Frances Eleanor Parker 86 -Princeton Wednesday, January 31, 1934 – Saturday, February 29, 2020
Frances Eleanor Parker, age 86, of Princeton, IN, passed away on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes IN. She was born on Wednesday, January 31, 1934 in Princeton, IN to Jesse Edwards and Emma (Roberts) Sanders, both of whom precede her in death. Frances was also preceded in death by her first husband Clifford Wiley and daughter Tina Louise Wiley. Also preceding her in death was her subsequent husbands, Paul “Pat” Terry and Don Parker. Her brothers: Lloyd, Ralph and Claude Sanders, sisters: Mary “Margie” Reed and Wilma Hathaway and also one grandchild; Corey Leech.
Frances was an area lifelong resident. She was employed as an assembler at the former Potter and Brumfield which closed in 1994. She then was employed as a nurse’s aid at Gibson General Hospital for twenty years. After retirement she worked at GCARC and McDonalds. Her hobbies consisted of spending time with her family, playing cards and was an avid bingo player at the K of C. She was a former member of the ladies auxiliary at the VFW post #1147, the American Legion Post #25 and the Eagles #361.
She is survived by her son: David Wayne Wiley of Union, IN. Two daughters: Candace Leech of Patoka, IN and Tamara Wiley of Largo, FL; also one sister: Ruby Walburn of Princeton, IN. She is also survived by 8 grandchildren; Angie, Mindy, Rick, Josh, Chad, Nikolas, Braydon and Summer, 12 great grandchildren and 4 great- great grandchildren. She also leaves behind a special friend George Askren of Patoka, IN.
Per Frances’ wishes, cremation will take place with a memorial at a later date. Doyle Funeral Home has the privilege of serving the Parker family. Condolences may be made online at www.doylefuneralhomeprinceton.net or the funeral home Facebook page. For more information contact Doyle Funeral Home at 812-385-4334.src=”https://www.doylefuneralhomeprinceton.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Frances-Parker-pic-191×300.jpg” alt=”” width=”191″ height=”300″ class=”alignnone size-medium wp-image-867″ />