Marion
Marion Grace Parker 3/13/25-4/27/11 Beloved daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Marion was a 60+ year resident of Manhattan Beach. She was born to William and Nancy Davidson in Los Angeles. She attended Leuzinger High School, and graduated during World War II going on to work for Northrop Aircraft helping to make planes for the war effort. When her childhood sweetheart, Marshall Parker was discharged from the Navy, they married in 1949. She and Marshall built their house in Manhattan Beach. They raised four children and she was involved with American Martyrs Mother’s Club, Girl Scouts and a “mom” to the neighborhood kids. She loved to travel. She was an avid golfer, and busy a grandmother. Marion is survived by her children, Marylyn (Ron) Wallace, Susan Reese, Martin (Kathy) Parker, Mark (Margot) Parker; Grandchildren Chuck, Michelle, Erin, Billy, Sarah, Alicia, Amy, Alora and 15 great-grandchildren. A viewing will take place at White and Day Mortuary on Sepulveda in Manhattan Beach on Monday, May 2 from 4 to 8pm. The next day, Services will be held at American Martyrs Church at 10am. Followed by graveside services at Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City. Reception at the Family home at 2pm. “Who can find a virtuous women for her price is far above rubies, Her children shall rise up and call her blessed. “

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  1. Dear Parker Family, I am sorry for your loss. May each of you find comfort in knowing that God is “near to those that are broken at heart; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves.” (psalms 34;18)

  2. I will always remember the fun memorable times I have spent in your home! The cool play house, the BBQ, the breakfast table. And many more things that I will hold in my heart. Your sence of humor, and personality. And the snail you gave me! I love to come visit California, but it won’t be the same with out you and uncle chubby there and your home to come to. Thanks for being a part of my life. I love you and will miss you both. God bless you! And Lord bless Mark, Marty, Susie, and Vicky, and all the grandkids!!! AND all of US in the rest of family that will miss her too! Love, Carrie

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