“Bill was a dear friend to the Amateur Radio community and was always available to talk and share is experiences in the Foreign Service. Bill, you will forever hold a special place in the heart of the ham commuity and in our family. God bless dear friend.
“My friend Dee,
We pray for your continue peace and well being.
I Just heard of Bills return to His Heavenly FATHER, today from Flo at Curves.
HE IS AT PEACE.
With loveing care, Lionell and Katherine Coulthurst
“Dee, and family I want to express my deepest sympathy, I never met Willian, but he is not suffering, but watching over you.
“May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
“Dee, Our deepest sympathy goes to you and your family also his. We never got to meet him, but he was very lucky to have had such a loving wife, and husband, God bless him for donating his body for the search for Alhimzers. Dee, yes he is resting and watching over you. God Bless you all.
Orlando and Tila Lopez Velarde
“I'm sure you are smiling down on us all now.
“Although I never met Bill, I felt I knew him so well. What a fine man. You made a handsome couple. Dee, your strength and faith carried you both thru this journey and will follow you, my friend, wherever you are.
“BILL AND I WERE CLASSMATES AT GREENSBORO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN GREENSBORO, NC. A GREAT MAN. WISH I HAD KNOWN THAT HE LIVED IN OCALA, AS I MADE OVER 16 TRIPS TO OCALA BETWEEN 2000 AND 2002 FOR TREATMENT FOR AUTISM THAT MY TWIN BOYS SUFFERED FROM. DOLORES I WILL HAVE YOU AND BILL'S DAUGHTERS IN MY PRAYERS AS YOU DEAL WITH THIS LOST. MY GOD BE WITH YOU DOLORES FAMILY.
CHARLES A. WALL
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William D. Parker, 74, passed away April 27, 2013, in Ocala, after a long battle with Alzheimer's. Bill was born Aug. 6, 1938, in Greensboro, N.C., to Sennett Kaup and Ruth Adele (Smith) Parker. Bill first served in the Air Force and then the U.S. State Department. He worked in Uruguay, the USSR,...Read More