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Lular Moore Parson, 1932-2007

Charisssa Davis_Lular Parson, 2000
Lular Moore Parson with her granddaughter,
Charissa Davis, in 2000.

Name:  Salute to Lular Moore Parson, 1932-2007

Date:  2000

Image Number:  RP11cdRP02

Comments:  Lular Moore Parson was born on January 3, 1932, to the late Herbert and Sadie Moore.  Lular graduated in 1951 from Douglass High School in Loudoun County, Virginia, where she earned valedictory honors and composed the school song.  She was also a 2002 graduate of the Institute of Biblical Studies, Liberty University.

Lular married Reverend Robert Roosevelt Parson in 1956, and from their loving union were born four daughters (Melody, Monica, Merisa, and Martika) and one son (Mark).

Robert and Lular Parson Family,  2000
Robert and Lular Parson Family 2000

In the Parson family photo above, Lular Parson sits at right on the couch with her granddaughter, Charissa Joy Davis, and her husband, Rev. Robert Parson, sits to her right with their grandson, Marc Davis.  The Parsons are surrounded by their son, Mark Parson (Rhonda), and four daughters, Melody Day (Phillip) of Charlottesville; Monica Parson of Lynchburg; Merisa Davis (Marc) of Lilburn, Georgia; Martika Gartman (Randy) of Westmont, Illinois, and the Parson's son, Mark Parson (Rhonda) of Richmond, VA.

Lular Moore Parson was also a much beloved docent volunteer at Scottsville Museum and a supporter of her husband's ministries in the Baptist Church in Buckingham and Albemarle counties in Virginia.  Lular Moore Parson passed away on Tuesday January 2, 2007, and she is buried at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Keene,Virginia.

Lular Moore Parson Gravestone, Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Keene, VA

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