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Doris Elaine Parker

October 3, 1934 — October 28, 2022

Doris Elaine Parker

Doris Elaine Parker passed away peacefully at home on October 28, 2022. She was born on October 3, 1934, in Ogden, Utah to David A and Myrtle E Fielding. She was raised in a loving, fun family along with her brothers; Darold, Bill, Bob, Larry, Boyd and sisters; Joyce, Darlene, and Judy. They had a lot of fun and caused a lot of mischief on 2nd St in Ogden growing up. Doris was a light that shined brightly wherever she went. To know her was to love her. Doris had a way of making you feel loved and cared for. Her life was dedicated to family. She spent her life helping family members in need and sharing her wisdom with them. Treating others how you wanted to be treated was not just something she preached, but something she did every single day. She will be greatly missed; however, her love and shining light is something that will never fade from the hearts of those who knew her. She was known for her superb cooking, especially her 'Doris Burgers", hot chili, and fried potatoes. In her eyes, any person that entered her home was hungry and made sure they left with full bellies and big smiles. She loved to sing and dance, to play ball, to cheer on her favorite sports teams, and to enjoy her green-pineapple ice cream at Farr's.

She married the love of her life, Marcus W Parker, and raised their four girls and one baby boy, Joey. They spent most of their life in Utah, venturing off to Florida a couple of times in between. Eventually they retired to Malad, Idaho where they enjoyed playing guitar and spending hours in their beautiful garden.

She is survived by her two siblings Boyd (Roxy) Fielding, and Darlene (Henry) Murray, her five children, Brenda Bond, Cheryl (Wayne) Ricks, Lorraine Hammer, Lorene (Arthur) Terry, and Joe Parker along with two granddaughters that she loved and raised as her own Meagan (Eric) Plummer and Mallori (Arturo) Toscano. She raised them all, teaching them lessons and filling their lives with endless love. Doris also lived with and helped raise her 3 great-grandkids Enzo, Ellie, and Ezrie. They had fun together and entertained each other every day.

She was very proud of her legacy which also included 10 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and 3 great-great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband Marcus Parker, granddaughter Stacy Bond-Bero, and sons-in-law Richard Bond and Boyd Hammer along with her parents and 6 siblings.

You are our sunshine, our only sunshine. You make us happy when the skies are gray... You never know dear how much we love you always and forever.

There will be a Celebration of Doris's Life at the Roy Hope Center 5051 S 1900 W Roy, Ut. on Sunday November 27th from 3:00pm-5:00pm.

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Celebration of Life

Sunday, November 27, 2022

3:00 - 5:00pm (Mountain time)

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