Richard McElroy Parker

Born:July 15 1932 In:  Phila., Pa.
Died:Aug 14 2015 (at age 83)In:  Abington Hospital
Richard McElroy is an active member of the site Parker Web Site
Bill Parker invited Richard McElroy on August 23 2013 (4 years ago)
Richard McElroy visited 39 times, last visit on October 4 2015 (2 years ago)
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<Private> Parker (born Baumann)
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<Private> Parker
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<Private> Parker
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William Brinton Parker, Sr.
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Naomi Cecelia Parker (born Lodge)
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Joseph Lodge Parker
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<Private> Parker, Jr
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<Private> Geen (born Parker)
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<Private> Steelman (born Parker)
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On 2/28/2004 Dick wrote" Holmquest School brings back great memories of summer in New Hope. Sometime in the early 80's I was asked by the bank to head up the merger with Solebury National Bank of New Hope. Consequently, I spent a lot of time in the area. I ventured out one day to see our vacation retreats in New Hope. This included The Holmquist School and the house on the canal where I was run down by a '39 or '40 Buick on the bridge that spanned the canal. Now that I think of it this experience was not among the great memories of New Hope for me. Dick

 

Richard "Dick" M Parker 

Richard (Dick) M. Parker, age 83, of Ambler, PA, passed away on August 15, 2015, at Abington Memorial Hospital. He was the son of the late William B. and Naomi (nee Lodge) Parker. He graduated from Peirce Junior College in 1952. He was retired from Continental Bank, where he worked for 41 years, ending his career as Executive Vice President. He is survived by his wife, Barbara J. (nee Baumann), his son, Richard W. (Judy) of East Norriton, PA. His is survived by his brother & sisters, William B. Jr. (Bobbie), Ruth Geen, Mimi (Munn) Steelman, and was preceded in death by his brother, Joseph & brother-in-law, William Geen. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Jennifer Elenback (Mark), Daniel, Jenna Augustine, and his great-grandchildren, Addison Elenback & Lorelei Jank.
He was a devoted Husband, Father, and Pop-Pop. He loved his family, enjoyed going to the shore, and being on the Board of Ambler Main Street.
Relatives and friends are invited to a memorial service Thursday, August 20, 2015 at First Presbyterian Church, 4 S Ridge, Ambler PA 19002 at 10am. There will be a visitation on Wednesday Evening at Shaeff-Myers Funeral Home, 145 Tennis Ave, Ambler from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. On Thursday, friends may call at the church after 9:30.
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