Kay Parker

San Diego, California

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Kay was a small, but powerful and noiseless motor who delivered an infectious desire for others in her circle to create channels to help the "have-nots".
We worked together on the Housing Commission for many years, trading Chair and Vice Chair until my callings lead me elsewhere. She was a fearless warrior with keen insight, deep perception and a vision that has benefitted the entire Oceanside community. Her passing is noted with great regret and I will miss her.

Kay was a sweet person. She was hard-working; never shirking any challenge. My prayers are with Dick in his loss.

Kay was one of my favorite people.....she never ran away from a fight...and was the person I always wanted on my team..........
Kay we are going to miss you gal ,,,

Kay was a special person, so caring about all. She fought for the less fortunate and for HIV/AIDs housing. She will be missed tremendously! Condolences to Dick and the family.


Kay's Obituary

Parker, Kay 05/16/1938 ~11/08/2012 OCEANSIDE -- Born in Sublette, Illinois on May 16, 1938 and raised in the nearby village of Ashton, Kay was a cheerleader at the local high school. She married Richard Parker in 1957 and moved to Oceanside to begin a life together, and raise their son, Steve. As...

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