James "PeeWee" Gilson Parchman
May 4, 1922 – July 18, 2019
James (PeeWee) G. Parchman was born on May 4, 1922, to the parents of Jim Parchman and Harriett Welker Parchman in Erin, Tennessee. His highest level of education was 10th grade.
He served in the U.S. Army under General George S. Patton in 1943, and he was honorably discharged in 1945. He won the World War II Victory Metal, and four bronze stars.
He served many years as a deacon in the Good Hope Baptist Church under Pastor Joe L. Smith. Proceeded in death by four sisters; Flora May Brown, Imagene Adam, Ellen Steptow, Lorene Parchman; one brother, Sam Parchman; and one son: Fredrick Parchman.
He leaves to cherish in his precious memories, his loving wife, Pauline Parchman and children: James D Parchman, William R Parchman, J. Nicole Parchman, Jenn Parchman, Darrell Parchman, Barry Parchman, Cynthia Parchman, Bryant Parchman, Randle Parchman, and Anterio Parchman, and stepchildren: James Marable, Bettie Allen, Phyllis Byrd, Brandon Marable, Nina Pringle, Roger Marable; Sister, Ruth Evelyn Parchman, as well as wonder-ful daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, a great host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, relatives and friends.
- Keith Byrd , Active Pallbearer
- Randle Parchman Jr. , Active Pallbearer
- Emmitt Allen , Active Pallbearer
- Akeem Watts , Active Pallbearer
- Casey Lee Pringle Jr. , Active Pallbearer
- Ivan Fonseca , Active Pallbearer
- Marcus Branagh , Honorary Pallbearer
- Jordan Byrd , Honorary Pallbearer
- Visitation Sunday, August 4, 2019
- Chapel Service Monday, August 5, 2019
- Interment Monday, August 5, 2019
- Family and Friends Re-past Monday, August 5, 2019
James "PeeWee" Gilson Parchman
August 2, 2019
SUMMERS FAITH INTERNATIONAL HOUSE OF PRAYER
2800 SAINT VINCENT AVENUE
SAINT LOUIS, MO 63104
ELDER JERRY N. PARCHMAN, PASTOR
SISTER CATHERINE PARCHMAN, FIRST LADY
Condolence of Mr. James Gilson Parchman
It is finished: and he bowed his head, and gave up the ghost.
St. John 19:30b
as you continue on life’s way,
this is a journey we all must make,
build up happy memories and hold them tight,
our tender memories God gave to strengthen and comfort us,
when we are together and especially when we are apart
to help bear painful loss till we reach that heavenly shore.
By Betty Peppers
To Mrs. Pauline Parchman and the extended family members, among them our pastor his son
Elder Jerry Nicole Parchman and daughter-in-law First Lady Catherine Parchman, we offer our heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your precious loved one Mr. James Gilson Parchman.
We know that kind words has its place and is appreciated, but we know Jesus is the answer and the only true healer of the broken heart. So we stand with you in prayer trusting and believing that God's comfort covers you during this your time of mourning. We also pray that God will strengthen you with the many happy memories that Mr. James Gilson Parchman left behind.
Prayerfully submitted by the:
Summers Faith International House of Prayer Church Family
2800 St. Vincent Street
St. Louis, MO 63104
Elder Jerry Nicole Parchman, Pastor
Sister Catherine Parchman, First Lady
On this our Lord’s Day Monday, August 5, 2019