Baker City, Oregon
Flora ‘Inelda’ Parker, 82, a longtime Baker City resident, died Dec. 20, 2000, at her daughter’s home.
Her funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Gray’s West & Co. Pioneer Chapel, 1500 Dewey Ave. Pastor Ralph Holcomb of the Baker City Christian Church will officiate. Vault interment will be at Mount Hope Cemetery. Visitations will be Thursday from noon to 8 p.m. at Gray’s West & Co.
Mrs. Parker was born Jan. 19, 1918, at Quitman, Ark. She attended school there. She married William Richard Parker on June 26, 1943. They were married for 46 years.
Mrs. Parker lived in Baker City for 57 years. She loved gardening and had a beautiful lawn and flower garden. She loved to spend time with her children and grandchildren.
She is survived by her son, Joseph Daniel Parker, and his wife, mary, of Mount Vernon, Wash.; her daughter, Eula (Jane) Treanor and her husband, Claude, of Baker City; her stepson, Ronald Parker, and his wife, Sharon, of Pendleton; her sister-in-law, Mae Taylor of Tucumcari, N.M.; her grandchildren, Dustin Parker, Chantz Parker, Rich Treanor, Sheila Hill, Steve Parker, Cindy Clark, Gus Hancock, Laura Reed and Mike Hancock; her great-grandchildren, Shelby and Kristen Hill, Kevin, Rebekah and Mikaylah Treanor, Tyson, Amber and Meranda Clark, Pam, Mandy, Melanie and Rachel; several great-great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins; and a very special ‘adopted’ daughter, Crystal Sadlowsky, her husband, Lee, and their families.
Mrs. Parker was preceded in death by her husband, William Richard Parker, who died Dec. 30, 1988; her parents, Mary Bell Jones and James K. Jones; her brothers, Trawick and Marvin Jones; her sister, Janell Littlefield; her infant brother, Shannon; her stepdaughter, Donna Hancock; and two great-granddaughters, Emily and Katie Hill.
Contributions in Mrs. Parker’s memory may be made to the Pathway Hospice or the American Cancer Society in care of Gray’s West & Co., P.O. Box 726, Baker City, Ore., 97814.
Used with permission from: The Baker City Herald, Baker City, Oregon, December 22, 2000
Transcribed by: Belva Ticknor