|Birth: ||Oct. 19, 1942|
|Death: ||Dec. 27, 2006|
Parker was a true friend. He loved to make people laugh. I do not think he ever met a stranger, nor had an enemy. He was the life of the party, but, he had the uncanny ability to make a person laugh no matter the situation. He loved his family he loved to make them happy and lived for them and his friends. he was a wonderful man a great friend and I will miss him, THROUGHOUT MY LIFETIME.
for 5 years I worked at the same place as Parker did he made the workplace more bearable, he was a material handler and the best, as we were working he would pass us on his forklift and either make a funny comment tell a joke or just yell "what" It is wonderful to know that that he had turned his life over to God . and is now with the Father free from worries or pain.
I lived in Indiana but my husband was from Missouri and we had planned for years to move back to his homeland. We found my husband had cancer 6/o6, I hated to leave my friends but we moved Nov. 2006 On December 27 my husband died in the morning and my friend the same evening almost 500 miles away. Both of their services were on the same day ,needless to say my heart was torn between both places.
This obituary from the Huntington Herald Press
Lewis Parker Mayo, 64, 439 W. McKeever St., Andrews, died at 9:25 p.m. Wednesday (Dec. 27, 2006) at his home.
Mr. Mayo worked in production at the Majestic Company in Huntington for 29 years. He served as the union steward for six years and was a member of Local 204 of the Sheet Metal Workers Union.
He was born Oct. 19, 1942 in Knott County, Ky., to Martin and Angie Bolding Mayo. His mother survives in Knott County, Ky.
Also surviving are a daughter, Tanya Clark, Urbana; two sons, Lewie Mayo and Tommy Mayo, both of Andrews; a sister, Anna Cox, Knott County, Ky.; two brothers, Bill Mayo and Larry Mayo, both of Andrews; and 11 grandchildren.
Thank you for sponsoring my Parker buddy, Judy and Becky that is really angelic. I bet Parker would say "Their Good Girls you should learn from them",then chuckle and blush.
Created by: ME
Record added: Jan 10, 2007
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