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In Memory of

John Newton Harman

June 5, 1929 - November 29, 2016

Obituary


Born June 5, 1929 at Richlands, Virginia. Completed undergraduate school at Emory and Henry College with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1949 then completed Dental School at the Medical College of Virginia for a Doctor of Dentistry D.D.S.. Graduate training in Periodontia and Oral Medicine from New York University M.S.D.

Retired from United States Air Force as a Lt. Colonel. Engaged in the private practice of Periodontal and has lectured at numerous state and national conventions and published articles in numerous dental articles. Member of American Dental Association, Rocky Mountain Society of Periodontics,...

Born June 5, 1929 at Richlands, Virginia. Completed undergraduate school at Emory and Henry College with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1949 then completed Dental School at the Medical College of Virginia for a Doctor of Dentistry D.D.S.. Graduate training in Periodontia and Oral Medicine from New York University M.S.D.

Retired from United States Air Force as a Lt. Colonel. Engaged in the private practice of Periodontal and has lectured at numerous state and national conventions and published articles in numerous dental articles. Member of American Dental Association, Rocky Mountain Society of Periodontics, Columbia Periodontia Study Club, Southwestern Society of Periodontics and American Academy of Periodontology.

Active member of the Longwood Hills Congregation Church, Kiwanis Club of Longwood and Aly Kaly Shrine, Eastern Star, Knights Templar and 32nd degree Mason.

Served as Explorer Division chairman, Pikes Peak Council, Boy Scouts of America and involved in various levels of Scouting since 1960.

Husband to Doris Harman, father to Lory Lyon, Johnny Harman, Sandra Harman and Ray Harman. Grandfather to 4 children and great grandfather to 7.

We will all remember "Papa" as he was always available when needed by his children or grandchildren. When times were difficult, the warm embrace of his arms were there to assure our safety and we knew we were loved. A Father has never been loved more by the people he touched, his spirit will be with us always.


Arrangements under the direction of Woodlawn Memorial Park & Funeral Home, Gotha, FL.