Lucile Elaine (Berry) Parker

Born: Sun., Jul. 11, 1937
Died: Sat., Jun. 26, 2021


12:00 PM to 2:00 PM, Tue., Jul. 06, 2021
Location: Walker Funeral Home

Funeral Service

2:00 PM Tue., Jul. 06, 2021
Location: Walker Funeral Home

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Lucile Elaine (Berry) Parker, 83, Winchester, IN passed away unexpectedly at her home in Winchester on Saturday June 26, 2021. She was a lifelong resident of Winchester.

She was born July 11, 1937 to the late Browning & Leona Berry in Randolph County. She was a graduate of Lynn High School class of 1955. Lucile then went on to attend college at Ball State University where she received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Teaching. She began teaching at Spartanburg and Lynn and then spent the rest of her teaching career at Winchester Community High School where she retired in 1994 with a combined 35 years of teaching.

Lucile married David Parker December 23, 1961. While her husband was alive they enjoyed multiple motorcycle trips on their Goldwing traveling around the United States. She was an avid WCHS sports fan going to all of the local Winchester Community High School basketball games. She was also an active member of the Compass Methodist Church in Winchester.

Preceding her in death were her parents, husband David L Parker, their infant son Dean Allen Parker, brother Dave Berry, brother in law John Hyre, sister in law Marilyn Turner, nephew John Allen Hyre.

She is survived by her sister Susan Hyre, sister in law Barb Berry, nephews Jeff (Chrissy) Berry, and Jan (Marcia) Keys, nieces Pam (Neil) Costick, Cynthia Acre, and Bonnie (Paul) Eppert, great niece Amanda (Adlai) Chester, nephews Kris Turner, Kelly (Karen) Turner, Kevin (Diana) Turner, Randy (Judy) Keys, and several great nieces and nephews.

Friends and family may gather to celebrate Lucile's life Tues. July 6, 2021 from 12-2 with the service to follow at 2 p.m. with Pastor Jeremy Duncan officiating, at Walker Funeral Home, in Winchester.. Burial will be at Fountain Park Cemetery. Memorial may be made to the Compass Methodist Church of Winchester.

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Bonnie Keys Eppert
   Posted Wed June 30, 2021
Very sorry for your loss. Dave was my uncle, I am Frances Keys’ oldest daughter. I knew Dave very well and got to know Lucy much better through High School. She was my PhysEd teacher and class counselor. I loved their love they had for their dogs. I’m a dog lover too. Our families are rejoicing in Heaven because one more family member has joined them in Blessed Eternity.

wayne hedden
   Posted Wed June 30, 2021
Lucile was a wonderful friend and co-worker. I had the privilege to work along side of her for the first sixteen years of my teaching career at Winchester Community High School. She was a very kind and generous Christian lady. I will always remember and be thankful for her immense help and encouragement while I was a young educator. Everyone should be as fortunate as I was for knowing her and being her friend. The world is a little less better off without her presence. May she rest and rejoice peacefully in our Lord's presence.

Laura Northcutt
   Posted Wed June 30, 2021
How grievous to learn of Lucile's passing. My fond memories are of her as one of my teachers, our class sponsor, and decades-long colleague at the high school. I'll miss her special frienship and unforgettable laughter. God Bless✝️

Jim and Betty Stalcup
   Posted Thu July 01, 2021
We are sorry to hear about Lucille's passing. My spouse and I used to see her at the Winchester Cafe about supper time. She was a regular. Her spouse Dave, was a class ahead of mine at WHS.

Jill Keener
   Posted Thu July 01, 2021
Deepest condolences at the loss of Mrs. Parker. We got to know her outside of school when Dave sponsored my niece at Shriners Hospital. Very kind, caring people. Prayers for strength and peace.

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