OBITUARY

Hill Parks Redwine II

June 11, 1947June 3, 2018

Hill Parks Redwine was born on June 11, 1947 and passed away on June 3, 2018

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, June 12, 2018
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, June 13, 2018
REMEMBERING

Hill Parks Redwine II

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Jennifer Hill

June 13, 2018

His yearly call to me to ask if our winery would be a consolidation point for BC wineries will be missed terribly. His sweet, southern drawl and kind demeanor was so well known to many of us in the BC Wine Industry. My sincerest condolences to the family.

Audrey Allen

June 13, 2018

We were so shocked to learn of Parks' passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with each family member during this time of sadness.

Audrey and James Allen

Betsey Brock

June 11, 2018

A special life taken so soon. You were a special friend to me Parks— memories of days gone by will last forever in my heart. You are now with your beloved Emily, and your parents Dorothea and Hill and Reg. And I wouldn’t be surprised if wine hasn’t already been corked. Raising a glass to you....

..love you always, Betsey Brock

Toto Rosenfeld

June 7, 2018


Parks has been a dear and loyal friend since the day we first met him 40 years ago.
We keep great memories on him and Emily.

Toto & Josy Rosenfeld

Eric Degerman

June 6, 2018

Greetings.
Parks was an important and beloved figure in the Pacific Northwest wine industry, so his passing was significant news. I gathered comments from a few West Coast winemakers and journalists in order to write this tribute to Parks.
Here is a link to our coverage, which is copyrighted, so I am unable to past the complete story per Dignity Memorial guidelines.
http://greatnorthwestwine.com/2018/06/04/parks-redwine-owner-of-northwest-wine-summit-competition-dies-in-atlanta/
Sincerely,
Eric Degerman
President/CEO
GreatNorthwestWine.com
Richland, Wash.

Jeff Garris

June 5, 2018

"Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow." - Unknown Author.

Missing Parks is going to be difficult for us all. Remembering Parks will provide tremendous joy, occasional humor, and certainly some great stories. Let's do what we can to celebrate his contributions to and participation in our lives, to honor his devotion to his family and friends, to recall how he was so frequently first in line to do exactly what he said he was going to do, and to relive how much he genuinely tried to improve every one around himself.

Parks Redwine - Vinum Amicus