“sorry to hear donnie passing. i new him when i use to visit lois and philip in clinton. he was funny and coulg make u laugh
“Dear Margret, Kellie and Don, So sorry to hear of Don's passing; God will greet him with open arms because he was such a great man. I hope there is a pizza box waiting for him too!!! Please except my apoligies for not going to the funeral, I have to work. God Bless you all. Love Wyone Linnell
“Sorry to hear about the loss of your Dad. Every time I think of your dad I smile. He loved to make people laugh. Your families are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. God Bless
“Margaret & Kellie, I am so very sorry to hear about your loss. Don was a nice man. I will miss seeing him at the Big K.
“I AM SO VERY SORRY ABOUT DONNY, HE WAS A VERY NICE PERSON.I HOPE THE FAMILEY WILL BE OK. MY PRARYERS GO OUT TO THE FAMILEY. HE IS AT PEACE NOW. GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
“I am sorry for the passing of your father and grandfather. All our love. Agnes, Laurent, Hannah, Leo and Rosa
“Margaret, Donnie, and Kellie, I am very saddened to read of the passing of Don. I greatly enjoyed the track days of the 80's, and got to know Don quite well and considered him a good friend. He was a wonderful man, and loved his family dearly. We are in Florida, and will miss the funeral. Please know that our thoughts will be with you. Ray
“Don was a wonderful man who brought joy to everyone around him - the twinkle in his eye and his wonderful grin are something we'll never forget. The Burkes will really miss Don. You are all in our thoughts and prayers
“Donny and Kellie, I am so very sorry to hear about Don's passing, he was my second father while growing up. He was also one of the toughest, caring people I knew and there are very few times I haven't thought of all of you over these past years. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Aron, Diana and Family
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BENTON -- Don Purlin Parker, 73, of Benton, passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, March 20, 2013. He was born in Ashland on May 13, 1939, the son of the late Purlin D. and Madeline (Skinner) Parker.
After attending school in Ashland, he served with the Army. Don married the love of his...Read More