Minister Ronald Lee Parker
Let not your hearts be troubled. I have gone to be with my Father in Heaven. My time here is no more, but I'll see you again
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On July 18, 1960, Ronald Lee Parker “Peacemaker” was born to the late Burdies and Lillie Ree Parker in Uriah, AL. On September 2, 1977, Ronald was united in marriage to his wife, Brenda Sue Parker for 43 years.
He was preceded in death by his brothers: Earnest English, Burdies Parker, Jr., Donald Parker, Robert Earl Parker and one sister, Theresa (Pat) Brown.
Minister Ronald Lee Parker for worked for Vanity Fair Mills for 42 years as a Commercial Truck Driver. Driving trucks was one of his passions in life. The other was telling people “the good news” about our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Minister Ronald Lee Parker was a very loving and caring husband, father, grandfather and friend. He loved his family. His personality touched so many lives. He will always be remember by those who knew him and loved him most. He was an unselfishly giving person, who concerned himself with the welfare of others.
Minister Ronald Lee Parker leaves to cherish his memories, a loving and devoted wife, Brenda Sue Parker of Frisco City, AL; two children: Tekeshia (LaBarin) Banks of Frisco City, AL and Pastor Ronald (Krista) Parker of Monroeville, AL; four grandchildren: Jada Banks, Jadiah Banks, Kaitlyn Parker and Tyson Sigler; three sisters: Norvell North, Larphillis (Joseph) Dean of Uriah, AL, and Donnie (Robert) Rambo of Frisco City, AL; two brothers: Calvin (Jackie) Parker of Uriah, AL, Edward Johnson of Pensacola, FL; two aunts; Lula (Percy) Riley of Frisco City, AL, and Doretha Wright of Atmore, AL; three uncles: William Wright, Frank Wright and Willie Wright all of Daphne, AL; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
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