OBITUARY

Eli Walter Parker

August 7, 2012March 8, 2018

Eli Walter Parker-Little Man

Eli Walter Parker was called to his heavenly home on March 8, 2018. Our beloved angel on earth gained his wings. Eli was born in Bridgeport, Texas on August 7, 2012 and was a miracle and gift of light to his family. Eli was born with the odds against him, but proved he was a warrior from the start. Having been born with Sensenbrenner Syndrome, he was not supposed to live past 1, but graced his family and friends with 5 beautiful years of light and love. Eli didn’t meet a stranger! He was full of spunk and sarcasm. His joyfulness of life and strength gave him the will to face his complications and smile regardless of the rough days. He will forever leave his mark of love in those blessed to have shared with him in his journey. Beloved son, brother, grandson and friend will be dearly missed. “Fly High our Angel your Job is done.” Left to cherish Eli’s memory are his mother, Elizabeth Parker; brother, David Parker; Nana, Phyllis Bachman; Grandparents, Mike and Carol Jones; Aunts, Kathy (John) Thompson, Bekah Brown, and Miranda Beasley, numerous cousins, other relatives, and friends. A Private celebration of life will be held at a later time.

David and Eli loved to spend time together playing with their Legos. In Lieu of flowers the family would appreciate Legos be sent as a gift to David, in honor of the good memories built with his brother. Please address any memorial gifts to Elizabeth Parker, P.O. Box 175, Bowie, TX 76230.

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Bethany Rhoades (Kerr)

March 15, 2018

I don't have any memories with Eli, but I do have some with his mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time, Elizabeth. I am very sorry for you and your family's loss.

Kathleen Smith

March 15, 2018

Eli was such a loving lil man. I loved it when he would come into my work. I could be having a bad day and he would just make me smile and make it a better day with a hug. He showed me that adversity is what you make of it and to just take things one day at a time. Fly high lil man! Knowing you has made me a better person!

Tammie Patterson

March 15, 2018

God speed to this precious warrior never to suffer his disease any further. Send angels of comfort to all his family and friends who suffer his loss, in God's name I pray.

FROM THE FAMILY