Doreen Parker

Doreen Violet Parker (Carr)

Wednesday, January 17th, 1923 - Saturday, September 12th, 2020
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Jean Rivers

Posted at 06:22pm
Friendship is a precious gift that cannot be bought or sold.
But its value is much greater than a mountain made of gold. (HRS)
Sorry Doreen that none of us could visit as you sadly struggled these last few days in the hospital. Have a rest and then you can maybe organize a "Knees Up" and enjoy a glass of "Queenie" with some Stilton.
For twelve years we have enjoyed many laughs and good times from singing round the piano to discussing every subject whether it be the U.K., Canadian or U.S. politics, or the the politics of 340, to music, art, food or books. I really enjoyed recalling the various places in England with which we were both familiar, and loved hearing of your experiences before, during, and after WW2, and your life growing up.
Thanks for the friendship and the memories. God Bless.
Jean and Eugene.

Diane Amos

Posted at 10:01am

We will remember Doreen for her love of people, nature and life. Over the years she graced us with her music, her beautiful art, and the importance of eating good homemade meals. Her foodie favorite was shrimp.
There was never a dull conversation with her, as she openly discussed politics, books, and the facts of life. She shared her incredible life journey with so many of us – stories we will never forget. She kept up with the times, and learned to navigate her way on a computer to stay in touch with friends and the world news.
For years Doreen joined us Wednesday nights for summer BBQ’s on the roof top. She has left an indelible mark on all of us. Our condolences to her family.
Forever in our thoughts. Rest in Peace
The Roof Top Gang (Drifters) – Yacht Club Condominium.

Missing in picture are Anne, Glenda, Dan, Barry & Jacqueline


Glenda Harvey

Posted at 10:59am
I used to call Doreen my "little-big sister". She would laugh and ask why. My answer was always the same, "because you always correct me if I'm wrong and agree with me only when you're sure I'm right". I love you and miss you very much.
Karen Pallock

Glenda Harvey

Posted at 10:54am
Doreen was a courageous, intelligent and very creative lady. I often refer to her as my "foodie friend" because we had a common interest in food and what we could create with it. "Food" was usually a part of our conversations during my visits with her. Doreen faced her physical pain with determination and courage to keep living as well as she could, not wanting medications to cloud her mind. Although she's no longer suffering in pain, I miss my time with her and she has left a void in my life.
Glenda Harvey

Patricia Morris

Posted at 11:52am
Doreen was one of a kind..... caring, fun and very talented. We danced, gossiped, laughed and did crafts together for the period we shared 340 Watson Street - good times and bad over tea and a biscuit.
I am forever grateful for the watercolour that hangs in my bedroom and for her tutoring in the art of drying flowers and card making - a hobby that I continue. May she now dance among the stars.
Blair and I offer our condolences to Sandra and the family.

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