James M. Parker II
Feb. 15, 1964 – Mar. 4, 2020
James M. Parker II, 56 of Richmond, Va, passed away March 4, 2020 after a tough battle with cancer.
Jamie was born February 15, 1964 in Ashtabula, Ohio. James was an easy going guy, who had a passion for cars and playing his bass.
He was preceded in death by his father James M. Parker. Jamie is survived by his loving mother, Barbara Parrott, his 3 beautiful children, Emily, Kaitlynn, and Tyler, and many other close family and friends. His family takes comfort in knowing Jamie is no longer in pain.
A memorial service will be held on March 21, 2020 at 2 pm at Little Rosa Church, 943 Ky-hwy680, McDowell, Ky 41647, located across from the fire station.
It has been a while since I last saw Jamie but I remember him as a dedicated father and a supportive friend. My deepest sympathy goes out to his children and loved ones. May he find peace in his small part heaven.
Rest In Peace my dear nephew! You will always be in my heart!
Rest In Peace Jamie, the pain is gone. Prayers for Barb and the girls.
Jamie was my childhood friend from the age of 13. Jamie and I have been close for many years. we recently lost contact with one another in the past two years. I was just thinking about him just five weeks ago and tried to find out his telephone number and house information. I must have known inside that something was deeply wrong with my best friend. I will always love him and I will dearly miss him
Now without pain. Prayers for Barb and the girls and his son. Always smiling and caring. A wonderful nephew.
Love 💕 you all.
Uncle Carl and Aunt Chris
I have a million memories of this guy! He helped me through my fear of Pitt Bulls. He made friends wherever he went. I’m sad to know he’s left the earth but is now safe and sound in Heaven and free from pain. He had such a big heart! RIP Jamie —I hope you’ve been reunited with the many we lost before you. Prayers to you Emily and your siblings and your grandparents. Love to all- Tonda
So sad to hear this news Aunt Barb…I am very grateful I got to see him and the family at Uncle Mike’s funeral this summer. Thoughts and prayers to you all. See you on the other side cousin!
So sorry for your loss prayers to you and your family
Rest in peace my fun loving cousin. I will always remember our summers in Kentucky. Love to your family especially our sweet Aunt Barb. See ya on the other side.
Rest in peace my dear cousin you will be missed, prayers for comfort for Aunt Barb and the girls, love to you all 😔💔
Jamie, When My son & I spent some time with you & your beautiful Mom Barb & Aunt Brenda when we lived a while in Virginia back in 1974. My Son Donnie remembers you so very well. Jamie you were always a handsome man from day one. You are now no longer in pain with the help of our God. R.I.P. our cousin. You will be welcomed by your grandparents Bud & Ocie Moore & the rest of your family that are now in Heaven waiting for you. God Bless you Jamie. Many Hugs cousin Gerlie & Donnie Hall.
Rest in Peace, little jamie.