Charles Linus Parker III

2019-04-24T04:28:21+00:00

In Loving
Memory

Charles Linus Parker III

Sep 18, 1943Mar 01, 2019

Celebration of Life

Location

Clover Field

Date

Sun, March 10, 2019

Time

2 : 00 PM – 4 : 00 PM

Obituary message

Parker III, Charles Linus, 75, passed peacefully on March 1, 2019, surrounded by loved ones at Bon Secours Community Hospice House in Bon Air, Virginia. Charles was born on September 18, 1943, in Washington, North Carolina, to Charles and Elva Parker. He was a retired American Door and Glass Project Manager. Charles served in the United States Air Force and National Guard. He is survived by his son, Charles Joseph Parker; daughter, Stephanie Hope Parker; daughter-in-law, Blair Harmon Parker; three grandchildren, Ryan, Mason, and Isabelle Parker; and his “Pond” family, Walt, Anita, Joey, Mark, Cari, David, and Jason. Charles loved life, family, and friends. He gave to everyone that he knew. Charles had many nicknames – Colonel Parker, PaPa, and Uncle Charles. He told great stories and created fond memories for everyone that knew him. There will be a celebration of his life in lieu of a service at Clover Field, his final home, where he enjoyed many great years. This celebration will occur from 2:00 to 4:00 PM on Sunday, March 10, 2019, at 1811 Clover Field Lane, Manakin Sabot, Virginia 23103.

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3 Comments

  1. Doug Yeatts April 1, 2019 at 10:16 am - Reply

    I am very sorry to hear of the passing of Charles. I worked with Charles for many years at American Door and Glass and always enjoyed working with him. It was a pleasure and a good time. He knew his job and helped me out of many situations. He was a kind and caring person who would help anyone that needed help. I could write a book on the good laughs we had. I didnt live far from him when he lived at the “Pond”. It was the 1980s and I had just bought a big floor model TV and needed help getting it out of the truck and into the house. I drove over to the pond and knocked. Charles answered the door with a bourbon and water in his hand. I asked him if he was in “good enough shape” to help me with the TV and of course he said yes though I had my doubts. When we got back to my house I was getting a little nervous about Charles as he mentioned on the way over that his drink was the 4th one he had had. When we got to the truck and started to slide the TV out Charles sat his drink on top of the TV. As we began to lift the TV up and take on the weight I asked Charles to please not drop it, he looked at me and very calmly and said I wont spill a drop! I almost dropped my end laughing so hard. That was Charles a kind and good spirit.

  2. Gene Brown April 1, 2019 at 10:17 am - Reply

    We have a lost one of the great ones. Charles rest In Peace .

  3. Debbie Privett (sister of Anita Miller and Walt) April 1, 2019 at 10:17 am - Reply

    Rest in peace Charles you will be missed.

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