Tahlequah Daily Press

Obituaries

November 13, 2012

Parman ChungHee Ahdunko

TAHLEQUAH — Parman ChungHee Ahdunko, resident of Collinsville, passed away Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012 at Binger. He was 43 years of age.

Parman was born Aug. 26, 1969, at Lawton, to Wayman Spencer and Okcha (Chin) Ahdunko. He was of Korean and Native American descent. Parman was raised and received his education at Hinton, graduating high school in 1988. He then attended the University of Oklahoma, where he obtained his doctorate from the School of Pharmacy.

Parman served as a medic in the U.S. Army and with the National Guard in both Oklahoma and Minnesota. He has resided in Collinsville since 2011. On Sept. 1, 2012, he and Beth Ann Humble were united in marriage at Eureka Springs, Ark. They attended First Baptist Church of Collinsville.

Parman was a pharmacy supervisor for Saint Francis Health Systems, and as of Oct. 1 of this year, had been promoted to manager at Saint Francis South Hospital. He loved OU football and watching the Chicago Bears, but it could be said that he enjoyed sports of all kinds.

Those who survive include his wife, Beth of the home; children, Audrey Ahdunko of Collinsville, Austin and Emily Ahdunko, both of Tahlequah; a step-daughter, Mallorie Humble of Collinsville; father, Wayman Ahdunko of Tahlequah; and a sister, Aunane Ahdunko, also of Tahlequah. He was preceded in death by his grandparents and his mother in 2007.

Memorial services for Parman will be held at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13, in the sanctuary of the Collinsville First Baptist Church, with Pastor Tim Prock officiating. Arrangements and services have been entrusted to Mowery Funeral Service of Owasso.

Memorial contributions in his memory may be made to: Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, Kan., 66675.

Mowery Funeral Service, 9110 N. Garnett Road, Owasso, Okla., (918) 272-6244

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