In addition to this memorial, please visit Corrina's memorial website, which is maintained by her family.
Memorial services for Corrina Jennell Parslow, 18, of Lubbock will be at 2 p.m., Monday, Oct. 3, 2005 in Sanders Memorial Chapel with Reverend J.L. Smith officiating.
Cremation services are under the direction of Sanders Funeral Home.
She died on Sept. 29, 2005.
Corrina was born Jan. 15, 1987 in Albany, N.Y. She moved to Shallowater in 1998, graduated with honors from Shallowater High School in May 2005. She was attending South Plains College and working full time at Michael's Craft Store.
She loved art, photography, music and reading.
Survivors include her parents, Michelle and Scott Drury of Shallowater; grandparents, Judy and Jackie Drury of Shallowater; aunts and uncles, Lee and John Addario of Latham, NY, Kathy and Ed Davis of Watervliet, NY, Nancy and Jeff Teolis of Cape Coral, FL and Karen and Glen Drury of Spring, TX; many loving cousins and many friends.
She was pre-deceased by grandmother, Ida Bender; grandparents, Rocky and Bea Teolis and her father, Clyde Parslow.
She was a shining light in all our lives. Our beloved angel.
Sunday, October 2, 2005
Corrina was a student at Blessed Sacrament School [in Albany] until moving to Shallowater in 1998.
[Additional info from obituary in The Times-Union, Albany, NY, Saturday, October 29, 2005]
College student dies in Hockley County collision
An 18-year-old college student from Shallowater died Thursday morning from injuries suffered during a two-vehicle car accident in Hockley County, Texas Department of Public Safety officials said.
Corrina Jennell Parslow was pronounced dead at the accident scene.
According to the accident report, Parslow was driving a Ford Tempo west on the FM 1294, about nine miles northeast of Levelland, when the car veered into the path of an eastbound tractor-trailer.
The two vehicles collided head-on about 7:20 a.m. Parslow was not wearing a safety belt, DPS said.
The driver of the truck, J.W. Leatherwood, 63, of Levelland suffered a head injury and was taken to University Medical Center.
He was listed in satisfactory condition at the hospital Thursday night, a UMC spokeswoman said.
Friday, September 30, 2005
Clyde F Parslow