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Obituary for Jeanette Ann Parker

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Jeanette Ann Parker

June 16, 1955 - July 23, 2011

Jeanette Ann Parker passed away July 23, 2011. She was born June 16, 1955 in Denver, Colorado to Robert Nelson and Jeanette Larsen. On August 2, 1972, Jeanette married Nolan Parker in Roy. They later divorced. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Park Ward, in Hooper. She served many callings but particularly enjoyed her calling in the primary. Jeanette enjoyed many hobbies including crocheting and family history. She also found great joy in spending time with her mother, sisters, children, and grandchildren. Jeanette was preceded in death by her father, Dale Winn. She is survived by her children: Jason (Brenda) Parker, Keith Parker, Malinda (Cody) Parker-George, and DJ (Lezlie) Parker. She is also survived by 9 grandchildren, her mother Jeanette Winn, sisters: Nancy (Gary) Coronado and Sondra (Chuck) Nelson. The family would like to thank John Thomas for the help and care he gave our mother.Memorial services will be held on Saturday, July 30, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. in Hooper, at the Park Ward Chapel, 5601 South 6100 West. Cremation under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.


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Date: Saturday, July 30, 2011

Time: 11:00 am -

Park Ward Chapel


5601 South 6100 West , , Hooper, UT,

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Born: June 16, 1955
Died: July 23, 2011

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Dan Larsen posted on 8/1/11

The last time I saw Jeanette was when we were kids and how the time has passed. Jeanette was 15 years old at the time and spent the summer with us in California. The service was very nice and I was fortunate to attend with my father, Ron Larsen. The Park Ward was very warm and welcoming and very much appreciated.I truly enjoyed reconnecting with my cousins, Nancy and Sondra, and Aunt Jeanette (Winn) and their families. I am very grateful to Nancy and Gary Coronado for their hospitality and opening their home to us for the stay. Thanks to Sondra and Chuck Nelson for providing a delicious meal on Saturday evening gathering. It was great to reconnect! Thank you.


cynthia meacham posted on 8/1/11

Keith, Sorry for your loss. Need to talk call me5


Nikki Watt posted on 7/31/11

Jeanette,There are no words to say what a sweet person you were. I have never met a person that was more giving and loving besides my own Daddy Bob. The way you helped him before he moved to Florida was so selfless and loving. Thanks for all the amazing memories, fun dinners, many laughs, and all you taught me about humanity and loving others unconditionally. Your passing came as a huge shock to me, I pray your kids and grandkids will feel comfort from all around them. Your mom was an amazing person, she made such a huge impact on my life, What a great example of a hard working single mom.God Bless you Jeanette,Nikki Watt


Susan Allen posted on 7/30/11

I worked with Jeanette at the IRS and from other co-worker found out that Jeanette had passed. I was so sorry to hear of this and I wish to offer my deepest sympathy to her family. I only knew her through work, but Jeanette was always there ready and willing to listen to me when I needed someone to talk about. My husband has a disease that he will never get better from and Jeanette always prayed for both of us. My deepest sympathy goes out to her family at this time of grieving. May God Bless all of you.


Larry & Anne Tellier posted on 7/30/11

Jeanette came into our lives when she was a loving friend to our wheelchair-bound brother, Bob. Her kindness and compassion were such a comfort to him. Later, she & I corresponded often via email and my heart was touched by her courage through her illness and surgery. She was so proud of her children and appreciative of the care and support from her mother and her sister. The world is a better place because she was here. Our sincere heartfelt sympathy to the family for their great loss.


Violet Henrie posted on 7/30/11

Jeanette was an loving and caring friend. I will always remember our talks and the smile on her face in the morning as she walked into work. Even when she got ill she still came in with a smile on her face and walked around to tell everyone hello and to see if she could help anyone. That shows what kind of person Jeanette was and I feel honored to have met her and lucky that she made an imprint into my life. I will miss her dearly. My prayers are with her family at this time and I hope they find comfort.-Violet


Georgia Leavitt posted on 7/30/11

My prayers & sympathy to Jeanette's family & also to John. She was a very caring, helpful, honest, quiet, hard-working & friendly person who would have a smile on her face. She will be greatly missed.


Loretta Frecker posted on 7/28/11

May you find comfort in the love of your friends and family.


Page DuBose and Chris Blowers "BlowBy" posted on 7/28/11

love you guys!


Jennifer Parker posted on 7/28/11

You supported and encouraged me in some very low points in my life. You will be greatly missed.


Sue M. Whiting posted on 7/28/11

Jeanette was a very kind lady, I enjoyed ourmany talks at work and our laughs aboutevery day things that happen in life. I willmiss her greatly. I know she was a verycaring person and her smile I will always remember. I know the pain shewas in and now she suffers no more, sheis in a much better place now and mayGod bless her and may she rest in peace. Love Sue