Mrs. Patricia Parker
Patricia passed away on March 13, 2019 at Regency Hospital. She loved spending time outdoors, fishing, painting and gardening but the thing that she loved the most was spending time with her family, mainly spoiling her grandchildren.
She is survived by her husband, Andreas "Andy" E. Parker, Sr.; Sons, Martin Lott Blackman (Laura) and Andreas "JR" Parker, Jr. (Justin); Daughter, Andre'ana Pauline Parker (Mason); Grandchildren, Thomas Blackman, Ryan Parker-McElroy; and Lola Nova Parker; Brother, George Edward Chura; and sisters, Nancy Chura and Mary Clark.
She is preceded by her parents, John and Wanda Huntley Chura.
Family and friends may sign the online memorial at www.barhamfuneralhome.com
I'm so sorry for your loss. Pat was a good friend of mine. We went to school together. I wish I had known. I would have tried to be there. R.I.P. MY DEAR FRIEND
Sandra FranksSinger, LA
I am so very sorry to hear of Patricia's passing such a kind soul we were friends on facebook and shared many smiles and talks may she rip lovely soul. Blessings sent to all her family Amen <3
Deb StAmourWestport, MA
I helped my parents raise Pat from the time she was born. Pat grew up to be loving ,compassionate & caring. Her laugh will be missed. When she came for a visit we wood talk about. Mother & Daddy & we wood laugh so hard on memmories .Pat you have a lot of family in Heaven that will be at the Gates with open arms. Rest in peace. I love you and miss you Util we meet again Love Aunt Dorothy
Dorothy NormanBeaumont, TX
My sweet cousin I so so much miss you RIP sweet woman with all my love only goodnight
Sharron Sisson DodsonSulphur, LA
Lott We are so sorry for the loss of your Mom...Prayers for all of your family...love ya I'm here if you need anything! Feel free to come see me anytime....
Carolyn JacksonGatesville, TX
You will be dearly missed my friend. I am so glad I got to see you before you gained your wings. Fly high and catch some fish!
Melissa Stoudt-WilliamsLake City, FL
Prayers for peace and comfort for Pat's family.
I hope and pray that a cure is soon found for this horrible disease that takes way to many away.
I will miss her!
Alesia FisherMeridian, MS