of Mount Ousley

Passed away peacefully on Saturday, 4th of September 2021. Beloved husband of the late Joan. Loving father and father-in-law of Robert, Malcolm and Jacquie, Judith and Steve, Gary and Christina. Much loved Pa of Sam, Max, Tom, Stuart, Laura, Damon, and Maya. Roy will be sadly missed by his loving family and many dear friends.

Aged 89 Years
Reunited with Joan.
They are both forever in our hearts.

Due to Covid restrictions, a private family service for Roy will be held on Thursday, 9th of September at 1.30pm. Family and friends are invited to view his service via the following link –

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    My condolences to the family of Mr Parker. He was the Principal of Unanderra Public School in Tannery Street when I was there. He was a great Principal and such a nice person who helped me to get to where I am today. Rest in Peace


  2. A fun uncle our children loved when young and a very hospitable brother-in-law during holiday visits between families. Happy memories from Margaret and Jack (deceased) with Ian, Nicole and Kirrily Moore.

  3. I was a bit in awe of Mr Parker due to his height but always felt the warm welcome of his home, and saw the love he showed to his children. As teenagers we were lucky to be visitors to that lovely home in Mt Ousley full of action and generosity. With love to Judy and all the family

  4. A gentle,very kind and empathic man. RIP Mr Parker.
    Condolences to his family.

  5. Worlds Best Boss at Scone District School . I worked there as the general assistant.

  6. My wonderful much loved Uncle Roy will always hold a special place in my heart. He traveled to Townsville many times to visit my father, Roy’s eldest brother George, and our family. His kind and gentle nature, his humour and integrity, will always be remembered. My love to Robert, Malcolm, Judy and Gary and families.

  7. To my godfather and much loved and respected Uncle Roy, who will be sadly missed. He was at the Sydney docks to welcome my father, Keith, on his return from England at the end of World War 2. I remember fondly the Christmases he and his family spent on Brooklyn, the family property where he and Dad were raised. His teaching service throughout NSW, his devotion to the care of Robert and Joan, and the warmth, empathy and compassion he daily demonstrated to all made him an exceptional human being. My deepest condolence to all his immediate family.

  8. We knew him for a short period of time.
    He touched us with his kindness and sense of humor. We are grateful to have known him, a very special man.
    Ilona & Steve

  9. Wonderful man, wonderful family,
    Thanks for so many good memories, fishing, boating and lots , lots more.
    Binya won’t forget them..

  10. To all the family / I was a Binya kid when Roy and Joan were our teachers / a lot of wonderful memories love Ruth Irvin née Hunt / rip

  11. We share your sadness today and enjoy the memories of Roy’s zest for life and love of his family.

  12. Hi Jennine

    Feel free to reach out to me on
    Easy to remember! (or the other email shown — both will reach me)
    Cousin Don….now resident in locked down Melbourne.

  13. Such wonderful memories of our Uncle Roy. Each one of us loved how we were ‘your favorite niece or nephew ‘ . Everything was so much fun with you around. You’ll be missed. Our love and condolences to all the Parkers from Don, Jean, Helen, Melinda, Anita and David and families.

  14. It was a privilege for us to meet Roy in New York and to see three generations of the Parkers together. We send our condolences to you and your family and wish we lived closer! Love to you from Switzerland

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