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Isabel May Wight-Parker

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Isabel May Wight-Parker

Place of birth: Philadelphia

Religious affiliation: Christian

Isabel was born to Isabel Stewart and Walter Wight in Philadelphia. She left behind 3 children, Susan Rosen-Latham, Gail Parker-Yeats and Richard Parker. She also left behind 2 beautiful Grandchildren, Emily Townsend and Caitlin Townsend. Isabel had two sisters Delores Cadden (deceased) and Naomi Griffin (deceased), she had one brother, Walter (Buddy) Wight(deceased). She left behind many Nieces and Nephews, as well as their children and grandchildren. She adored her family, above all else. She married Richard E Parker (deceased 2004) and lived her life in the NJ and Philadelphia area. She enjoyed her pet dogs, cooking and before she lost use of her hands she was an avid sewer and crocheter. Running her own used furniture business, she dabbled in Antiques and enjoyed decorating her home. She also owned a busy and successful dog grooming business. She battled a few diseases that led her to go home with all of her sisters and her brother, as well as her parents.

Funeral Notice Detail

Friends and Family will meet at Wednesday April 12th for a 10:30 am reception, 11:00 am service. No viewing or burial will be held. After the service family and friends please return for a luncheon that will be held at the Yeats residence. 1136 Talleyrand Rd, West Chester, Pa 19382. The family is requesting donations in lieu of flowers to: Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals (no kill shelter) 328 Upper Gulph Rd Radnor, Pa 19087 You can also submit donations online at francisvalehome.org

A Memorial Service will be held at

Westminster Presbyterian Church

10 W. Pleasant Grove

West Chester , PA 19382

On: Apr 12, 2017

1 Response

  • Susan Rosen On

    Miss you every day Mom. Hope you and Nikki are having a party in heaven. Love Sue

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