Mark Rozelle Parrish II

June 15, 1983September 9, 2018

Mark Rozelle Parrish II, 35, of Raleigh, NC passed away at his home.

He was born in Wake Co., NC to Mark and Kathy Parrish on June 15, 1983. He worked at EnviroAir as an air conditioning technician. Mark served his country as a Marine in the Iraqi War.

Mark is survived by his parents; his children, Ean Bradshaw and Adrian Parrish; sister, Marilyn Parrish; brother, Bryan Parrish; grandfather, Don Denning; grandmother, Janet Barbour and his beloved dog, Love.

He is predeceased by his brother, Michael Ryan Parrish; grandmother, Luna Mann; and grandfather, Joseph Mann.

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to any Veteran's organizations dedicated to PTSD and charities helping those with depression.

A graveside service will be held at Pinecrest Memorial Park on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 11am.


  • Mark Parrish, Father
  • Kathy Parrish, Mother
  • Ean Bradshaw, Son
  • Adrian Parrish, Son
  • Marilyn Parrish, Sister
  • Bryan Parrish, Brother
  • Don Denning, Grandfather
  • Janet Barbour, Grandmother
  • Michael Ryan Parrish, Brother
  • Luna Mann, Grandmother
  • Joseph Mann, Grandfather
  • Love ~, Faithful Furry Companion

  • Jason Lawson
  • Tyler Jones
  • Ryan Brown
  • Mack Roberts
  • Zach Lyons
  • David Smith
  • Bryan Parrish
  • Joseph Barbour


  • Graveside Service Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Mark Rozelle Parrish II

have a memory or condolence to add?

Diane howe Howe

September 20, 2018

For someone who was here for such a short time, you were many things to those that knew and loved you. But three things you will never be. ...
Not missed
Ever forgotten
Hope you have found peace and happiness .with love always...

John Sonnenfeld

September 19, 2018

Mark, Kathy, and Family... I am so very sorry for your loss of Mark.

Fortunately, death is only a temporary part of life. Jesus promised us a wonderful resurrection of the dead (John 5:28,29/1 Thessalonians 4:13, 14), so we have the hope of being reunited with our deceased loved ones. In the meantime, even though the pain of loss through death may sometimes seem insurmountable, rest assured that God will give you the strength necessary to endure the coming months (Psalm 46:1).

Please accept my deepest sympathy and sincere condolences…. John