Judith Lynn Parker

November 12, 1946March 10, 2021

Judith “Judy” L. Parker of Mechanicsville, VA, left this life on Wednesday, March 10, 2021.

Judy was born on November 12, 1946, in Richmond, VA. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert “Bobby” N. Parker III and son Robert “Robby” N. Parker IV. She is survived by her two sons Christopher Scott Parker (Kim) and Derek Andrew Parker (Karen Long); her grandchildren Amanda, Cameron, Emma, Madison, and Eden; her great-grandchildren Brantley and Dawson; her sister Shirley McGee (Stephen); her brother George “Chip” E. Toney Jr. (Linda); her uncle Warren Christian (Janice) and many nieces, nephews, family, and friends.

Judy was a longtime resident of Hanover County and Debary, Florida, who enjoyed cooking, fishing, and family beach vacations. Her family would like to thank the many family members and friends who have reached out with their condolences and offers of assistance.

A private graveside service will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 530 E. Main St., Suite 200, Richmond, Va. 23219.


  • Robert "Bobby" N. Parker III, Husband (deceased)
  • Robert "Robby" N. Parker IV, Son (deceased)
  • Christopher Scott Parker (Kim), Son
  • Derek Andrew Parker (Karen Long), Son
  • Amanda, Cameron, Emma, Madison and Eden, Grandchildren
  • Brantley and Dawson, Great-Grandchildren
  • Shirley McGee (Stephen), Sister
  • George "Chip" E. Toney, Jr. (Linda), Brother
  • Warren Christian (Janice), Uncle
  • Many, Nieces, Nephews, Family and Friends

  • American Diabetes Association


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Nancy and Joe Kuppich

March 22, 2021

Joe, the kids and I will miss seeing Miss Judy! She was a sweet next door neighbor and so very kind to the neighborhood kids.

We were fortunate to spend time with her talking about her boys, her time in Florida, little league baseball and of course fishing.

She has fans with the boys that she invited to fish in our backyards!

Miss you Judy!

Steve Hartley

March 18, 2021

Hey Scotty and Derek, Mom told me about your loss. I am very sorry! Your Mom sure did do a lot for me growing up and for that I am grateful. I know we wore the heck out of her running around the house being little heathens.....or atleast Derek did! hahah
I hope everyone else is doing good and wish nothing but the best for you and your family!

Barbara Cameron

March 18, 2021

I will always remember my fishing trips with Judy. Both Judy and I enjoyed fishing so much. Cameron and Bradley went with us the last time. I couldn’t believe how much food Judy brought. I wish I could have gone fishing more with her.

David Hartley

March 18, 2021

Scott and Derek,
Very sorry for the loss of your mom. All of the Hartleys have fond memories of the Parkers and being neighbors growing up.

Shirley McGee

March 15, 2021

Judy was like a second Mom to Chip & I. She amazed me all of the time when she would stay up all night cleaning before a social gathering at her house and still manage to cook a wonderful meal!

Sure wish she and I had taken more opportunities to go to Nags Head together. Always said we'd go back and just never did for one reason or another. A life lesson we all need to be more aware of, don't put off family time and making memories. None of us can get that time back.

Be at peace now Judy. I love and miss you and will definitely miss talking to you about Dr. Pol.