Tobias Funeral Home - Far Hills Chapel

5471 Far Hills Ave, Dayton, OH


Parker James Comer

2 March, 200022 June, 2020

COMER, Parker James, age 20 of Kettering passed away on June 22, 2020. He is survived by grandparents, Rick and Suzanne Kohler; father, Matt Comer (Heather Wilson); mother, Robin Comer; grandparents, James and Vicky Zimmerman; uncle and aunt, Adam and Nicole Comer and numerous loving family members. Parker graduated from Fairmont High School and attended Wright State University. A Gathering of Family and Friends will take place on Friday, July 10, 2020 from 11am until 11:30am at Tobias Funeral Home- Far Hills. A Celebration of Parker's Life will be held at 11:30am immediately following the gathering.


  • Gathering of Family and Friends

    Friday, 10 July , 2020

  • Celebration of Parker's Life

    Friday, 10 July , 2020


Parker James Comer

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Leslie Leis Leslie

July 16, 2020

One of the nicest young men I have ever met.! Don’t know what to say! You are in Gods Hands ! You have been Loved By All! Cannot Understand .

Kim Andries

July 9, 2020

Rick - I am so very sorry for your loss. I have no words but will keep you and your family in prayer.

carmen Ernst

June 26, 2020

there’s too many memories to list in the 15 years i knew parker. growing up on oakley with him is one huge memory that i’m forever thankful for. all the halo games we played together, days on the trampoline, basketball, fishing trips at the fraze, how excited he was when robin brought spencer home. i could go on and on. walking with me to the bus stop every morning so i wasn’t alone. got me over my fear of tarantulas. his serious tone but hilarious personality. his support, encouraging words, blunt advice. thank you for being one of the most true friends i’ve ever had. rest easy baby.

Savannah Jones

June 26, 2020

I met Parker at Olive Garden, I remember he always called me Rachel and I didnt have the heart to tell him my name was actually Savannah but when I finally did we laughed about it. He always had a smile on his face and always so helpful.When my weak arms couldn't lift trays he would say " you got this" or offered to carry it for me. You were taken way to early. rip parker.

Jonathan Tinch

June 25, 2020

I worked with Parker at the Kettering Rec Center for around 2 years and have many great memories with him. There were plenty of times we’d be working in the ice arena and just talk for hours to pass the time on slow days. Even after I quit the job, I’d see him at the Rec Center gym just about every time I went. We would always say hey and catch up a little bit.

I really can’t believe he’s gone. Twenty years is far too little time. I hope he is at peace and I will really really miss our conversations and hellos at the gym.