Webb, Parker Charles


Parker Charles Webb passed away in Rowlett, Texas on February 5, 2014.  He was the son of Jim and Earline Webb and was born in Fort Worth, Texas on August 22, 1954.

Parker was a loving husband, brother, uncle and brother in Christ.  He served in the United States Army from 1976 to 1982.  He was the Pastor at Senior Care Pointe Nursing Home in Rowlett, Texas for twenty years.  He was the manager at Amazing Grace Food Pantry Ministry in Wylie, Texas for the past 8 years. He brightened many lives with his walk with God and will forever be loved and missed.

He is survived by his wife, Kay Webb; sister, Patricia Cather and husband, Dan Cather; niece, Cheryl Cather and nephew Michael Webb.

Visitation and services will be held on Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 10:00 am at Lighthouse Missionary Baptist Church, 8000 Miller Road, Rowlett, Texas 75088.

Please send family condolences and sign the guestbook on this webiste.

6 replies on “Webb, Parker Charles”

Josie Estrada says:


Mike and Tammie McAnnally says:

Ms Kay, Family and Friends, Parker was a special person who never met a stranger and always was a friend. It was our pleasure to have served in ministry with Parker and to have called him a brother in Christ. He will be deeply missed. We rejoice for him because he is in heaven with our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus. It was worth the journey down here. May God give you peace and meet every need.

Tamra Lowery says:

Parker, thank you for the many wonderful memories and the friendship we shared. I love and miss you!

Rani says:

My thoughts and prayers are always with you Patsy. This to shall pass and remember, Parker is no longer suffering or in pain. He is finally at peace.

Cindy Rumore says:

I can hear you singing from Heaven. You touched many people lives through your time here on earth. I imagine now you are seeing the fruit of your labor.
Many learned of your passing for the first time yesterday at the pantry. They were in shock. My prayer is that as your memory lives on through the Amazing Grace Food Pantry ministry that people with remember your testimony and will want to have that same relationship with Jesus that you had/have. You are loved by many Parkerman!

Denver Jones says:

I just found out about Parker’s passing and am saddened. I knew and worked with Parker many years ago with SBS in Virginia. Though I had only seen Parker a few times in those years our meetings were pleasant, interesting, and enjoyable. I will miss Parker, he was a good person.

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