Linda Parmley Cole, 64

FULTON, NY – Linda Parmley Cole, 64, of Hannibal, passed away surrounded by her loving family on Wednesday June 4, 2014, at Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse after a brief illness.

She was employed as a national account coordinator for Victory Packaging in Liverpool and previously worked at Jefferson Smurfit / Container Corp. of America in Fulton.

Linda Parmley Cole
Linda Parmley Cole

Linda enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren, at camp at Tug Hill and at Key Largo, Fla.

She played softball for many years with the Fulton Softball Association and was a former secretary of Pathfinder Fish & Game Club in Fulton.

Linda was the daughter of the late, Charles and Stella Parmley.

Surviving are her husband of 41 years, Vern Cole of Hannibal; children, Vern (Vicki) Cole and Crystal (Michael) English all of Hannibal, Vicky Cole of Fulton and Jason (Sandy) Cole of Macedon; grandchildren, Alexis and Jenna Cole and Tanner and Michael English; several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Calling hours will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday at Foster Funeral Home, 910 Fay St., Fulton, with a graveside service 11 a.m. Monday, June 9 at Fairdale Rural Cemetery, County Route 3 in Hannibal.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Mary and Charlie Haney Cancer Giving Fund. c/o Costello, 750 E. Adams St., Syracuse, NY 13210 or to a favorite charity.

Foster Funeral Home, Inc.


  1. Linda was a beautiful person both inside and out. We wish to extend our most sincere sympathy to Vern and his family, in the knowledge that her struggle is over, all pain gone, and nothing but joy and sunshine for her now. May God bless you and comfort you and give you peace.

  2. Our deepest sympathy to the entire family. Linda was a wonderful person and you were all such great neighbors. Your family has always had a special place in my heart. May God bless you, Vern, and the entire family. You are all in our prayers.

    John (and Sue) LiVoti

  3. My heart goes out to Vern, children and grandchildren. I’ll cherish all the dinner night memories we shared at the Ale House. She will be missed dearly. Remember and cherish your beautiful time with her. Not the Cancer she wouldn’t want that. Love You all.

  4. What a shame for everyone who knew her.
    Such and outstanding beautiful woman. In business she was the
    Very best at her job and with her many customers what a loss to all the knew her. Such a loss and I still can’t believe that she is gone now. 2 months after her death.
    She meant so much to me.

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