Eileen  Parker


70, Johnstown, died July 30, 2019 at Westmont Woods. Born October 29, 1948, in Johnstown, daughter of Robert and Eleanor (Birtle) Moors. Preceded in death by parents; and brother, Robert, Jr. Survived by daughter, Kelly (James Culp); grandson, Mason Culp; and brother, Richard Moors. She was a member of Visitation BVM Catholic Church; Westmont Hilltop Alumni; and Lake Stony Creek Ski Club. She was a retired teacher having taught at OMOS and Visitation schools. Friends received 5-7PM Friday at John Henderson Company Funeral Home, 215 Central Ave. where vigil for the deceased will be held. Funeral mass will be held Saturday at Visitation BVM Church with Father John Slovikovski as celebrant. Committal, St. John Gualbert Cemetery.
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Roberta Moskal
Aug 02, 2019
Written in the Stars was purchased for the family of Eileen Parker by Roberta Moskal.  Send flowers
Iris Fark
Aug 01, 2019
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Donna Pickeral
Aug 01, 2019
Kelly, Jim, Mason and Rick. I am so very sorry to hear of Eileen's passing. The last couple of years Eileen and I have not been in touch with each other...but we used to go to lunch with cousin Linda, Jill, and other friends. She even came to Florida and stayed with me and with Jill. I am praying for you all. She loved you all very much. Mason you were so special to your grandma..I forgot the special German name you called her. Kelly and Rick I'm sure you all have been through a lot these last months. Hope you will be comforted by the many memories of all the good times with your Mom and Rick with your sister. Love Donna Pickeral (Leck)
Hope Slagel
Aug 01, 2019
My deepest condolences to all the family. Eileen was a very special person. I'm proud to have called her my friend. She was taken way too soon.