Lillian S Parr

April 19, 1918March 10, 2018

Lillian S Parr was born on April 19, 1918 in Frisco City, Alabama and passed away on March 10, 2018 in Mobile, Alabama


  • Samuel Snider, Father
  • Annie Sawyer, Mother
  • James (Helga) Parr, Son


  • Graveside Service Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Lillian S Parr

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Joyce Williams

March 12, 2018

I am so grateful for my Aunt Lillian. She was always a very, very kind and thoughtful Aunt. One special memory of many is her gift of a Mickey Mouse watch when she came to visit me in the hospital. This was in 1941 and I was ten years old. I was the envy of all the sick kids in the Children's Ward and I was on "Cloud Nine." She also remembered us at Christmas with wonderful gifts.

I especially want to send my deepest sympathy to her son, Dick Parr and his wonderful wife, Helga, who loved her so much and took such great, loving care of her as she became bed-ridden. Also, I wish to extend my sympathy to her grandsons and their families in their loss. May our Lord bless and comfort all the loved ones she leaves behind.

Juanita S Smith

March 12, 2018

How good it is to know that Aunt Lillian is in the presence of her beloved Savior and Lord Jesus Christ where she has joy unspeakable and full of glory.

When her brother, Harley, married he chose to legally change the "i" to "y" in his last name but he always honored his family name. I was the first grandchild. When I was born, Aunt Lillian was the youngest of her siblings and only ten years old.

She has always been very special to me because I considered her my second mother. She would walk and carry me as a baby to Prichard First Baptist Church where she would put me in a baby crib in Miss Jones' Sunday School Nursery Department. Later, when I could walk, I would take my little brothers and sisters to the same church. My dear Mama taught all five of her children to pray as soon as we could talk and to love the Lord Jesus. But, Aunt Lil had set me an excellent example to follow all my life.

Aunt Lil was a compassionate, giving Christian lady and my faithful friend. I will miss her but she has left me many good memories to comfort me until we meet again with all our loved ones and dear friends in our Heavenly Home never to part again.
Your loving neice, Juanita Snyder Smith