Annette Parker
1960 - 2021
Annette Parker


Salt Lake City, Utah—Annette Parker passed away under the full moon on September 21, 2021 in her home after a long battle with breast cancer in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was born on May 28, 1960, to E. Charles and Jean Taylor Parker.

Annette loved being outside, especially in her garden or on her Harley Davidson motorcycle, and spending time with her grandson. She is survived by her two daughters, Chelsea and Megan, her grandson, Jamison, her parents, Charles and Jean, her five brothers and sisters, Kathy (John), Suzann (John), Russell (Lannie), Steve (Mary Jo), Curtis (Allison), and many nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers please donate to Huntsman Cancer Institute at

Family and friends are invited to a celebration of life on October 23, 2021 at 12:00 pm at the Center 3rd Ward church, 1955 W 400 N, Salt Lake City, Utah 84116. Due to COVID-19 vaccinations are preferred and masks will be required.
Published by The Salt Lake Tribune from Sep. 23 to Sep. 28, 2021.
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Celebration of Life
Center 3rd Ward Chapel
1955 W 400 N, Salt Lake City, UT
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Laura Lavigne and Zion H-D
October 9, 2021
So sad to hear about Annette's passing. She was the bravest person I've ever encountered dealing with her cancer. She will be dearly missed by all of her Zion H-D Family
Laura Lavigne
October 9, 2021
I was so surprised that she is gone, I have known her for 12 years she was very special to me.
Cherie Roedel
October 6, 2021
Annette was one of my favorite people. She became like a sister to me throughout the friendship we shared. She was always a good listener who also had very sound advice. She was selfless. Even though her struggles with the cancer, she would seem more interested in my health and well-being instead of sharing her hardships. I sure wish I could give her one more hug!
Scott Guthrie
October 3, 2021
I was so sad to read that Annette had passed away. This goes a long way back but I remember your family when you lived at the top of Moon Circle in Farmington. I remember Annette and Curtis as teenagers. I hope Annette had a happy life, and I am grateful that you know you will be together again. My love and thoughts are with your family.
Diane Ballstaedt
September 28, 2021
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