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William Francois Parker

April 21, 1941 - September 29, 2020

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Marianne and Rose

Posted on:
October 29, 2020

Remembering Bill today and everyday through this last month. We are remembering the many good times we shared with Bill and Mary in Colonial Beach and beyond. His warmth, good nature, quick wit and generous ways are just some of the qualities we admired. Bill enjoyed playing (and winning) card and board games and he rekindled our love of jigsaw puzzles. Through the years Bill was there offering us sage advice. Our memories of Bill will remain with us. May he rest in peace.

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Nancy Jordan

Posted on:
October 6, 2020

High school brought many great friends and new events to those of us living in Washington, DC. Meeting the Parker Family and sharing many great times with Mrs. Parker, Bill and his siblings was a joy! Bill driving the family station wagon filled with his brothers, sisters and friends to Bay Ridge Beach, Glen Echo and bowling are fond memories. Attending football games to cheer Bill and his good friend, Fitz, to a win or losing to them at card games around the table loaded with Parkers and their friends were great times. May Bill rest in peace after a life time of accomplishements. My condolences to his family. Nancy (Walter)

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Tom Fitzmaurice

Posted on:
October 5, 2020

I knew Bill from 4 years at Carroll High school. We double dated frequential and had many outing at his family beach home at Bayridge beach on the shore f the Chesapeake Bay. Episodes that were typical of the 60's was hitchhiking to football games. Bill and his girlfriend introduced me to my wife on a blind date. It was succesfull match that lasted 58 years, Bill's mother always had Orange sherbit whenever I visited him. It was friendship that will never be forgotten. On of our dates I took his sister MaryAnn to Glen Echo amusement Park. Bill had use of his mother.s 57 Ford station wagon and it was always filled with great friends to many events, REST IN PEACE Bill Tom Fitzmaurice Glendale AZ

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Mary D. Barber

Posted on:
October 4, 2020

I knew Bill as a sweet gentle man who had a hint of imp about him. He brought the Peace of Christ to St. Mary's each Sunday. We will all miss him and will do our best to comfort each other and his dear wife Mary.
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