In Memory Of
Edward Parker

 
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Moore and Parker
Full Name:
Edward Stephen Parker

Date of Birth:
January 27, 1949

Date of Death:
May 14, 2017

Visitation:
May 18, 2017 - 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm - Maysville Church of the Nazarene

Service Information:
May 19, 2017 - 11:00 am - Maysville Church of the Nazarene









Maysville-Edward Stephen Parker, 68, passed away Sunday, May 14 at his home.  He was born on January 27, 1949 to Doris Norquist Parker Alexander of Concord, NH and the late Harry Parker.  Mr. Parker served 27 years in the United States Navy and went through all enlisted ranks and retired as a Lieutenant Commander; he worked at Dayton Power & Light for five years; and taught at Maysville Community Technical College for 15 years.  He was a member of Maysville Church of the Nazarene; DeKalb Lodge # 12 IOOF, Past Master Maysville Lodge 52 F&Am; Past President of Tri-County Shrine Club.  He is survived by his wife Deborah Paige Parker whom he married September 25, 1976; and three children, Christopher (Stephanie) Parker of Lexington, Michael Parker of Maysville, and Sarah Parker of Louisville; and two grandchildren, Nora and Hayes Parker; one sister, Marilyn Sokul of Concord, NH; and two brothers, Raymon (Joan) Parker of New Paltz, NY and Leon (Kathy) Parker of Concord, NH.  Funeral will be 11 am Friday at Maysville Church of the Nazarene. Burial at sea. Visitation will be 5-8 pm on Thursday at the church.  In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Maysville Church of the Nazarene-Upward Sports 156 W. Maple Leaf Road Maysville, KY  41056 or Mason County Public Library 218 E. 3rd St.  Maysville, KY  41056.  Condolences may be sent to mooreandparkerfh.com
From: Molly HickmanMay 15 2017 4:56PM
I am terribly sorry for your loss. Nothing I can say at this time will help relieve your pain, but please know that I worked with Ed at the college and we remained friends after I left the college. He was a good confidante, always had a smile on his face and always seemed to look at the bright side of things. I know, in reality, he was much more complex than that. I always used to tease him about his scooter. We had a few good laughs about that. Every time he would see me, he would speak, unlike some who would scuttle off in the other direction to avoid someone, Ed always made sure you saw him and spoke. He will be greatly missed.
From: Sarah MerrittMay 15 2017 7:34PM
My deepest sympathies to the Parker family.  Sending all of my love, and prayers for peace and comfort
From: Lynn ShafferMay 15 2017 7:38PM
I share in your sadness at Ed's death and will remember him always. Many prayers to you all
From: Kay CookMay 15 2017 7:53PM
My  thoughts and prayers are with you during the loss of Ed.  I worked with Ed at MCTCS many years ago.  He was a wonderful person who did so much for others!  May it give you comfort knowing  that he is in the loving arms of our Heavenly Father.  RIP ED!
From: Sue HowardMay 16 2017 7:46AM
Michael, We are keeping you and your family in our prayers. Deepest sympathy, Love, Terry and Sue Howard
From: Stanley ClickMay 16 2017 9:00AM
Ed was a good friend and a reliable co-worker. I could never thank him enough for his help with the Maysville campus. You could always count on Ed to speak his mind, and to keep the mood light. I will miss him! You are all in our prayers. Sorry to not be able to attend Ed's funeral but we are out of town on a family vacation.
From: Lisa Huron May 16 2017 12:06PM
I am truly sorry for the loss of Ed. He was a sweet guy and he will be dearly missed . Treasure the memories .
From: Bob DingmanMay 16 2017 9:47PM

The members of the USS New Jersey Veterans Association are deeply saddened to hear of the loss of our shipmate, Ed. We join with so many others who knew Ed in offering our deepest sympathy on his passing. Although it is of little consolation at this sad time, it should be of some satisfaction to know that in his passing, you can celebrate the end of a wonderfully productive life.
The measure of a life well-lived is not in how much wealth, or what possessions they have accumulated, but rather through the lives they touched and the sorrow they leave behind. If the outpouring of sympathy on his loss is any indication, and it most certainly is, you can proudly and confidently say that Ed’s life was indeed, a life well-lived.
May you find peace and comfort in knowing that his loss is felt by all who knew and loved him. May he have “Fair Winds and Following Seas” on his journey to the Lord.
Sincerely,
Bob Dingman,
President of the USS New Jersey Veterans and former Electricians Mate who served with Ed in E Division.
From: Guillory FamilyMay 17 2017 4:27PM
To family and friends of Edward Parker,

We extend our heartfelt condolences for your loss.  Please be assured of God’s enduring love for you, his concern with your well-being, and his willingness to help you endure this difficult time.  (1 Peter 5:7)  We pray that God’s promise at Revelation 21:4 will provide you comfort in the days to come.  For further comforting thoughts, please visit https://www.jw.org/en/publications/magazines/watchtower-no3-2016-may/when-a-loved-one-dies/.  

The Guillory Family
From: Jane (Dyment)ShabanMay 18 2017 6:36AM
Debbie and family,
So sorry to hear about Eddie. I remember him as a guy who could make you smile. Thinking of you during this difficult time.
  With deepest sympathy.
Love,
Jane
From: Sharon WilsonMay 19 2017 9:29AM
My sincere condolences on your loss.  We will all miss Ed especially his sense of humor and big personality.  Our lives and the lives of his students are richer from having known him.
From: Scott and Donna ArthurMay 19 2017 9:13PM
So sorry for your loss. Ed was a good man and will be missed.