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July 29, 2011
July 17, 2010
July 09, 2010
a couple of years ago, I visited mr. Parks in his 'office'/museum in Atlanta, his lovely and caring wife was there too. it was an honor to meet this American legend, and feel connected with the roots of Nascar.
Ward op den Brouw, sportswriter of dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad, Rotterdam
July 08, 2010
We have fond memories of Mr.Parks.
The last time we saw him he autograped some books for us.
Stay out front Mr.Fricks.
R.I.P.
July 04, 2010
Raymond Parks's grandson and namesake, Raymond Parks III, presented Robert with a copy of the book by Neal Thompson, Driving With The Devil. I'm looking forward to reading the book, which I believe, will give an in depth summary of how Raymond Parks played such an instrumental part in getting Nascar started and making it the sport that it is today. I have heard so much about the deceased Raymond Parks that I feel I knew him. After viewing many entries in the Guest Book and reading articles from several of the newspapers about Mr. Parks's life, it seems that he was a compassionate person in so many ways. My sincere condolences to the Parks Family. God Bless.
July 03, 2010
To the Family and Friends of Raymond Parks,

From a lover of cars both fast and classic I was deeply sorry to hear of Mr.Parks passing. We are so thankful for his great talent, I know he will be greatly missed.

In this difficult time may the family draw on the many wonderful memories he must have made over the years.

May the comfort of God bring you all a measure of peace.(Psalms 34:18)

The Grant Family
July 01, 2010
wow may god bless his family
June 30, 2010
God Bless the Parks Family. I had to take my children to the Pool Room today to honor what Mr. Parks started.
June 29, 2010
My condolences to the Parks Family,

May happy memories sustain the family and bring some comfort to your heart.

He is healing the broken-hearted ones, and is binding up their painful spots.(Psalms 147:3)
June 29, 2010
We would like to extend our condolences to the family of Raymond Parks. I had no idea that Mr. Parks started NASCAR. He changed the entire dynamics of the sport. May God, the Father of tender mercies and of all comfort, ease the pain during this difficult time. (2Corinthians 1:3,4)

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