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childhood through adulthood," Schott said. "He and his wife Georgia both had a passion for life and a passion for people. He was a great friend to my family and a great London business- man. He was well thought of and he enjoyed his life." Jim Baker was a cousin who landed his first job at Bob's Ready to Wear while in high school. "Jack and his family worked young people in good environ- ments. You might not think about it then, but you learned a lot of people skills that you still use," Baker said. "Later, as you went into the world you realized what an impact that had on your life." Parman remained active into his late 80s although a fall that broke his hip was the health issue that seemingly took the wind out of his sails. The broken hip and confinement from his usual activities instigated some dementia. Some time later, he fell and broke his leg, leaving him mostly immobile. That is what his son said caused his swift decline in health. But his impact on his family and friends was his own legacy - a life that was honored by those he loved and who loved him. Congratulations to this years honorees Are you age 65 or older? Will you be 65 this year? Are you 100 % disabled? If you answered yes and you own property, you may be eligible for the homestead or disability exemption. Don McFadden, Randy Burns Travis Knight, Kendra Cress, JoAnn Humfleet, Crystal Madden Joyce Parker, Pamela Gilbert I or a member of my staff at the Laurel County PVA office can help you determine if you are eligible for this valuable discount on your property tax bill. Please stop by our office on the 1st floor of the courthouse or call (606) 864-2889. Room 127 • 101 South Main Street London, KY 40741 Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM • Saturday 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM www.laurelpva.com