L. George Parker

11/02/1942 - 12/01/2020


Obituary For L. George Parker

February 11, 1942 - January 12, 2020

George passed away in Grande Prairie January 12, 2020

George taught in Grande Prairie for many years; when he retired, he taught one more year in Valleyview and then worked doing renovations. He was an active Masonic Member. In 2006 George met Vivian and they enjoyed attending dances and jamborees. George also enjoyed celebrations with family. After he moved into Grande Prairie, he became more active in the senior community. He played cards at various locations, became the president of the seniors complex he was living in, helped to organize events and get the recycling program going. George was always willing to help anyone.

George is survived by his sister Gail and her children; brother Terry, wife Darlene and their children; his very special friend Vivian and her children; Rod, wife Dorothy, Candis, husband Geoff, Charlane, husband Ron, and her grand children and great grand children. George is also survived by his daughter Tanis, husband Gerry; their children Owen and Aaron; daughter Patty, partner Jason; her children Kevin and Eric; his son Scott, wife Kate; their children Lilly and Diana; good friends Wayne, Ron, Terry, Ray, Jerry and many other friends.

George was predeceased by his wife Helen in 2003.

A Celebration of Life for George will be held on September 5 at 11:00 am at the Grande Prairie and District Golden Age Center, (10222 101 Avenue, Grande Prairie.)

Care entrusted to Bear Creek Funeral Home 780 830 7742


5 Sep


11:00 AM

Grande Prairie and District Golden Age Centre 10222 101 Avenue Grande Prairie, AB T8V 0Y5 Get Directions »
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  • 02/26/2020

    Very sorry to hear of Georage passing He was a very good neighbour for many years on oak dr God bless all your families in your time of sorry Ernie & Fay Beart

  • 02/26/2020

    To Tania, Patty, Scott and families, So sorry about your Dad's passing. Hugs to you all. Mary Sutherland and family

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