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Dr. Lowell Davis Golmon

A Memorial Service will be held for Dr. Lowell Davis Golmon on June 3, 2017 at 11 a.m. at Calvary Baptist Church in Silver Creek. Dr. Golmon passed away May 10, 2017 at his residence in White Pine, Tennessee. He was 67 years old. Calvary Baptist Church was the last church that Dr. Golmon’s father, Rev. Jewel S. Golmon, pastored. Services will be conducted by Rev. Billy Duncan, a nephew and pastor of Beallwood Baptist Church in Columbus, Georgia and Bro. Trey Spangler, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Silver Creek. Music will be presented by a niece, Melita Duncan, and a nephew, Kevin Trigg.
Dr. Golmon was licensed to preach in 1979 and ordained in 1980 at First Baptist Church in Gonzales, Louisiana. He received his B.A. degree from Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri in 1982. He went on to receive his Master’s of Divinity in 1987 from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and also his Doctorate of Divinity there in 1992.
Dr. Golmon pastored churches in Colorado, Missouri, Texas, Mississippi and Tennessee. He also taught religion classes at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College for over ten years as an Adjunct Professor in the classroom and online.
He was a member of French Broad Baptist Church in Dandridge, Tennessee and involved in outreach efforts and leading mission trips to Kentucky and West Virginia. He also served as a volunteer in food ministry at Sunset Gap Mission Camp in Cocke County, Tennessee.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Rev. J.S. and Lena Golmon; three sisters, Juanita Hammond, Geraldine Shoemaker and Earle Trigg; two brothers, Warren Golmon and Truett Golmon, and an infant sister, Shirley Golmon.
He leaves to cherish his memory his wife of 45 years, Marilynn Klaudt Golmon; seven sisters, Glenda Aube’ (Percy), Billie June Peeler (Bill), Melba Cox, Charlotte Golmon, Dianne Wilson, Rita Feduccia (Bob) and Renee Guy (Wade); two brothers, Mark Golmon (Beverly) and Tony Golmon (Elaine), and several nieces and nephews.