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Lela Parker

Lela Watson Parker

Tuesday, May 21st, 2019
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Lela Watson Parker, 50, of Lancaster, passed away Tuesday, May 21, 2019. She was born November 7, 1968, in Charlotte, a daughter of the late Billy Ray and Nora Watson.

Mrs. Parker loved reading books and spending time with her family.

Mrs. Parker is survived by her husband of 29 years, John Parker; daughters, Brittany Dean (Mitchell) and Heather Parker; sister, Pamela Goodman (Bobby); and brother, Jimmy Watson.

A Simple Service Burial and Cremation is serving the Parker family.
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Melissa

Posted at 09:30pm
She was my only aunt on my moms side , love her so much. She was the one I could call for anything, always full of wisdom. Know you will be missed and loved dearly. I will love you forever and always aunt lela.

Tami Jasinski

Posted at 02:35pm
Lela's big sister Pam and I were good friends. She would drive us crazy following us everywhere we went. She would tell her mom and dad everything we did. Lol We had so much fun in the neighborhood. Prayers for her family
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