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Anita C. Parker

July 7, 1942 – January 31, 2022


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Anita C. Parker, 79 of Queen Creek, Arizona passed away on January 31st, 2022, after a battle with Alzheimer’s.

Anita was born on July 7th, 1942, to William Leighton and Anne Salvaggio in Dorchester, Massachusetts.

Anita and the late Richard Parker Sr. moved from Brockton, Massachusetts, to Paso Robles, California, to be closer to family, Richard Jr., Noelle, Braeden, and Ashlyn.

Anita was the best Mother a son could ask for; she was often referred to by close friends as “Mom” or “Ma”. Her smile and caring nature always brought joy and laughter to anyone around her, and that will forever be missed.

Anita was the kindest, bravest, courageous, and dedicated person to her family and friends. We were blessed to call her Mom, Nana, and our friend.

Anita was married to the late Richard Parker Sr. for over 40 years, she is survived by her only son, Richard, Daughter in law, Noelle, Grandson, Braeden and Granddaughter, Ashlyn.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Anita Parker’s name to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. Private Services will be held on 3 February 2022 at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home, Queen Creek, AZ.

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3 responses to “Anita C. Parker”

  1. Uncle Jim and Aunt Betts says:

    You will carry her forever in your heart.
    Our prayers are with you. Love you all

  2. Tony Nee says:

    Even with the separation of Blood she was my “Auntie Nita” she was never cross or unhappy. And the always famous line ” I used to Change your Diapers” She had a Beautiful Soul” I know I will miss her always. My Deepest condolences Rich and Family. I know the Nee Family owe her a Gret Debt of Honor as she was a Huge part of our growing up. All our Love.

  3. Graciette Reese says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Rich Parker

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Anita C. Parker

July 7, 1942 – January 31, 2022


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Anita C. Parker, 79 of Queen Creek, Arizona passed away on January 31st, 2022, after a battle with Alzheimer’s.

Anita was born on July 7th, 1942, to William Leighton and Anne Salvaggio in Dorchester, Massachusetts.

Anita and the late Richard Parker Sr. moved from Brockton, Massachusetts, to Paso Robles, California, to be closer to family, Richard Jr., Noelle, Braeden, and Ashlyn.

Anita was the best Mother a son could ask for; she was often referred to by close friends as “Mom” or “Ma”. Her smile and caring nature always brought joy and laughter to anyone around her, and that will forever be missed.

Anita was the kindest, bravest, courageous, and dedicated person to her family and friends. We were blessed to call her Mom, Nana, and our friend.

Anita was married to the late Richard Parker Sr. for over 40 years, she is survived by her only son, Richard, Daughter in law, Noelle, Grandson, Braeden and Granddaughter, Ashlyn.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Anita Parker’s name to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. Private Services will be held on 3 February 2022 at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home, Queen Creek, AZ.

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3 responses to “Anita C. Parker”

  1. Uncle Jim and Aunt Betts says:

    You will carry her forever in your heart.
    Our prayers are with you. Love you all

  2. Tony Nee says:

    Even with the separation of Blood she was my “Auntie Nita” she was never cross or unhappy. And the always famous line ” I used to Change your Diapers” She had a Beautiful Soul” I know I will miss her always. My Deepest condolences Rich and Family. I know the Nee Family owe her a Gret Debt of Honor as she was a Huge part of our growing up. All our Love.

  3. Graciette Reese says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Rich Parker

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