OBITUARY

Eddie Clark Parkman

January 13, 1937November 9, 2020

Eddie Clark Parkman, 83, passed away Monday, November 9, 2020. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 AM Wednesday, November 18, 2020 in the chapel of Macon Memorial Park Mausoleum. Dr. Richard Kremer will officiate. Masks and social distancing must be observed to be in attendance. The family will greet friends following the service and asks that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Vineville Baptist Church Library.

Mrs. Parkman was born in Savannah, Georgia the daughter of the late Elease Harn Clark and Edward Nicholas Clark and sister of Emma Paulish. She was married to Joseph Parkman for forty-six years before his death in 2001. She retired from the Medical Center and later served on the Jury Commission for Macon-Bibb County for two-terms. She was an active member and volunteer with Vineville Baptist Church and XYZ.

Mrs. Parkman is survived by her daughters, Cara Brinkley (Avery) of Panama City, Florida and Cassy McCaffery (John) of Atlanta; grandsons Avery Brinkly III of Franklin, North Carolina and Brandon (Courtney) Brinkley of Tampa, Florida and great-grandmother to three beautiful children.

Visit www.snowsmacon.com to express tributes. Snow’s Memorial Chapel, Bass Road, has charge of arrangements.

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  • Mrs. Parkman is survived by her daughters, Cara Brinkley (Avery) of Panama City, Florida and Cassy McCaffery (John) of Atlanta; grandsons Avery Brinkly III of Franklin, North Carolina and Brandon (Courtney) Brinkley of Tampa, Florida and great-grandmother to three beautiful children.

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Dyann Moore

November 15, 2020

I was a caregiver for Mrs. Eddie in Macon. We became friends and enjoyed going out to get lunch. We would sit at her kitchen table and eat together. She shared a lot of stories about her life, family and friends. She told stories in a humorous way that made me laugh. She loved her daughters, son- in-laws and grands. Mrs. Eddie had a lot of good books. She gave me "The Red Tent" to read. When I read the obituary today I looked at my phone's history to double check the date I tried calling her last, it was Nov.9th at 11:48 a.m. I am so sorry for your loss. She will be missed. Sincerely,
Dyann Moore

Rhonda Martin

November 14, 2020

One of my favorite visits with Ms. Eddie was sitting on the back patio with her and the other ladies at her independent living. She was full of life, and always had a story to tell. Cassy and family, I’m sorry for your loss.

Rhonda Martin

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