Janette L. Parker, 69, Tipton, died peacefully on Thursday, February 16, 2017 in Simpson Memorial Home, West Liberty. Funeral services will be held Saturday, February 18th at 11:00 am with visitation from 10:00 am until service time, First United Church of Christ, Tipton. Burial will follow at Rose Hill Cemetery, Mechanicsville, Iowa. Condolences may be shared at www.fryfuneralhome.com.
Janette was born on January 26, 1948 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and was the daughter of William and Marian Leib Parker. She was a member of the First United Church of Christ in Tipton.
Janette is survived by her sister-in-law, Roberta Parker of Tipton, Iowa; Sister, Nancy (Ernie) Albaugh of Waverly, Iowa; Brother, Gerald Parker of Abilene, TX; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother, William and Jimmy Parker, and sister-in-law, Joan Parker.
RIP YOU SWEET LADY
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. Know that God is aware of the tears you are shedding. (Psalm 56:18) He will soon do what is said at Acts 24:15, which promises us of a resurrection of our loved ones. May that bring you hope. Take comfort in your good memories and allow your family and loving friends to help you through this difficult time
Janette was my first experience as a caregiver in her home. I became to love her as my weekends were spent with her and her housemates. Janette was a precious being and always made me laugh. I looked forward to seeing her and missed her dearly when I moved on to the production area at Crossroads. So many people I've worked with , now and in the past, remember her with great fondness and have shared many great stories of Janette. She certainly left a special place is my heart and I will always feel blessed to have experienced her love of life!! I love you, Janette..God bless..XO Sarah Wenzel
I loved Janette, we shared a lot of time together. Janette enjoyed life and always had a hug and a smile to share! She knew the words to "Grease" and many other movies that we would watch! Heaven truly received an angel!
I remember well all the dances Janette enjoyed at Camp Courageous. She could really shake a mean hip. We will all miss her.
Janette was always so happy and friendly and she loved her "Aunt Jessie"
Janette was a good friend to us as we were growing up on Sycamore Street in Tipton. My sister and I enjoyed visiting Marian, Bill and Janette regularly as we made our way through the neighborhood. Unfortunately, after we moved we didn't do a very good job staying in touch. I have fond memories of the Parker family. My sympathies to her family in their time of loss.
I will always remember you and your laugh. She made me laugh when my mom babysat her. She would imitate my dad smoking cigarettes. Then we move across the street from her and played hide and seek. 😢
I loved Janette so much andIknow ashe loved me. She was the happiest person I have ever met. I am so sorry ashe is gone.
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