OBITUARY

Thelma Louise Parker

July 6, 1946June 7, 2019
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Thelma Louise Parker, 72, of Houston, Texas, went home to be with the lord on June 7, 2019. She was born in Houston, Texas, on July 6, 1946 to parents Glover and Eloise Seale. Thelma graduated from Sam Houston High School. She was married to the love of her life Robert “Bob” Parker. Thelma worked for Mitchell Energy in The Woodlands, Texas for many years and was always willing to lend a hand. She had a true passion for her family. It indeed was her whole world. She was not only a great loving wife but also a wonderful Mother and Grandmother. She is preceded in death by Son, Chad Parker, Brother, Edward Seale, and parents Glover and Eloise Seale and stepson Chris Parker. She is survived by her loving husband Robert “Bob” Parker, her two daughters Tamara Onofrio and Courtney Ewer. Her loving grandchildren Alexis Baker, Cali Maxwell, Sophia Onofrio, Abby Onofrio, Asa Ewer, Avery Ewer, Charli Ewer, Arellee Parker and Austen Parker also survive her. Funeral arrangements will be held at Earthman Resthaven Funeral Home and Cemetery 13102 North Freeway Houston, Texas 77060 (281)443-0063 on June 12, 2019 at 2:00 P.M. A time of gathering will be held prior to the Funeral Service beginning at 1:00 P.M. until services begin. A Committal Service will take place immediately following the Funeral Service at 3:00P.M. To leave an online condolence to the family, please visit our website at earthmanresthavenfuneralhome.com.

Services

  • Gathering Wednesday, June 12, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, June 12, 2019
  • Committal Service Wednesday, June 12, 2019

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LaVonne Atkinson

June 11, 2019

Bob, Courtney and Tammy,
I'm so sorry for your loss. What a wonderful tribute to Putsy all the wonderful pictures of memories you've shared and it brought back so many memories for me . I remember the Putsy in the evening gown and the one when she was a child and the one with Glover, Eloise, Edward and Putsy.
She was always so beautiful and well liked and had a wonderful personality. Mom and I were with Eloise when she passed away in San Antonio and I remember having to call and have the family to come down. Such a sad time. Hold the wonderful memories you have close to your heart and she will be with you forever!
Love to all. . .

Bill, Carole and Keith Rodger

June 11, 2019

Dearest Bob, Tammy, Courtney and their families,

We are sadden to hear of Putsy passing away. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We know that your many memories of Putsy will comfort you all over time. We have so many memories of beautiful Putsy! I only recently found out about her illness and so sorry that I was unable to visit with her.
We absolutely loved her! I would help Putsy with the Halloween preparations for the children of Shenandoah when we would have it at the park, Putsy had hot Dr Pepper drinks courtesy of Bob, those were the days! Putsy had a daycare and our son Keith was one of the children she took care of when he was too young and before he was old enough to be home alone after school and before I got home from work.
Our son Keith dearly loved her. He was older when precious Chad passed away but it was devastating to everyone in our neighborhood and prayers always continued for the Parker family.
Putsy adored Keith too and always asked about him. Keith and his family are unable to attend the celebration of life for Putsy as they live in Sydney, Australia but he sends love and prayers to all of the Parkers and his sincere condolences and sympathy. May she rest in Peace. Love, Carole and Bill Rodger in Shenandoah, TX and Keith, Blainey and Aliya Rodger in Sydney, Australia.

Dianne Garton

June 10, 2019

Putsy and I were childhood friends . We were in each other's weddings; I was her maid of honor and she was one of my bridesmaids. I have such fond memories of spending nights together and of going to Garner together. I will miss her

Dorothy McCreight

June 10, 2019

Our deepest sympathy to Bob, Tammy and Courtney. I have so many fond memories of our young adulthood, riding to work together and playing 42 for hours. I pray for comfort and strength for the family. ~Dorothy & James

Tracy Reinecke

June 10, 2019

My deepest sympathy goes to you, Bob and all of Putsy’s loved ones. I loved her dearly she was like a second mom to me when I was growing up. I loved her laugh and her love for life, friends and loved ones. Putsy loved her shopping, playing cards and camping, she was always fun to be around. I was her babysitter for children and we always had fun. I will miss you so much Putsy, rest in peace and give Chad a big kiss & hug from me. Till we meet again… love you!

Lola Parker

June 10, 2019

Sending a big hug to Putsy’s family. She was a wonderful person and I’ll never forget the memories we made on the Llano River in Junction and at The Parker Family Reunions. She was always friendly and fun to be around and will be dearly missed.
❤️Lola

Betty Stewart

June 10, 2019

Courtney, Tammy and Bob..
So many things are running thru my mind, but all I can say is how much I loved Putsy, and how thankful I've been all these years for her love and support in return. May God bless all of you and your family with wonderful memories, comfort and peace in the days ahead.
My condolences and love to all of you,
Aunt Betty

Donna Shepherd

June 9, 2019

So very sorry to hear of Putsy’s passing. We had such great times playing Bunko so many years ago in Shenandoah & watching our kids grow up. Our prayers are with you during this time of grief.
Donna Shepherd

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