, Muskogee, OK


May 16, 2013

Dorothy Mae “Dot” Parker

1951 - 2013

Dorothy “Dot” Parker was born July 1st, 1951 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to William “Sug” and Hazel “Muck” Robinson Bellamy.

She accepted the Lord into her life in 1981, and was added to the body of Christ at the Logan Street Church of Christ. On Friday May 10, 2013, God called her to be with him.

On December 1st, 1977, Dorothy was united in holy matrimony to Mr. Earl Parker, Sr. and to this union were four children. She worked for many years at Luby’s Cafeteria until their closing. After Luby’s closing she worked at Hilldale Elementary School Cafeteria until her call from labor to rest.

The family who went home before her were her parents, three brothers and sisters. One sister-in-law and one brother-in-law and her oldest son, Gregory Parker. The family she leaves to cherish their fond memories of her include her loving husband of the home, Earl Parker Sr., three sons, Earl Nelson (Catherine) Chattanooga, TN, Andre’ and Earl “PJ” Parker, Jr. both of Muskogee, OK, five grandchildren, Erica, Taylor, Chloe, Dreylon and Nadia, three sisters, Catherine Vance, Myrtle Beach, SC, Ruby Williams, (Gilbert), Oklahoma City, OK and Carol Washington, Miami, FL. Three brothers, Major Bellamy, Virginia Beach, VA, Johnny Bellamy and Richard Bellamy (Evelyn), both of Myrtle Beach, SC, three sisters-in-law,  Gerri Clayton (Ollie) Belleville, IL, Alice Millender and Lillian Washington, both of Madison, IL, 2 brothers-in-law, Raynard Parker and Sterling Harrell and mother-in-law, Clementine Parker, all Madison, IL along with several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Homegoing services for “Dot” will be held Saturday, May 18th, 2013, 11 a.m. at West Side Church of God with Minister Dan Readhimer, officiating. She will be laid to rest on Monday, May 20th, 11 a.m. in Ft. Gibson National Cemetery. Visitation hours are today from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m.

Services are under the direction of Ragsdale Funeral Center.


Text Only
AP Video
Crashed Air Algerie Plane Found in Mali Israel Mulls Ceasefire Amid Gaza Offensive In Case of Fire, Oxygen Masks for Pets Mobile App Gives Tour of Battle of Atlanta Sites Anti-violence Advocate Killed, but Not Silenced. Dempsey: Putin May Light Fire and Lose Control Arizona Prison Chief: Execution Wasn't Botched Calif. Police Investigate Peacock Shooting Death Raw: Protesters, Soldiers Clash in West Bank Police: Doctor Who Shot Gunman 'Saved Lives' 'Modern Family' Star on Gay Athletes Coming Out MN Twins Debut Beer Vending Machine DA: Pa. Doctor Fired Back at Hospital Gunman Raw: Iowa Police Dash Cam Shows Wild Chase Obama Seeks Limits on US Company Mergers Abroad Large Family to Share NJ Lottery Winnings U.S. Flights to Israel Resume After Ban Lifted Official: Air Algerie Flight 'probably Crashed' TSA Administrator on Politics and Flight Bans Raw: National Guard Helps Battle WA Wildfires

Should a federal judge have the power to strike down Oklahoma's ban on gay marriage?

     View Results
Featured Ads

Click HERE to read all your Parade favorites including Hollywood Wire, Celebrity interviews and photo galleries, Food recipes and cooking tips, Games and lots more.