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In Memory of

Harold Ellis Parrott

November 30, 1939 - September 14, 2017

Obituary


Harold Ellis Parrott went to be with the Lord on September 14, 2017. He was born in Monahans, Texas on November 30, 1939 to Dale Ellis Parrott and Nita Geneva Phifer Parrott. He was a graduate of Milby High School and attended San Jacinto Junior College. Although he worked in the healthcare and wellness profession for many years, his true calling was sharing his love for Jesus.

For 33 years he was a faithful member of Lakewood Church and served as a prayer partner, Director of the Married Couples Fellowship under Pastor John Osteen...

Harold Ellis Parrott went to be with the Lord on September 14, 2017. He was born in Monahans, Texas on November 30, 1939 to Dale Ellis Parrott and Nita Geneva Phifer Parrott. He was a graduate of Milby High School and attended San Jacinto Junior College. Although he worked in the healthcare and wellness profession for many years, his true calling was sharing his love for Jesus.

For 33 years he was a faithful member of Lakewood Church and served as a prayer partner, Director of the Married Couples Fellowship under Pastor John Osteen and in the Visitor's Reception with Pastor Joel Osteen.

Harold is preceded in death by his parents, his dearest grandmother Ruth Ayers Phifer, known lovingly as Mama Lady, Brother Rodney Dale Parrott and nephew Dale Parrott, Sister Virginia Parrott Mitchell, brother-in-law Thomas Lawley Mitchell, and Sister-in-law Nina Herndon Parrott. He is survived by his loving wife, Phyllis Hutcherson Parrott, children Deborah Ann Parrott, Rodney Sterling Parrott and wife Linda Kay Parrott, Cathryn Allene Parrott and Holly Gayle Parrott. Grandchildren Rachel, Eli, Ashley, Dennis, Frank and Damon. 9 great grandchildren, 6 nephews, 8 nieces, 10 great Nephews, 4 great nieces, and many adopted family members. Brother Neil Jones Parrott, Mother-in-law Carol Beth Hutcherson, brother-in-law Dr. Richard Dale Hutcherson and wife Barbara Johnson Hutcherson.

There will be a celebration of Harold's life on Sunday, September 17th in the home of Greg and Ginger Davis at 3906 Olympia Springs Drive, League City, Texas 77573, please contact family members for the gate code, come and go from 3 PM to 6 PM.

The visitation will be held at Lakewood Church Chapel on the 3rd floor on Monday, September 18th, from 10 AM to 11:30 AM and the service will be immediately following at 11:30 AM. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Lakewood Church Missions Department.