Jayce Allen Parker
March 23, 1992 – April 3, 2021
Our beloved, Jayce Allen Parker, 29, of Colorado Springs joined God on Good Friday, April 2, 2021. Visitation was held from 5:00-8:00 p.m. on Friday, April 9th, at the Chapel of Memories located on 829 Hancock Ave, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80903. Burial memorial service will be held at Glen Abby Cemetery in Bonita (San Diego) California, on Wednesday, April 28th at 1 p.m. Celebration of Life will be held in Virginia on Saturday, May 1st. Jayce was born in San Diego, California March 23, 1992. He went to South County High School in Lorton, Virginia. He married Gina Saffell on February 14, 2019, in Littleton, Colorado. He graduated with honors from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa (Rolltide). Jayce had many accomplishments and achievements in his life that we all often reflected on; he was a very talented athlete in all sports, honor student, leader within his work at the Air Force, and self-taught artist. But, Jayce was never more proud than being a family man and a loving dedicated father to baby Jax - his legacy. He worked for the Air Force as an IT Specialist and Software developer. He recently completed Celebrate Recovery and was so excited to be so connected to our Christ our Lord. Jayce was known for doing flips everywhere he went. He had been a gymnast and tumbler. He actually represented the United States as a tumbler at World Championship in 2005. Jayce is survived by his wife: Gina, parents: Michael and Nora, Sister: Brooke as well as a large loving family. . Jayce is a ray of sunshine and a vibrant spirit. He was always positive and touched the lives of everyone he met. The life of the party, the caring smile on a hard day, a friend in the lonely times. The radiating love he had for his friends and family was infectious. He was the best son, husband, father and friend. Jayce’s spirit, hope and genuine love for life will carry on in all of us. His son will continue to learn of the man his father was, we will fill Jax with the memories of his father so Jayce can live on through him. He has a special way of making people feel like they have known him forever, making friends into family. He will be missed immensely by so many. Te Quiero Mucho, until we meet again
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Jayce Allen Parker
May 9, 2021
Mike and Nora,
I am so sorry to hear of Jayce’s passing. I remember him as this cute little toddler bouncing around the house like a pinball! He grew to be such a fine young man. Our loss is Heaven’s gain. My heart goes out to you and your family.
April 19, 2021
To our firstborn grandchild. Your gone, but will forever be in our hearts. We didn't get to be a huge part of your life, but the part we got to share will be forever remembered. Your last text said- you loved us to the moon, and back. That will be forever remembered by us. I hope we see you when we get there. All our love, Gpa,Gma, Jennifer,Chip,Tia, and all your Iowa family.
April 8, 2021
My sincerest condolences to the family.
April 8, 2021
I knew Jayce as a young talented kid who loved life.
I always remember the kid that was happy to receive a black ninja gee from Japan where ninja was born.
Last time I saw Jayce was after his tumbling meet in Virginia. The smile on his face said it all; his parents was pleased was his and his sister's performance.
Nora n Mike, you are blessed to have given life to Jayce. May he rest in peace.