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June 21, 2010
TO THE FAMILY OF RAYMOND PARKS:WE ARE SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF A GOOD MAN. WE NEVER MET YOU BUT WE ARE DIE HARD NASCAR FANS.YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEARTS.WE WISH HE YOU WOULDVE BEEN INDUCTED IN THE HALL OF FAME ALSO BUT NOW YOU ARE IN GODS HALL OF FAME. judy shiveley&patrick gaines
June 21, 2010






Our condolences&sentiments
To Violet,family&friends..
'Raymond'
thank you for
all you have done to bring
Nascar races to millions of
RaceCar fans.
GodBlessyou inside eternal Light`
In Tribute RIP~RAYMOND PARKS~
June 21, 2010
Thanks you from a NASCAR fan for your contributions in this life to leave me and others with an incredible sport. May God be with you on the roads you are traveling in heaven today
June 21, 2010
Our deepest condolences to Violet and Raymond's entire family. My husband and I grew up knowing Raymond. We now do HVAC work for him and Violet. We are huge Nascar fans, and we know that all the fans will miss him too. May he rest in peace and god be with his family at this time. We will miss you Raymond, and thanks for all the memories. Sincerely,
Frankie & Kerry Butler
June 21, 2010
Now maybe some of the younger generations will understand how the Stock Car racing really began. GOD bless Mr. Raymond Parks, his helping to start Stock Car Racing, his time given in the Military, his major contributions to a sport he truly loved, and his donations to the Museum. GOD bless his Family and Friends. Rest in Peace Mr. Parks.
June 21, 2010
god bless you mr. parks you were a moonshiner , a patriot .and successful businessman (race car promoter).you have pleased our Lord by living your life to the best of your ability. that is what life is about.
June 21, 2010
ellen blakely
June 21, 2010
Vi, so sorry to hear of Raymond death, however he did have a long and wonderful life. When we were together he spoke of you always with such love. Please know I am thinking of you and can relate to your sadness I lost my Jack last year.
June 21, 2010
June 21, 2010
May the family find peace and celebrate the life of such a wonderful polite man who showed what true class was in everything he did

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