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Louise Jane Dibble Parker


Louise Jane Dibble Parker, 89, died at the Retirement Ranch in Clovis, on May 1, 2005. Parker was born on July 19, 1915 at Quay New Mexico. She was a long time resident of the San Jon community. She was a member of the San Jon First Baptist Church, where she was the custodian for more than 30 years. In 1994, she was presented with a plaque for her service to the church. Parker graduated from Eastern New Mexico Junior College in Portales in 1936. She was active in the Republican Party and as a young woman was a delegate at the Republican Convention in Albuquerque. She enjoyed working as a volunteer for elections in San Jon and the Quay County area. Her family said those who knew her, knew Parker loved making break for anyone for any occasion. They also knew she loved walking and always invited others to join her, but few were able to last very long. She was preceded in death by her parents Homer and Lena Dibble; her husband, Hamilton Parker; her daughter, Glenda Sue and twins, Janie and Jamie; and by siblings Charlie Junior, Frances, Effie and Mary. Survivors include three daughters, Billie Louise Parker of Grand Prairie, Texas, Frances "San" Taylor (and husband Sammy) of San Jon, and Lena Lee of Clovis; three sons, James Parker (Susan) of Fort Worth, Texas, John Parker (Connie) of Lovington; and Eddie Neal Parker of Amarillo, Texas; 8 grandchildren, Michele Taylor, Amy Parker, Karen-Marie Parker, Valerie Key, Heath Parker, Michael Coogle, Toby Parker and Hope Parker; two great-grandchildren, Toni and Samantha Taylor; and one brother, Frank Dibble of Albuquerque. Funeral services were planned for 10 a.m. today in the First Baptist Church of San Jon with Rev. Roy Mitchell officiating. Pall bearers will be her sons and grandsons. Interment will be in the family plot of the San Jon Cemetery. The family suggests for those who wish, donations be made to the Retirement Ranch, 2221 Dillon St. in Clovis New Mexico or to the San Jon First Baptist Church in memory of Louise Jane Parker.
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