Funeraria Del Angel

4901 Everhart Road, Corpus Christi, TX


Betty Craft Parr

January 5, 1925April 2, 2020

Betty Craft Parr was born in Houston, TX on January 5, 1925 passed away on April 2, 2020 in Corpus Christi, TX. She graduated from Lockhart, TX High School and attended University of Houston. Betty worked at Humble Oil & Refining Company as a secretary. She is preceded in death by her husband Walter L. Parr of Lockhart, TX. She is survived by her sons: Walter L. Parr, Jr. of Corpus Christi, David Christopher (Phyllis) Parr of Corpus Christi; grandchildren: David Parr, Molly Parr both of Houston, TX, Lamoyne (Stephanie) Parr of Shreveport, LA, Channing Parr of Benton, LA, Keanan (Jeffrey) Wiegel of Zachary, LA; great-grandchildren: Brady Wiegel also of Zachary, LA. Graveside Service at Municipal Burial Park Cemetery in Lockhart, TX on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 at 2 p.m. Special Thank you to the attendants on the 2nd floor of Holmgreen Home Health Providers and Kindred Hospice for their excellent care and compassion. May love and peace be with all of you. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be sent to: www.funerariadelangel.com


  • Walter L. Parr, Husband (deceased)
  • Walter L. Parr, Jr. of Corpus Christi, TX, Son
  • David Christopher (Phyllis) Parr of Corpus Christi, TX, Son
  • David Parr of Houston, TX, Grandchild
  • Molly Parr of Houston, TX, Grandchild
  • Lamoyne (Stephanie) Parr of Shreveport, LA, Grandchild
  • Channing Parr Of Benton, LA, Grandchild
  • Keanan (Jeffrey) Wiegel of Zachary, LA, Grandchild
  • Brady Wiegel of Zachary, LA, Great Grandson

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Terri Shely

May 27, 2020

I was Ms Parr'shousekeeper for 15 years she never called me her maid or housekeeper she always called me her friend or her girl Friday and Saturday and Sunday and Monday and all of the rest of the days. She was the sweetest,kindest and most thoughtful person that I think I have ever known. I had to stop working for her due to my own illnesses but I would still visit her until I got really sick and then I had to move to San Antonio otherwise we would have still been seeing each other. I am really going to miss her and I wish I had the chance to have seen her at least one more time. I know that she's with the Lord now and that's where she deserves to be she was a great person and I will forever miss her and she will forever be in my heart. My deepest condolences go to her family. She loved her family more than anything. Family meant more than the world to her. I was very privileged to know her and to be a friend she was the best.

Ana Lara

April 4, 2020

I was just thinking of your mother in January and then I wanted to go and visit her at Holmgreen , but then today I remembered her and found out of her passing. I remember cleaning her house at times when she would call me and we would take coffee breaks and Mrs Parr would tell me how much she enjoyed traveling with Mr Parr . She once told me that they went to the Holy Land , Jerusalem and that I should visit that place one day. I will definitely miss your mother’s kind , compassion, sweet memories as she will be forever missed . May your mom ( Mrs Parr) Rest In Peace with the Lord.


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