Parker, Reverend Canon Douglas Llewellyn

Parker, Reverend Canon Douglas Llewellyn

March 12th, 2018

The Reverend Canon Douglas Llewellyn Parker in his 92nd year, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family at Victoria Hospital, in London, Ontario, Monday, March 12, 2018. Doug was an Anglican priest since 1964 and served in several parishes and positions with the Diocese of Huron during his tenure. Prior to entering the priesthood, he worked on the CNR and had fond memories of his experiences while on the railroad. Predeceased by his parents, Bert and Alice, and survived by his wife, Ena, and their four sons, Steven (Eileen), Michael (Linda), David (Vlajka) and Timothy. Fondly remembered by his grandchildren, Greg (Lori), Ryan (Rianne), Edward (Rosaria), Michelle (George), Alicia (Wyatt), Patricia (Mike), David (Natasha), Rebecca, Natasa (Serj), Wesley and Garrett and great-grandchildren, Emily, Nathan, Hailey, Hayden, Leah, Owen, Elissa, Mila, Dylan, Ophelia and Aleksandar. He is also survived by his brother, The Reverend Canon Harvey Parker (Dorothy), sister-in-law Marj Wilson (Bruce - deceased), brother-in-law Norm Ball (June), sister-in-law Jessie Butson (deceased) and many nieces and nephews. The family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the medical team on D600 at Victoria Hospital for their care and compassion in Doug’s final journey. Visitation will be at 10:00 a.m. at ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL, 472 Richmond Street, London, ON, N6A 3E6, on Thursday, March 15, 2018, with the funeral service to follow at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the charity of your choice in Doug’s memory. 

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Noel PatersonDear Ena-how sorry to hear of Dougs death.Its been a long time since we had contact.I always thought highly of Doug -a fine pastor and humanbeing You have lost a good friend andhusband..Hope you and your family are grieving with joy too-celebrating his special life.Sorry I cant be at the funeral.God bless you dear one. Noel
Dorothy and Duncan Gillies Dear Ena and family, Harvey and Dorothy I am extending condolences to all of you from Frances McCallum (Dorothy ' s sister) and her family. We hope you will be comforted by the love and support of your family and friends at this time. We last saw you at Seasons in Strathroy when we happened to drop by while you folks were visiting Uncle Harvey and Aunt Dorothy. Our thoughts are with you as you celebrate a life well lived. Sincerely. Duncan and Dorothy
Mary-Jane MacKenzie ( Moll)Dear Ena and family I am sorry to hear of the passing of Rev Parker. I have fond memories of being in the rectory with you in Thorndale. I still have a sugar dish and cream pitcher you gave me. Rev Parker was a large presence in the church , a kind and generous man. I remember sitting in your kitchen at lunch with Rev Parker and him talking to me and asking me about myself. I felt so important. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. It is difficult to lose a member of the family because there is a space where they were physically there. Memories though painful at first are the thing that pulls us forward and brings a smile .
Liz BrownDear Mrs. Parker and Family - My husband Randy and I were sorry to learn of Rev. Parker's death. He married us in 1975 at Holy Trinity in Burford, and I know my parents Mel and Shirley Robertson enjoyed and appreciated the friendship of you both. (They have both passed on, Dad in 2001 and Mum in 1997.) We hope his final years were healthy and happy ones. With kindest regards, Liz (nee Robertson) and Randy Brown
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