OBITUARY

Parker Edison Nielsen

December 9, 1928February 12, 2019

Parker E Nielsen, 90, of Annandale Va, passed away on February 12, 2019. He is survived by his wife Roberta S. Nielsen, his four children Carolyn Nielsen Leeds, Parker E. Nielsen, Alan H. Nielsen and Maria Nielsen Wakeman and his eight grandchildren. He is predeceased by his first wife, Josephine Carrubba Nielsen, and his brother Robert D. Nielsen.

A Celebration of Life will be held on March 16, 2019 at National Funeral Home in Falls Church, Va. There will be a reception following immediately after the ceremony. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Mayo Clinic (https://philanthropy.mayoclinic.org/donatemc) or Sloan-Kettering Memorial Hospital (www.mskcc.org). For more information or to send online condolences please visit www.nationalfh-mp.com.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 16, 2019
  • Reception Saturday, March 16, 2019
REMEMBERING

Parker Edison Nielsen

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John Johansen

March 20, 2019

Dear Roberta,

I am so saddened to learn of Parker's passing. He was my favorite colleague at Adams Tate: one that I could always trust, one that I could always look to for wise advice and, as I recall, one who preferred to "lamp" documents rather than read or review them. : ) I always liked that expression and have borrowed it from him many times.

Parker was a great guy. It seems like just yesterday that we were both growing and learning in that business. I'll always remember him fondly and I hope you are managing as well as possible. Please accept my condolences and share them with his children.

Mike Curtin

February 21, 2019

Roberta;
I read, with sadness, in this morning's paper that Parker died a few days ago. Please accept my sincere condolences. A good and decent man, was he. His answers ( and his questions) were always direct & always with a smile. I would have to say that he was one of my very favorite Trust Officers of all time. ( Of course you rank right up there as well. ) Citibank's loss was certainly ASB's gain. That of course was only topped by the "happening" two very special people getting together to share a life for all these years. He was indeed blest to have had you as partner.
We are thinking of you. May the hole that is in your heart by this loss, over time, get smaller.
Mike Curtin