Kanon Parkman who was a Georgia Bulldogs kicker in 1991, 1993, 1994, and 1995 is being reported to have passed away as per a statement posted by the official Georgia Bulldogs Facebook page on Feb 14. At The University of Georgia (UGA) Parkman side a Bachelor’s degree, Business Administration and Management, General.
Kanon Parkman Age
He was born in 1973 and died in 2022 at the age of 49
Kanon Parkman Career
Parkman was working as a Sr. Account Director at INAP from April 2021 until his death in 2021. The company which is located in Atlanta (Southeast) gives flexibility to clients when they need to deploy applications. He wrote on his Linkedln that INAP customers can choose a combination of colocation, public cloud, private cloud, and bare metal servers to optimize their workloads.
He previously worked at Flexential as a Data Center / Professional Services / Cloud / Hybrid IT Specialist from Dec 2019 – Apr 2021. Parkman has also worked as a Strategic National Account Executive for Spectrum (formerly Time-Warner Cable)Spectrum (formerly Time-Warner Cable) Oct 2017 – Dec 2019, Client Partner for SoftServe from Mar 2016 – Jun 2017 among other companies.
Kanon Parkman Wife
Kanon Parkman is survived by his wife Megan Parkman, a former soccer player for the Bulldogs, and has a son Blake Parkman who plays golf and is in his senior year. He committed as a junior to UGA with something of a legacy to uphold since both his father and mother played sports for the Bulldogs. According to the news feature by Forsyth News, Parkman Jr, who stands 6-foot-5, packs plenty of power behind his drives, averaging about 310 yards off the tee.
Kanon Parkman Death & Cause
Parkman’s death was confirmed by the Georgia Bulldogs official social media accounts with a post captioned, “Rest In Peace, Kanon Parkman (1973-2022). A DGD…” No other details concerning his cause of death are available at the moment.
Stacy Mellon wrote in the comment under the post, “Kanon was a friend to many of us in our IT community. We are trying to find out more details. Does anyone have any?”