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Hardage-Giddens Rivermead Funeral Home

127 Blanding Blvd, Orange Park, FL

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Sandi Parker

July 19, 1942May 8, 2020
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Mrs. Sandra Joyce Barker Parker, loving wife, mother, Gangy and friend, of Orange Park, FL, passed away on Friday, May8, 2020 at the age of 77. Sandi was born July 19, 1942 to Russell Reed and Anna Griffith Barker, in Damascus, VA. She married her husband of 55 years, Steve on December 19, 1964, where she took on the job as a Navy wife, which she held that title for 22 years, She graduated from Damascus High School and Steed Business College. Sandi is survived by her husband, Steven N. Parker; her daughters, Lynette (Randy) Taliaferro and Anne (Dean) Lambrecht; her grandchildren, Gabrielle Ramos, Lacy Lambrecht, Reese Lane, Griffith Lane and Antonio Ames; her sister Janet Ragan. She is preceded in death by her Mother and Father, her Step Father, Robert Vannoy; grandson, Zachary Lane; brothers Bill Barker and Jackie Barker.

There will be a celebration of Sandi's life on Thursday, May 28, 2020 at Hardage-Giddens Rivermead Funeral Home at 127 Blanding Blvd, Orange Park, FL32068, with Pastor LaRonda Barnes officiating. The family will have a visitation at 10:00 am, and services will follow at 11:00am. Any who would like to attend Sandi's service virtually are invited by copy and pasting either of the following links: https://youtu.be/KsTMUr959gw or https://youtu.be/vTUnyDbZJxE. In lieu of flowers, please donate to your church or favorite charity in her name.

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  • Sandi is survived by her husband, Steven N. Parker; her daughters, Lynette (Randy) Taliaferro and Anne (Dean) Lambrecht; her grandchildren, Gabrielle Ramos, Lacy Lambrecht, Reese Lane, Griffith Lane and Antonio Ames; her sister Janet Ragan. She is preceded in death by her Mother and Father, her Step Father, Robert Vannoy; grandson, Zachary Lane; brothers Bill Barker and Jackie Barker.

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Lisa Blanken

May 20, 2020

So very sorry! Prayers for you Uncle Steve, Lynette, Anne, and all of the grandkids. Love you all!

Thelma Blake

May 15, 2020

Memory/Memories so many we had made together! Difficult to settle on just one, I recall my first flight was from Bristol, Va. to Norfolk, Va with my soon to be husband for a wonderful visit with Sandi and Steve. There were many after that, and I remember the visit to their house in Orange Park, Florida. Each memory seems to lead to another one, Sandi was one of the kindest and most caring individuals I have ever met. May she Rest In Peace forever. Goodbye my sweet half-sister.

Jean Magnuson

May 14, 2020

Sandy,me and the gang were always playing ball. One day she was watching Jackie and just as she swung the bat he ran in front of it and she hit him in the mouth and it bled. We knew we were in trouble because Annie would have a fit. That ended our game for the day. I don't remember what happened with Annie but pretty sure it wasn't pleasant for Sandy.

debbie lowe reed

May 14, 2020

steve and family I am so sorry to hear of sandys passing have kept up with her up and downs thru janet and judy so so sorry but she is at rest and peace may GOD bless and comfort you

Karen Russo

May 14, 2020

I am so fortunate to have met Sandi. Sandi radiated kindness, understanding and compassion and will be sorely missed.

Glenda Beck

May 14, 2020

Lynette, just wanted to tell you how very sorry I am about your mom .May she rest in peace and may you and the family receive comfort from the Lord. Love you.

Patricia Lane

May 14, 2020

My husband and I and our family have been a part of Sandi’s family for a very long time. We have shared many good times and some heartbreaking times. She was and is a part of all of us. We will miss her very much. I know she is with our Zach and giving him a lot of kisses and hugs for all of us. The family has lost a fun and wonderful person and it is a very sad loss. We will see you again Sandi. All our love

Tara Warner

May 14, 2020

Sandi was a second mom and such a huge part of our family. I will always remember our huge family gatherings as a kid at the Parker’s house swimming in the pool and eating. We remained a part of her family even when the links between us broke. I’m happy that my kids new gangy and loved her. Hug our Zach for me Sandi until we meet again, Rest In Peace. Don’t worry about everyone here we will stay together and comfort each other. Love you Gangy!

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