Pat T. Parks
Pat T. Parks, 83, of Syracuse died at 2:06 pm, on Saturday, April 7,
2018 at Avalon Village Nursing Care, Ligonier after a brief stay. He
was born on September 21, 1934 in Wabash to Patrick J. and
Maude (Christman) Parks; he was raised by his mother and
“Daddy”, Maude and Verlyn Mullett. On December 23, 1954 in
Marion he married Eva "Irene"   Chapman, she died February 8,
2012. Surviving are three daughters, Cindy (David) Cline of
Syracuse, Sally (Joseph) Mink of Ligonier, Patsy Parks-Lantz of
Syracuse; nine grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren, several step
grandchildren & great grandchildren; sister, Edna Ann (Danny)
Manning of Wabash; brother, Micky (Nancy) Mullett of Wabash;
sister-in-law, Mary Kay Howard of Greenwood; many nephews and
nieces. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife; sister, Susie
Mullett; infant great grandson, Kizer Davidson. He was a Korean
Navy War Veteran serving from 1954-1958, a member of the Eagles
Lodge #3760, the VFW of Wolf Lake and the American Legion Post
#223 in Syracuse. He was a self-employed blacksmith, had worked
at Riblet Corporation in Syracuse, in the maintenance department
at Skyline in Goshen and the Maple Leaf Feed Mill in Syracuse. The
family will be announcing a public celebration of life service in the
near future in which military honors will be given.  Burial will be in
Bond Cemetery, Amboy. Memorials may be given to Humane
Society of the donor’s choice or Goshen Home Care & Hospice.  
Online condolences may be offered at millerstewartfuneralhome.

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Patsy, and Sally, Edna Ann and Family, Mick and Family. Sending
thought and prayers for your strength and peace at this time of
your loss.
From: Marianne Miller Poston Briscoe
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So sorry for the loss of Pat, my love and prayers
From: Judy Mullett
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Sincere condolences to the family. May God wrap his arms around
you all to comfort you in this time of sorrow. Love to you all.
From: Juan and Jeannie Gonzales
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My prayers are with us all. This man will be so missed. He has left
us with an amazing foot print that if we can follow, we will make a
difference in so many ways for all. I mostly knew him when I was a
small child but I have forever heard of his adventures in life. What
an amazing loving man.
From: Kathy (Parks) Stroud
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So sorry to hear about your dad. He was a sweet guy!
From: Larry and Margo Christner
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Patsy, Cindy and family. My deepest sympathy to you on the
passing of your father. May your memories give you peace and
comfort during this difficult time. My father passed in January, so I
understand what you are feeling and the profound hole this leaves
in your heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
From: Myra Alexander
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Dear Patsy,
Please accept my sympathy in the passing of your dad.  May you
remember the happy times you had with him!  That's what I do -my
dad has been in Heaven for 11 1/2 years.
I pray for God's peace to find you.
From: Marlene from Dr. Boyts's office in New Paris.