Friday, May 18, 2012
St. Edwards Catholic Church
N2926 State Road 47
Appleton, WI 54913
|Robert (Bob)Buzz Parker
Born December 4, 1934 A broken heart stopped beating May 14, 2012.
Bob was a husband to Margaret
Dad to: Mary Parker, Freedom, Liz (Rick) Kurey, Appleton, Bobby Parker, Appleton, Andy (Corrie) Parker, Seymour, Anne (Adam) Hoff, Appleton.
Papa to: Megan, McKenna, Madison, Nick, Dakota, Josey, Parker, Piper.
Brother to: Leila (Joe) Becher Family (Joe deceased), John (Hazel) Parker Family (John Deceased), Richard (Pam) Parker Family.
Brother-in-law to Francis Hofacker Family (Francis deceased), John Hofacker Family (John deceased), William Hofacker Family (William deceased), Joe Hofacker Family (Joe deceased), Mary (Ed) Hawley (Mary deceased), Ann Hofacker, Catherine (Howard) Belonger Family (Catherine & Howard deceased), Charlotte Belonger, Henry Hofacker Family (Henry deceased), Nick Hofacker Family, Paul Hofacker Family, Tony Hofacker Family.
He was also preceded in death by his parents Rawley and Josephine Parker, and Margarets parents William and Ruth Hofacker; nephew Bud Hofacker, niece Krissy Hofacker, great nephew Thomas Parker, great niece Hope Hofacker.
Funeral services will be held Friday, May 18, 2012 at St Edward Catholic church with visitation from 1-5pm and mass of Christian burial at 5pm. We express our sincere gratitude to Father Mark Vander Steeg, Father Norman Krutzik, Father Charlie Brooks, Father Justin Werner, Father Louis Vermeersch, Deacon Jeff Hofacker and Deacon Ray Ambrosious. Muehl-Boettcher Funeral Home, Seymour, is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be expressed at www.muehlboettcher.com
Besides his family, Bobs greatest joy was spending time at the Brown Cabin in Wabeno, WI, hunting, fishing or just enjoying watching the wildlife from his chair
Thank you to all of the care givers that Bob has had throughout the years, and to all who have kept Bob in their thoughts and prayers. Special thanks to Town of Center First Responders, our local police department, and all of those with us on Monday.
In Lieu of flowers, please give your time to the less fortunate and visit the sick and lonely in our hospitals and nursing homes. This is the greatest gift you can give in Bobs memory.
He was a wonderful Papa and went before all of us to prepare a place so that one day there will be a happy reunion in heaven that will never end.