 46750.

  • FAMILIA

  • Mary Ann (Rick) Wilson, Sister and Brother-in-law
  • Stephen Parsons, Brother
  • Kathy Roby, Niece
  • Tony Petrucelle, Nephew
  • Carolyn S. (Petrucelle) Parsons, Wife (Deceased)
  • William and Lucille (Bartholmy) Parsons, Parents (deceased)
  • Jospeh Parsons, Brother (deceased)
  • DONACIONES

  • Huntington City-Township Public Library

Servicios

  • No Visitation or Services

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Ed Herran

2 marzo , 2021

Thank you Tom Parson's for contributing to the future of so many students. What a nice legacy. You made a lot of people happy.

Jerry Vohs

23 febrero , 2021

My name is Jerry Vohs, Carolyn's cousin. The thing I remember the most is that Tom was very good for her, and her for him. I kind of lost track of him over the last several years and didn't know that he had moved moved back to Kokomo. Sorry for your loss and I'll be thinking of your family in my prayers today.

Nicklaus Petrucelle

21 febrero , 2021

Tom Parsons was a great person. He was kind, educated and considerate. My best wishes to him and his surviving family. Thank you for the time you spent with my brother and I.

Melissa Mayfield

18 febrero , 2021

Uncle Tom was the most gentle soul. I wish that I had known him earlier in his life. I would have loved watching him teach and learning from him. I appreciated his contemplative nature and his unique sense of humor. Finis coronat opus. Well done faithful servant!

Beth Myers Saier

18 febrero , 2021

Mr. Parsons was my English teacher at Huntington North High School. He was a great teacher and lots of fun. I send my deepest sympathies to his family. He will be fondly remembered by so many!

Cheryl Walker

18 febrero , 2021

Tom and I shared breakfast together Monday through Thursday for 17 years! We met for breakfast before school and then headed to work. On Friday he always brought donuts for the department. He never got flustered and was always a favorite of the students. My husband Bill ate lunch out with him every day for even longer. His devotion to Carolyn, his friends and students was unfailing. I feel honored to call him friend and will treasure his memory always.

Dennis Haworth

17 febrero , 2021

Mr. Parsons was a favorite teacher of mine. A beautiful soul.

Sarah Lennon

17 febrero , 2021

I was saddened to learn of Tom Parsons' death. He was my 10th grade English teacher. I thought very highly of him.

Ramonda Bickel

17 febrero , 2021

Had him for English class, fun teacher! I remember his radio & some of the guys always changing the station! Once he asked the girl behind me for gum!

Bonnie Shipman

16 febrero , 2021

No one was more loved by students or coworkers than Tom Parsons. He brought donuts to the teachers lounge every Friday for 20 years and will always be remembered for his sharp wit and generous heart.