Willis Middleton Parker
February 20, 1931 - January 27, 2023
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home
Thomas and Meg Galvin & Family
The Britz Family
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Willis (Will) Middleton Parker, 91, of Middletown, passed away suddenly Friday night at home doing one of the things he loved to do best, playing cards. Will was born and raised in Point Pleasant where, after high school, he enlisted in the US Airforce.  He served his country proudly for 3 years before being honorably …
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Marykate McDonald Santarsiero left a message on February 5, 2023:
Dear Cheryl, Susan, and Scott, My heartfelt sympathies and prayers are with you all. I remember your Dad and his handsome smile. He was a true gentleman who adored his family, and would do anything for them , and his friends. May he Rest In Peace along with your beautiful Mom. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you all. Marykate
Marianne Hoover left a message on January 31, 2023:
I worked with Will for many years. Please accept my heartfelt condolences. May God bless the family. Marianne Hoover
Thomas and Meg Galvin & Family left a message on January 31, 2023:
Mr.Parker was such a gentleman and a hero for serving our country. He died a happy death, as we all wish to one day! May his light shine within the hearts of all whom he touched! And may he rest in peace with his Heavenly Father, Mother Mary and all the angels and saints. Much love to his family.
The Britz Family left a message on January 31, 2023:
Sue, we are so very sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family. May your father rest in peace.
Bill and Noelia Bruncati left a message on January 31, 2023:
Please accept our most heartfelt condolences. Will was a great man. May he rest in peace. God bless the family. Love, Bill and Noelia
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Joyce Cherne Kaiser and John Kaiser left a message on January 30, 2023:
Sue, Cheryl and Scotty, John and I are so sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. He was such a kind and gentle man, with a great sense of humor. We loved growing up next to Auntie Jo and Uncle Will, the best of the best! When someone becomes a memory, that memory becomes a treasure. Keep the memories close to your hearts. God Bless Uncle Will and may perpetual light shine upon him 🙏🏻🙏🏻
Barbara and Joe McAleer ( Barbara Cherne) left a message on January 30, 2023:
Oh Uncle Will how we loved living next door to you and Auntie Jo on Libby Place. Champagne with strawberries on your screened in back porch, the smell of fresh cotton in your basement when Auntie Jo was sewing, and the infamous wood plank you lent our dad when he was fixing the roof ( which may still be there)! May you dance once again with Auntie Jo! Our sympathy goes out to Cheryl,Susie,Scott and their families. Xoxo
kay vilardi left a message on January 30, 2023:
I will miss Will. We worked together for many years and I truly his kindness, honesty and sense of humor. I could always count on Will's friendship and support. Rest in Peace , my friend
Dale & Maria Zuk left a message on January 30, 2023:
I just met Will briefly but heard many stories from Sue in regards to his life before and after he moved to Middletown. Those stories always reminded me of my Father. I am sure the time you spent together in these last few years gave you some special memories that you will never forget. Please accept our condolences. Love, Dale and Maria
Nancy Higdon left a message on January 30, 2023:
Loved your father and loved spending the summers with you all. Your dad could make the best sub sandwiches after we swam in the pool.
Joanne Parker Flachsmann left a message on January 30, 2023:
My Uncle Will resembles his brother, my father Harold Parker but he looks so much like his own father our Grandpa Parker. My heart aches and especially for his children our cousins and all his family and friends. I remember when I was little I would always sing the "Libby Libby Libby on your table, table, table" song which was a commercial most are probably too young to remember but I would sing it so I could remember which street you lived on. Sue, Cheryl, Scott do you remember that street? Sending love and blessings to all and RIP Uncle Will...fly high <3
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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