Galen John Parker

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    - Gene & Ernestine and the Staff of Whitfield Funeral Home
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Galen John Parker
1948 - 2018
ZEPHYRHILLS, Fla. - Galen John Parker unexpectedly went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018. He was born in Hartland, son of the late John Parker.
He is survived by his mother, Eleanor Parker of St. Albans; his loving wife of 27 years Susan Parker, his brother, Terry Parker and his wife Vicki of St. Albans; his three sons, Todd Parker and his wife Laura of Mercer, Scott Parker and his wife Amy of Clayton, Ga., Peter Parker and his wife Michelle of Norridgewock, two step-daughters, Lisa Austin and her friend Dan of Norridgewock, and Jill Moore and her husband Scott of Anson. Galen is also survived by six grandchildren, Olivia, Lucas, Lily, Nathaniel, Hunter and Mason. Also, several nephews, their spouses and children; and lots of cousins.
Galen served in the Air Force from 1967-1969. He retired from the USPS after 35 years of service. Galen was active in the choir at Cornerstone Baptist Church in Zephyrhills, Fla. He and Susan were "snowbirds" for several years before making Zephyrhills Fla. their home. Galen enjoyed many park activities at Grand Horizons, including billiards, cards, shuffleboard, bingo, dancing, and "egg in the bag" breakfast.
Galen will be sadly missed by his many friends and neighbors.
His remains will be laid to rest in St. Albans. Memorial service to be announced.

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Whitfield Funeral Home
5008 Gall Boulevard
Zephyrhills, FL 33541
(813) 783-9900
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Published in Central Maine on Aug. 11, 2018
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