Wendy Dawn Parker
1975 - 2019
BORN
1975
DIED
2019
Wendy Dawn Parker

Louisville - Wendy Dawn Parker, 44, entered the arms of her Lord on Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019 at the University of Louisville Hospital surrounded by her immediate family. Wendy passed away from massive injuries sustained in an auto accident. All of her friends and family know that Wendy fought hard to overcome her disease of addiction, and hospital tests confirmed that she was clean and sober at the time of the accident.

Wendy entered life on May 28, 1975, and grew up in West Point, KY. She was a graduate of Holy Cross High School and attended Spalding University on a basketball scholarship. Wendy is survived by two beautiful children: daughter, Raylin, and son Grantlee; parents, Jeanette and Jim Parker, sister; Jo Sabol, brother-in-law, Mike Sabol; sister Jaye Moore, brother-in-law, Kevin Moore; grandfathers, Irvin McVey and James Parker. Wendy was particularly proud of all of her nieces and nephews: Mallory, Chase, Caleb, and Maddox.

After cremation, a Celebration of Life Ceremony will be held at Hillsdale Baptist Church at 4714 West Pages Lane in Louisville, KY on Saturday, Dec.14 from 2-5 PM.





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Published by Courier-Journal from Dec. 10 to Dec. 11, 2019.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Dec
14
Celebration of Life
2:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.
Hillsdale Baptist Church
4714 West Pages Lane, Louisville, Kentucky
Funeral services provided by:
Cremation Society Of Kentucky
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I will miss you wendy woo you were like a sister to me prayers to your family and friends my life will never be the same i love you
Luann Elmore
December 17, 2019
I didn't know it was time for you to go I didn't see it coming. But since you'll gone I'll take this time and try to say goodbye. "Goodbye My Friend"
Eunice Stevenson
December 17, 2019
May the God of all comfort sustain your family during the days ahead Psalms 119:76
December 16, 2019
Wendy and I had walked in active addiction together and our paths had split briefly when I began recovery, but by the grace of God I had the honor of walking alongside Wendy through her beautiful year in recovery. Wendy always lit up a room with her smile, warmed your soul with her hugs, touched your heart with her kind words, and her newfound passion for life and desire to help others who are still lost in addiction was just beautiful! She overcame her addiction and she was ready to overcome the cancer through her faith and hope in Jesus Christ. My heart is breaking at the tragic loss of my beautiful sissy but I can take comfort knowing that she is in Heaven with Jesus, with her new body that is free from pain, free from sorrow, and free from disease. You won the battle beautiful and until God calls me home where I will see your beautiful face again, I will honor your life and keep your memory alive as I advocate for those who are still fighting the battle of addiction.

I love you Wendy and I am missing you
Tracy Skaggs
December 13, 2019
It's such a shock. I knew she was sick but I didnt know it was that bad. Wendy was a good friend with a very kind heart. My heart goes out to the family with hugs and prayers.
Lori Barnes
December 12, 2019
Prayers to the family. So sorry for your loss.
Kim and Barry Hardesty
December 11, 2019
I'm so sorry to here she is gone. She had over come so much and was so proud. She was really enjoying her new life. Such a shame that she gone way to soon. I'll miss her dearly
Lori Barnes Atcher
December 11, 2019
Jim and Jeanette, I am so sorry for your loss .Sending prayers for you and your family.
Lea Ann Davis
December 11, 2019
I love Wendy like a sister. We were closer then anyone could imagine while in high school. Too many good memories, her smile, her laugh, her friendship. My heart is breaking. Prayers to her parents and sisters and children as they say their goodbyes. I wish much loving kindness upon her family.
Angie Arbaugh
December 11, 2019
Wendy had a million dollar smile and always the kindest words, she will be missed.

Dear Lord bless this child with open arms and a shining light to welcome her home.
Give her children and family peace knowing that she is now with you give them wonderful fun memories that last for a lifetime.

Dear Lord Hear Our Prayers
Matty Bennett Hartley
December 11, 2019
Had the pleasure of getting to play basketball with Wendy at Spalding. Good player and lots of fun/laughs together.

Thinking of her children and family.
Tracey Bickett
December 11, 2019
You had a beautiful soul amd you was so good to me and Aniyah. We love you amd miss you so much
sabrina nolet
December 11, 2019
I'm so sorry
Crystal
December 11, 2019
Cathy
December 10, 2019