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Robert L. Parker

November 30, 1932 - April 26, 2010
Service
Riverdale Presbyterian Church
1555 Brodhead Road
, PA 15108
Tuesday 5/4

Robert Lewis Parker, 77, of Crescent Twp., passed peacefully in his home surrounded by his loved ones, Monday, April 26, 2010, after a courageous 2-year battle with heart disease. Robert was born November 30, 1932, in Canton, Ohio. He went up with the Lord leaving behind his faithfully devoted wife of 57 years, Mary E.Continue Reading

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kai taravella left a message on May 22, 2010:
he was a big part in everyone's life especially mine i just hope hes in a better place and i hope that hes doing better then i am right now
Harry Mertz left a message on May 4, 2010:
Mr. Parker and his family were a big part of my life for many years. I've got so many good memories I don't know where to start. But one thing I'll never forget is how he always had a good time at work. And it was contagious. God bless him.
GRANSON TRAVIS WRIGHT left a message on May 2, 2010:
My condolences go out to all the family and freinds of Rober L Parker especially Mary Parker, his loving wife, best freind, his caregiver and the strongest woman I know. Robert, also known as {Bob} but to me he was {Pop}, was the rock to the Parker family, taking care of everything and everyone. Pop had a great sense of humor and could fix anything. He was a loving, caring and devoted husband, Father, Grandfather and Great-grandfather. All around a great man to know. Pop you will leave an everlasting impression on me and everyone who was fortunate enough to know you. We will all miss you dearly. I hope to become half the man you were and always will be. Love Travis and Keri Wright
Amanda Wright left a message on May 2, 2010:
Bob and Mary are my grandparents, I have never met a more loving couple. My grandma loved my granfather so much. There was nothing that she wouldn't do for him. She would cut his food up for him(he was perfectly capable to do it himself)but she enjoyed to take care of him and show him he was appreciated as much as she could. She had a man that was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather, worker, and provider. He was a strong man who never once complained even towards the end of his battle when he was very sick. He is an example of what a real man truely is; any man who knew him should follow his ways and try to be as good of man as he was. He loved all the grandkids and had nicknames for all of us; mine was Percy. He would do anything to make us happy, I remember when i was younger he would let me do his hair and put make-up on him; I still remember the blue eyeshadow. He was a wonderful person whom I love and will miss so much! When i was pregnant is when he had his first heart attack and i was scared he wouldn't get to meet my son Enzo. He pulled thru and sure enough he met him. Enzo was lucky enough to have 19 months to spend getting to know his Pa-Pa. And I will make sure he doesn't forget him and I will teach him more about what a great man his Pa-Pa really was. My grandfather will be missed by many and remembered by all of us who knew him. I love you Pop and don't worry, we are here for gram and she will be ok. Shine down on her and watch over her from heaven...
Simpson Funeral Home left a message:
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