Condolences for Carlton “Bill” Ovie Parker, Jr.

Charles W Overton posted on 7/2/20

Sorry to hear about Bill's passing. Have known Bill since the 50's and used to fish with him some at night on the RR bridge in Edenton. Very nice and easy going person. Need more people like him in today's world!

 

Phoebe Byrum Strough posted on 7/2/20

Bill and Anne and Jimmy Vaughan and I went to the State Fair together while Anne and I were in high school. Anne was my best friend in our Sophmore and Junior years at Ahoskie High School.

 

 

Tommy & Becky Powell posted on 6/30/20

Bill was a good neighbor willing to help all his neighbors. He truly loved his dog NIKKI. Bill will be missed by all that knew him he was so easy person to be friends with Parker so sad for your loss. RIP Bill

 

Brenda Knight posted on 6/24/20

Bill was my mom’s neighbor & good friend for many, many years. My fondest memory are all the walks around the block & Tucker & Bill constantly talked the whole time & were always picking on one another & shared many laughs. He will be missed.

 

Tommy & Linda Dilday posted on 6/21/20

Bill was a good friend and neighbor. We will miss our daily walks and conversations.

 

Shirley Smith posted on 6/20/20

So sorry to read of Bill's passing. He was a very special guy! He always was a pleasure to talk to & always had a gentle spirit. Condolences to his family. He will surely be missed!

 

Stacy & Jonathon Unger and family posted on 6/20/20

We absolutely loved Mr Bill! He will be greatly missed!!

 

Nathan Pierce posted on 6/19/20

Such a sweet man. I grew up beside him and Ann my whole life. He would give me popsicles every time I went next door to visit. He will be deeply missed by all.

 

Nathan Pierce posted on 6/19/20

Such a sweet man. I grew up beside him and Ann my whole life and remember him giving me popsicles every time I would go see them. He will be deeply missed by all.

 

Dee Pierce posted on 6/19/20

Ronnie, Trish and all friends on Baker Street - I know your heart feeling sad as mine now. Bill and Anne were perfect neighbors for many years - will always miss them.