Sunny Lane Funeral Home & Cemetery

4000 Se 29th Street, Del City, OK


William Archie Parks

14 July, 19302 January, 2020

William Archie Parks (Bill) past away Thurs, Jan. 2nd at St. Anthony hospital in Oklahoma City, OK. Born in Oklahoma City, July 14, 1930. He was the youngest son of Myrtle Parks. Bill is best remembered as a mobile home contractor in the 1970's and 80's. Known as "Frog", his CB handle. Bill set up many homes around Everett WA, that are still in use today. In the 60's Bill owned a gas station in Wenatchee WA and a motorcycle shop in Arizona. In Bill's younger years he was a nurse in Oklahoma City and spent some time in the US Army at the end of WWII. Just a kid, Bill attended summer school so he could graduate early and enlist before he was 18. Bill returned to his home town in 1997 where he became a long term resident at Shartell Towers and attended Dumas Baptist Church in Oklahoma City. Bill is survived by his wife Judy Hoffman, four sons David, Steven, Ross and Paul as well as many grand and great grandchildren. Services will be held 1pm Fri Jan 10th at Sunny Lane Funeral Home in Del City, OK.


  • Visitation Thursday, 9 January , 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, 10 January , 2020


William Archie Parks

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Gail Petersen

January 11, 2020

I will miss Papa Bill so much, all our phone calls. He was with my Mom (Gert) for many years & they had a great adventures together <3. He was beside my Mom during her illness. Bill & my Mom had lived in many mobile homes, like my Daughter put it, they were like Gypsies :) They would live in one place & then do their magic w/ fixing one place up, selling it & go one to the next adventure.
You'll always be in our hearts Bill <3
I was so happy when he & Judy got married, they took good care of each other & loved each other very much. I'll be keeping in touch w/ Judy for sure. R.I.P. Papa Bill <3<3<3

Summer Parks

January 10, 2020

My grandpa was the most amazing person I'd ever meet and so loving and caring . He was loved more then he could ever imagine find me and my three children eight great-grandchildren it hurts that I didn't get to say goodbye to my hero, the only man that has never hurt me in any way ,the only man that was always there and never walked away, the only man that ever kept his word. my grandpa was the best I know he's in a better place right now and which fact I am kinda jealous . he is up there with my grandma Jackie my big brother and my cousin Stevie I bet he is enjoying it..