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Richard Parker

Richard Parker

Richard Parker

22nd June 1936 - 15th June 2024


… In loving memory of …. Richard Parker  …

Late of Ballina.

Passed away peacefully 15th June 2024 .

Much loved husband to Val (dec).

Loved father and father-in-law to Graeme,

David & Karen (Dil) and Joanne.

Cherished Pop to his 12 grandchildren and

11 Great grandchildren

Aged 87 Years

Relatives and friends are invited to attend Richard’s

funeral service to be held at the Richmond Chapel,

Parkview Funeral Home, 21 Kalinga Street Ballina,

Tuesday, 25th June 2024 commencing at 10.00am.

Funeral Details

Parkview – Ballina
21 Kalinga St
Ballina NSW 2478

Date: Tues, 25 June 2024
Time: 10.00 am

6 replies on “PARKER, Richard”

Eddie Perlsays:

Dick was the greatest mate that I have ever had. He always seemed to know what I was going to say before I said it, we were that close.
Dick and I travelled as young fellas throughout the countryside, camping and getting up to mischief but creating so many beautiful memories. I’ll miss my best mate but happy that he and Val are united again. Rest in peace. Eddie xxx

Robert Perlsays:

Uncle Dick, You left us with very happy memories. Your infectious laugh and quick wit along with Aunty Val’s pike lets are always remembered.
Thanks for being a great mate to our Dad.

The Perls

Val Edwardssays:

My loving thoughts are with you all. So many wonderful memories you now all get to remember. He will always be in your loving hearts? ♥️ So never forgotten.
Love Val xx

Ian & Tamsin Jacksonsays:

Our condolences to all the family. Thinking of you all. Sorry we were unable to attend.

winston and faye jacksonsays:

Richard and Val were family friends for over fifty years . many fond memories proud to have been close friends for so many years. rest in peace my friend . till we meet again . Winston and Faye

Stephen Leslie Freysays:

Sincere condolences to the entire Parker family on the loss of your dad, poppy, great poppy, uncle and friend. Tricky Dicky was more of a dad/friend/mentor to me than my own father. Always there for a kind word and sage advice. He will be sorely missed but never forgotten. RIP Tricky.

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