Henry Parham


Henry Parham was at U.S. Army veteran of World War II who was the last known living member of the only all-Black unit to land on the beach at Normandy on D-Day.

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It’s amazing that a lot of men from that world war 2 time period lived long lives. So thankful Mr Parham was in that group. To the family I am so sorry for your loss. May Got continue to comfort the family.

Please accept my sincere condolences to the Parham Family. May the love and the special memory you shared with him show just how much your life was touched by him. We hope many of the encouraging words and thoughts on this site comforts you during this difficult time also. May the God of all comfort who is the hearer of prayers be with you in your time of need with his loving kindness and peace as He strengthens you to cope during this difficult time. May family, friends and extended family...

Condolences to the family of Mr. Henry Parham,

Although what we the public knew about your dear one, Mr. Parham, is admired he equally made a good name for himself even after his years of service with the help of each of you - his dear loved ones. “A good name is better than the day one is born” said a famous Proverb. It is precious.

May the scriptural citations on this site give you strength to endure.

Sincere condolences to the Parham family, truly sorry for your loss, may God be with you as you endure such a very difficult time.

A true hero, a true American. As much as we try, we can never truly honor the sacrifices people like Henry made on our behalf. I never had the privilege of meeting Henry, but he will join others whose sacrifices on behalf of us all I try to remember every day.

So sorry for your loss. Henry will be missed.

You were member of the greatest generation and an unsung hero of WII. Rest In Peace. You have done duty for God and country. I salute you Brother in arms.

Thank You Hero