Dallas Ted PARKER

Dade City, Florida

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My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Mr. Parker was my Principal, Pasco Elementary School, the year I was in 3rd grade in 1974. I remember him taking me home to a next door neighors house as my mother had to stay at work. I was so sick and could not stay at school. I have never forgot about this. He was a very giving and thoughtful person. Thank You, for being my Principal.

I will always associate Mr. Parker with Pasco Elementary School. I am sure he positively influenced many students throughtout his career. My thoughts are with his family and friends.

I am Michael Johnson, A nephew of Ted Parker. My mother was also an older sister. Louise Parker Johnson. The memories I have with Uncle Ted are many as a child. Always smiling, always paying attention to the kids making us feel more grown up. The checker game when he showed no Mercia, and smiling all of the time. I never beat him, and I learned lessons of life from him and didn't know it for years. His legacy will live for ever.

I remember so fondly the times you came to visit "Uncle Clarence and Aunt Helen" in the country. Know that the entire family is in our thoughts and prayers. Hold fast to the promise found in Phil. 4:13. God bless you.

I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you, Alan, and all the family. May God give you peace and precious memories.

I am Kathy Jo Blake Bryant, and a niece of Dallas Ted Parker. He meant the world to me, and I will cherish his memory forever! I hope to see him someday in the better land. My mother, Berniece Opal Parker Blake was one of his older sisters, and loved him dearly, as did I. Rest in peace, dear Uncle Ted! My condolences to his whole family.


Dallas's Obituary

PARKER, Dallas Ted, 85 of Dade City, passed away January 28, 2013. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Dade City since 1954. Mr. Parker was born in Ozark, Ala. on May 9, 1927, and was a graduate of Ozark High School, Troy University, and the University of Alabama. He was the proud...

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