Herticine Moses Parkman

Published 10:30 am Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Mrs. Herticine Moses Parkman, 65, died Sunday July 10,2016 at the Medical Center of Arlington, TX. Services for Mrs. Parkman were held on Thursday July 21,2016 at Lucas Tabernacle Church of Christ Holiness USA, with Bishop Arnold Stanton, Sr. officiating. Interment was in the South Pleasant Hill M, B. Church Cemetery, with Laird Mortuary in charge of all arrangements.

Mrs. Parkman was the daughter of the late O. T. Moses and the late Stella Mae Barnes Moses of the Lucas Community of Jefferson Davis County. At an early age she joined the Lucas Tabernacle Church, and remained a faithful and active member until she move from the area. Mrs. Parkman graduated from J. E. Johnson High School prior to attending Prentiss Normal and Industrial Institute.

Mrs. Parkman moved to Gulfport to pursue career opportunities prior to relocating to New Orleans, LA where she lived much of her adult life before being uprooted by Hurricane Katrina. Mrs. Parkman was married to the late Robert Parkman, and to this union three children were born, one of whom, Kashame preceded her in death. Due to failing health, Mrs. Parkman was forced to Arlington, TX to be cared for by her daughter, Trevenas Parkman.

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Mrs. Parkman’s survivors include her two children, Robert Parkman, Jr. of New Orleans, LA, and Trevenas Parkman of Arlington TX; two sisters, Janice (Eddie) Lott of Brandon and Sylvia Moses-Armstrong of Atlanta, GA; four brothers, Calvin (Sheila) Moses of Fayetteville, GA, Bradley Moses of Jonesboro, GA, David Moses and Manford Moses, both of Prentiss; seven grandchildren; two great grandchildren; eight aunts; four uncles; and a host of other relatives and friends.

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