Legendary Southeastern coach dies

By: KXII Staff Email
By: KXII Staff Email

DURANT, Okla -- Legendary Southeastern Baseball Coach Don "Doc" Parham has died.

His cause of death has not yet been determined, but Dr. Parham was having health problems.

Parham played basketball at Southeastern and went on to be a longtime baseball coach there. He never had a losing season, and he's in the Southeastern Hall of Fame, NAIA Hall of Fame and the Lone Star Conference Hall of Honor.

Doc Parham was 78 years old.

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  • by Pug Location: Lawton on Nov 5, 2008 at 03:49 PM
    I worked with Don Parham in Atoka, Ok. in 1946 after returning from WW11. We both worked at the Pix Theatre,and Don liked to go down on the stage before show time and give a really good impersonation of Al Joslin. I had known Don and his family in Atoka all our lives. He was always a lot of fun to be with. Homer (Pug) Hawlins
  • by Christina Location: Atlanta, GA on Oct 19, 2008 at 02:30 PM
    I think it is safe to say that Doc touched more lives than he knew. I learned more from him about than I could ever learn from a book and his family is in my prayers. Southeastern and Atoka has lost one of the greats...RIP Doc
  • by a fan Location: Texas on Oct 18, 2008 at 04:21 PM
    Doc was a champion in every way. One of the really good guys. He will be greatly missed. Sympathy to his family and to the Southeastern family.
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