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Navarro Linzey d'Artagnan Parker

1971 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Navarro Linzey d'Artagnan Parker Obituary
August 31, 1971 - June 12, 2017 Navarro Linzey d'Artagnan Parker passed away on June 12th in the early evening from a heart attack. Navarro was born in Fort Bragg, California, to Randall L. and Susan L. Parker. His family traveled the country producing movie commercials before settling in Wichita, Kansas, the home of Navarro's paternal grandparents. An alumni of Northwest High School, Navarro went on to attend WSU, graduating with Honors with a BA in Communications. He went on to work as a Director of a weekly mutli-camera television news magazine then moved to San Diego, where he became an Emmy award winning Senior Broadcast Designer. The passing of his father in 2006 took Navarro back to Kansas. He started combining his passion for motion graphics with his love of film at IMG working on films like Transformers and Iron Man. This is where he got his start in the specialized field of Fictional User Interface design. Passionate and proud of his career; his hard work and dedication put him in a position to work with some of the best talent in the industry. In 2012, Navarro moved to Los Angeles, where he built an impressive portfolio of projects, including The Avengers, Ant-Man, Ender's Game, Oblivion and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. There weren't many things larger than Navarro, but one of them was the amount of love that he spread everywhere he went. In 2012, Navarro was lucky enough to find true love when he met his partner, Spencer Knapp. Navarro is survived by his mother, Susan L. Parker; his partner, Spencer Knapp; and their two cats, Pedro and Beyoncé. He will forever be missed by his family and all the friends he inspired in his work and social life. A celebration of Navarro's life will be taking place at Hollywood Forever on Saturday, July 29th from 3:00-4:00pm in the chapel. A gathering will also occur in Wichita, KS, towards the end of August. In lieu of flowers, we suggest donations to the assistance of his mother: https://www.youcaring.com/susanlparker-857120
Published in the Los Angeles Times from June 24 to June 25, 2017
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