William Parker Death, Obituary – I would be grateful if you could say some prayers for my family in Jungle Ryder, North Carolina since we have recently lost not only a friend but also a brother. Please keep us in your thoughts and prayers. We have lost a friend as well as a brother, and this has caused us much sorrow. After going to see him the night before and telling him how wonderful it was to finally meet up with him upon returning home, our hearts are broken, and it is very challenging for us to accept the fact that he went away unexpectedly so soon after we saw him. Our hearts are broken because we told him how wonderful it was to finally meet up with him upon returning home.
It is important that you, Tae Kobane, never forget that you will always be present in that area. I pray that at long last, you, my cherished younger brother, will be able to relax. He was very active in the community and belonged to several organizations, including the Knights of Columbus and the Cursillo movement at the St. Joan of Arc Church in Hershey. Bill committed his entire life to help other people, particularly those who were unable to work or had other requirements that were outside the ordinary. He was a lifelong volunteer. In the past, he has participated as a board member for a variety of organizations, including the National Fragile X Foundation, the Mind Institute at UC Davis, A Gift of Smiles, and Dalit Solidarity.
In addition to that, he was an engaged member of the board of directors of the National Autism Society of America. There will be a viewing conducted at the Hoover Funeral Home in Hershey, which can be found at 88 Lucy Avenue, on the evening of Tuesday, February 22, 2022, between the hours of four and seven o’clock in the evening. This event is scheduled to take place on a Tuesday. The Most Reverend Bishop Ronald Gainer will serve as the celebrant and preside over the ceremony that will take place during the celebration of the Mass of Christian Burial that will take place on the morning of Wednesday, February 23, 2022, at 11 AM at the St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church located at 359 West Areba Avenue in Hershey. The date and time of the event have not been determined. Around ten in the morning, the family will get started on doing everything in their power to ensure that their guests are comfortable during their stay.