In Memory of

Clarence (Chuck) Parker


August 18, 1935


December 19, 2010





Father of


Children and






Clarence Charles Parker was born August, 18 1935 in Electra, Texas to Felix L. and Mary Lee Dozier Parker.

His first career was in the Marine Corps as a drill instructor. He trained Marines to go to war. He worked many years as a warehouseman and working his way up the corporate ladder. He enjoyed golfing. He had fond memories of working with his son at C.S.&B. and again at the Apartments.


Clarence Parker is survived by his wife, Mary Lou of Fountain Valley, California; Son and daughter-in-law, Clarence Parker Jr. and Kimberly Parker of Spring, Texas; Daughter and Son-in-law, Deborah and Rick Yant of Powell, Ohio; Daughter and Son-in-law, Tamarann and Stanley Slawinski of Willis, Texas; 8 grandchildren, Tabitha Parker, Mary Parker, Bailey Conner, Dylan Perry, Nichole Parker, Klarissa Parker, Garrett Yant, Kyra Parker and Riley Yant; and Brother Felix Parker, Jr., of Fritsch, Texas; and several nieces, nephews and step-grandchildren.


Dad was a wonderful father, grandfather and friend. To me he was the smartest man in the world. When I needed advice I know that I could call on him. He always made sense of things. He loved spending time with his ganddaughters. Even after Alzheimer’s disease had ravaged his mind, he still found a way to smile. His smile was always a beacon of light to those around him.

Dad's struggle with Alzheimer’s disease has come to an end and he is in a better place now. I know that he would not want us to be sad for him. He would want us to think of him in better times.

We thank you for all of the support and kindness you’ve shown over the years.

Bye for now... Dad


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