Ken hired me as a delivery boy in 1968 and tought me that you get out of a business what you put into it and he believed that with hard work I could do well. I carried that thought with me and have done well in life. Thank you Ken
May your memories bring you comfort. Ken was a downtown pioneer and friend and mentor to many. May he rest in peace.
RIP Ken my sympathy to the family.
I met Ken and his family in the early 70's and knew immediately he would become a lifetime friend. I'm deeply saddened to hear he's gone and I offer his family my deepest condolences.
I walked into Ken's TV store in 1970. He was looking for a delivery person and I was looking for a sales position. He hired me on the spot and put me in the sale department. With his help and advice I grew. Here we are some 40 years later and I have retired; first as an employee and the last 25 years as a business owner. God only knows where I would be if not for this wonderful person. My thoughts and prayers are to the family and let them know that Ken left many special memories. God Bless!
May your memories bring you comfort. Ken was a downtown pioneer and friend and mentor to many. May he rest in peace..
Rest in peace good friend. Dianne and Morgan
My Grandfather Ed Gorges knew Ken very well as business men in the Coachella Valley he respected him for providing great service and value to the customers. Since all of the pioneers in this business and family feeling that came with Hallmark TV he will be missed.
Jennifer and Cynthia, your Dad was a great host when I visited Palm Springs, a real gentleman, part of my great memories of a wonderful holiday. My thoughts and prayers are with you both.
Teddy, so sorry to hear about your dad. He was such a nice guy. My loving thoughts and prayers to you and your family.
I worked for Ken in the early 1970's along with Mike Downs. He gave me advice that basically charted the direction my life would take.He was a good man, and the world is less brighter because of his passing. I'm sorry for your loss.
My condolences to the Parker Family. RIP Ken. You will be missed.
Our family resided in Palm Springs for almost 50 years and my parents knew Ken very well. He really was a part of Palm Springs history. My condolences to his family.
To all the family of Ken I wish you God Speed. Ken was a wonderful person as were his children. I knew them all well during my growing up years in Palm Springs. So sorry for your loss.
Ken Parker was a good man and helped me out when I was a young man always with a smile and laugh. My wife and I will miss seeing him around town. Our Thoughts and Prayers to hi s Family. Mike and Virginia Downs
Mr. Parker, (Ken). I call my Palm Springs dad. Ken, was there for me like a father. He listened, gave good advice, let me rent a room for a few months until, I was able to get back on my own. I'm going miss this beautiful man. Thanks for everything love you Ken! Cynthia, Jennifer & Ted Parker's friend...Jackie