11.17.17 Remembering Parker

I’ve had many people reach out about how to make a lasting impact on behalf of Parker. Below is the obituary and I’ve highlighted the family’s wishes pertaining to donations. Kenneth and I️ cannot say “Thank You” enough for the concerns, prayers, love and support you have asked us to share with Kristen and Don’nell through this painful time.

CROWLEY – Parker Trey Greer went home to be with Jesus early Sunday morning, Nov. 12, 2017. His final days were spent surrounded by family and friends that Parker touched in some special way throughout his short, yet very memorable life.

Memorials: In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Acorn Academy. Click the “Donate” button on the website: https://www.acornacademydfw.com or via PayPal: info@acornacademydfw.com

Parker was born on Oct. 21, 2011, at 8:34 p.m. in Fort Worth, Texas to Don’nell Greer and Kristen Lasater. At age 3, he became a big brother to Channing and three years later to Camden. Though he was so young, Parker was an old-soul with maturity and tastes beyond his years, such as eating tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and pickles. He was at the top of his class and a leader to his peers. Parker always had the heart to help, and would constantly make sure his family was on task and sticking to the plan. He also had a silly side. He liked to make up dance moves and tell funny (to some) jokes. He enjoyed being outside at Paw Paw’s farm, playing in the creek, and feeding the cows.

We will always remember his infectious smile, goofy nature, and his joyous spirit.

Survivors: Father, Don’nell; mother, Kristen; brothers, Channing and Camden; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Blake Lasater, George Greer and Melinda Berrien; aunts and uncles; a host of loving and devoted nieces, nephews, cousins and friends as well as his extended family at Fort Worth First Church of the Nazarene.

4 thoughts on “11.17.17 Remembering Parker

  1. I’ll cherish the moments when he would get out of his seat every couple of minutes during the service when sitting with Frank and come run back to me to give me a high five. He was silly and fun loving. He touched so many lives and will be missed by all.

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