Parker, Johnice Ingram


Johnice Ingram Parker of Desoto, Texas passed away on Saturday, May 1, 2021 at the age of 68.

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14 replies on “Parker, Johnice Ingram”

Beverly Steinberg Walker says:

Remembering the early days of fun and laughter. Love you,friend.

Tina Ingram says:

Love you

Lloyd Nash says:

I wii always treasure the time you shared with me. Unforgettable and everlasting love.

Schnell Blanton says:

Missing our laughs and Monday visits. Love you. Always in my heart. Miss you already.

D Owens says:

What a creative, well-known, successful artist Johnice was. Her paintings will live on. May she rest in total peace.

Timothy Seymour Sr. says:

My cousin Johnice, was an inspiration to alll that had crossed her path. If you had met her, you would always walk away a better person. Johnice, May you Rest In Peace.

Tony Bellenger says:

Johnice was my very first client who later became a friend. She was brilliant, creative, classy, warm and funny.

My heartfelt condolences to her family. Johnice you are and shall always be missed!

Vonda Thomas says:

My dear, sweet friend since 1981 – never spoke without ending the conversations saying I love you. Rest in Power Johnice! You Did It a your Way – Painted Past the Pain.

Mi key Washington says:

We had fun back in the day and you most certainly did it your way. Will miss you RIP sweetie

Andrew Brazington says:

You Have been on my Heart And Mind, ESPECIALLY This holiday time of The year… Miss You, LOVE YOU MADLY…

Daryl Campbell says:

“Neicy” you were the big sister I always wanted to have. In the 70’s in Memphis you were the shining star to all. I will miss you, but I’ll cherish our talks.
Love Daryl.

Vonda Thomas says:

Today marks the one year anniversary since you left this earthly place. I often think of you and truly miss you. Sleep on Parker, and know that you were loved by so many.

Dr. Diane R. Miles says:

My dear Johnice, there is not a day that passes that you are not in my mind and heart with prayers. I am still keeping the legacy of your gift as an exceptional artist alive! I miss your complexity, but through it, I learned much about love, sometimes tough love, patience, kindness, humor, authenticity, truth, protection, caring, your vulnerability, and so much more. God sent me to be a TRUE friend to you. I am still here, by God’s amazing grace and mercy! I love you! You are and forever will be my sister/friend! I’ll see you again face-to-face “up yonder” with my other heavenly ancestors! God wills! Peace!🕊️

Adrienne says:

Dearest Johnice, my dear friend from the Memphis Art Academy, in the 50 years since I have never forgotten you or our “oreo cookie”. We made some great art! Love you, will always love your art, with you in prayer and spirit, you go girl! — Meet up with you in heaven. Adrienne

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Uncle Willard & Aunt Val Gean Wiese
We would like to thank you for linking us to the live streaming, so that we could see our Niece Cindy Ivin’s Memorial Service.  Please let her fellow workers know we thank them for their additional support along with her friends that helped her.  Cindy was very special to us. Uncle Willard & Aunt Val Gean Wiese North Dallas Funeral Home 972-241-9100 Don Dodd-Funeral Director