Nicole-Parmley-Obituary

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Nicole Marie Parmley

Sep 2, 1981 - Jun 6, 2019 (Age 37)

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Please know that your colleagues have you and your family in their thoughts and prayers in this time of mourning- Peace be with you
K&B

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Nicki was always so bubbly, and full of life and laughter.. her smile was always shining. And very contagious.. R.I.P Nicki.. my condolences to the family..

Our sincere condolences to the Parmley family in the loss of your dear love one. Our prayers are as yours, that God provide his care and comfort you each day.
- Psalms 145:18,19

My deepest condolences to Danny, Nicki's children and family. She was a wonderful person and will truly be missed.

Danny, children, and family....
I am so sorry and heartbroken for your loss. Nicki was an amazing soul who touched the hearts of many. Im so grateful to know her and her family. Please know I am here if ever needed. My love never stops!

Danny and children,
May you find solace and peace in our Lord. Nicki is now safe in his arms. She has laid her burden down. I know this is a terrible and difficult time. Please reach out to your friends and family for support as we care and love you. Nicki will always be their for you in spirit until you are rejoined.

Bruce and Diane. Roberts
Chicago, illinois

In loving memory of a wonderful person who always showed kindness to others. I will always remember Nickis friendship during high school. She will be greatly missed by many. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family during this difficult time.

Danny & kids. We are so sorry for your loss. We love you & you are all in our thoughts & prayers. Aunt Tressie & Grandma Wood.

Obituary

Nicole's Obituary

Nicole Marie (Nicki) Parmley 37 of Frankfort, Indiana, born September 2nd, 1981in Lafayette to Craig Cooper and Jacqueline Gillis, passed away at IU Health Frankfort Hospital June 6th, 2019.  She is survived by: A husband, Danny Parmley, a son Aidan Christopher Eavey and daughter’s Quinn Kathrine and Sawyer Mae Parmley.  Also surviving are: parents, Jacqueline Gillis (Chuck Leake) and Craig (Doyla) Cooper, her brother Joshua (Glynis and Stiles) Cooper and her great grandmother Marie Gurnick, uncles Greg (Erma) Cooper, Daniel III (Donna) Gillis. She was preceded in death by her grandparents John and Yevonne Cooper and Daniel Jr. and Joyce Gillis.        

     On August 18th of 2001, Nicki married Joe Eavey and together they have one son, Aidan Christopher Eavey.  Joe and Nicki divorced.  On June 16th, 2012 Nicki married Danny Parmley and they have two daughters, Quinn Kathrine and Sawyer Mae Parmley.     

      Nicki began to shine as soon as she came into this world.  A young Nicki was the runner up for Miss Christmas in the Lafayette Christmas Parade.  She excelled academically and was in Junior Achievement as well as being nominated for Who’s Who Among American Students.  Clearly, intellectually gifted, Nicki’s luminosity was not limited to her studies, she had a heart for all of humanity and an affinity for music.  She enjoyed girl scouting, she played on the softball and basketball teams, and played the trumpet in the marching band.  A member of McCutcheon class of ‘99, she later attended Harrison College, earning her Medical Assisting degree in 2011.  

     Nicki’s quick wit and way with people made her a smart match to work in both automobile and insurance sales.  More recently she worked as a warehouse associate.  Her brilliance and passion made her a particularly shrewd debater, and while working in the warehouse, she was elected among her fellow employees to represent their interests in disputes with management.  

     Motherhood was Nicki’s true occupation, and with the birth of each of her children, she became everything she was, only more so.  She lived for nights out at softball, basketball and football games almost as much as family vacations to the beach.  These and other pastimes were always set against an infinite playlist.  Nary a song exists that Nicki could not have sung every word along with.  On quieter occasions, she would have been found crocheting a unique and beautiful gift for a loved one.  Some may recall with a grin, the time Nicki’s penchant for rebuttal lead to her swift ejection from a Facebook group dedicated to the hobby. 

     If you were fortunate enough to have known Nicki, then you no doubt carry a piece of her light with you still, as Nicki’s light shown so resplendently into the depths of everyone she ever encountered, her very presence could incite even strangers to begin to shine bright as she always did.  This was largely accomplished with her unrestrained sense of humor.  Her laughter was quite the contagion, the affliction being a good time had by all.  It has been a real good time Nicki, we miss you so.

     Visitation will be Tuesday June 11, 2019 from 5-8pm at Soller-Baker Funeral Home, Lafayette Chapel. Service Wednesday June 12, 2019 at 10:00am Lafayette Chapel. Private inurnment at Meadow View Cemetery. You may sign the guest book and leave memories at www.soller-baker.com

 

 

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